This article takes into account the cultural similarities and influences between China and Korea. Into this context, it posits the biographical elements of Choi ChiWon based on Choi ChiWon's study in the Tang Dynasty. It examines whether the author of Choi ChiWon borrowed the motif of coupling human and ghost, widely circulates in China. And its relation to two Chinese novels, similar in narrative form and characterization, is analysed. The Chinese Stories of coupling human and ghost, transmitted from the ancient times, are mainly includes in Extensive Records of the Taiping Era, with which Choi ChiWon is comparatively analysed. This attempt is expected to suggest the origin of Choi ChiWon, and subsequently a new opinion about the production of Korean Narrative Literature. Furthermore, it may provide an opportunity to find when the interrelation between the Chinese and Korean Literature began to be formed.