This article is focusing on poetries and proses, written by Korean after visiting the shrines of Zhuge Liang(181-234), how the shrines were established, and the present of them. Zhuge Liang was a statesman and a man of resources of the country Shuhan(蜀漢). His trade name is Kongming(孔明), formal name is Wolong(臥龍), and posthumous name is Zhongwu(忠武). Koreans have been known him by texts such as, authorized history of Shanguozi(三國志), Wenxian(文選), Shanguo yanyi(三國演義), and collections of Zhu Xi(朱熹)'s works. At the end of the Chosun Dynasty, folks built shrine Warongmyo(臥龍廟) in Namsan(南山), and shrine Fugundang(府君堂) in Dunjimi(屯芝味), Rongsan(龍山).
二. 민간신앙이 세운 남산 臥龍廟
三. 민간동제를 지내는 普光洞 武候廟