The late 19th century was a new phase in the transformation of "Ya-dam(野譚)". This study inquires into the change of narrative style in the 19th century through comparison between tales in "kum-kye-pil-dam(『錦溪筆談』)" and those of pre-"Kum-kye-pil-dam(『錦溪筆談』)" period. "Kum-kye-pil-dam(『錦溪筆談』)", for the most part, consisted of the tales the editor himself saw and heard. About 30 tales in the book concern "O-u-ya-dam(『於于野譚』)". "Dong-pae-nak-song(『東稗洛誦』)", "Chung-ku-ya-dam(『靑邱野譚』)", "Kye-so-ya-dam(『溪西野譚』)" and so on. However, the connection escapes the general form of literature succession. In the comparison with former tales, those of "Kum-kye-pil-dam(『錦溪筆談』)" have lower degree of concreteness and inner closeness. The author frequently intervene the historical facts, and so de-narrative trend begin to appear. This is a distinctive characteristics from former narrative inclination in "Ya-dam(野譚)" and the short. From time to time, real contexts formed in oral expression are modified in the orientation to the social stability and certain moral value. "Ya-dam(野譚)" settled in the late 19th century does not develop the former narrative style and skill, and declined consequently.