Natural beauty and the trace of life are integrated in the stones in Cheju-Do. Their own stonebasic culture in Cheju-Do built and grew up on the megalithic culture fundamental. Thus we could find now the neolithic and palaeolithic relics everywhere in Cheju-Do. Whenever they needed help by themselves or for the neighbors, the people in Cheju-Do organized various kinds of cooperative community system. By the way, people who lived in Cheju-Do tended to reject foreigners or to defend by themselves so strongly. We can recognize that there are more defensive equipments than attack-purposed things in the stone facilities in Cheju-Do. People naturally and fully used stones for constructing buildings and making crafts in ChejuDo. The materials for dairy-life and construction usually were made of stones, and we hardly find any precise plan or the aesthetica l principle in them. They just pick and use the natural stones and touched them a little bit for finishing. They try to keep the factors which come from the nature when they create the stone arts. The architectures and crafts made of stone in Cheju-Do represent a naturalism under the circumstance of using the 'technique of non-technique' and 'plainness' . Besides stones in the field annoying the farmer in the land, adju sted wildnature-environment stones become a useful item for dairy-life and arts in Cheju-Do. Thus there would not be found any colors and decorative motives of stone arts in Cheju-Do. Trying to find the beauty of the formation from the stone arts in Cheju-Do indicates nothing but getting into a habit of looking for artificial elements. Recently the potter in Cheju-Do began to create some ceramic pieces by using the stone-basic clay. The stone-basic culture in Cheju-Do represents the specific natur alism which developed from the most southern and territory far away from the land of Korea.