The purpose of this paper is to understand the entrance process of the government Gongju Women’s Normal school and the characteristics of Japanese studying in Gongju. In Gongju, which was the largest city in Chungcheong-do, is one of the places that quickly embraced modern things. The Japanese Government-General of Korea established Women’s Normal Schools in major cities across the country for the purpose of fostering female teachers during the war, one of which is Gongju Women’s Normal School. Gongju Women’s Normal School encouraged students from all over the country and Japanese high school graduates to enter Gongju Women’s Normal School in accordance with the government-general’s policy. As a result, Gongju Women’s Normal School gained national popularity as a prestigious school. The reason is that, first, the admission standard for selecting excellent talents at Gongju Women’s Normal School was very high. First, repre-sentative students guaranteed by provincial governors across the country were selected first, and students were gathered again to pass the second test and finally selected for Gongju Women’s Normal School. Second, it was considered that the most suitable person as a female teacher who teaches‘Japanese spirit’ was a Japanese female student. In fact, Gongju Women’s Normal School sent applications for admission to Japanese girls’ high schools to promote student recruitment. As a result, the perception that Gongju is the best place to study abroad has spread to Korea and overseas(Japan and Taiwan). Before the relocation of the Chungnam Provincial Government in 1932, the function of the administrative city was lost and it was recognized very positively in the area where it should become an educational city. Starting with this school, the local community attempted to form an educational city image, and even after liberation, it served as an important factor in forming an educational city image.