If museum exhibitions in the past unilaterally instilled knowledge into visitors, the exhibition in the new museum emphasizes the subjective interpretation of exhibits and themes through active participation of visitors. Now, museums will not convey only one meaning to visitors, but will display it in a way that museums and visitors can create, modify, and share various interpretations together. Even in the selection and interpretation of exhibits, which were the areas of experts, more freedom and authority are given to visitors, aiming for exhibition models different from previous knowledge structures. Visitors-centered museums, which value the experience of visitors and the composition of their meanings as independent learners, require a form of respecting visitors free choice, and the exhibition of archives has recently been highlighted as an exhibition method to accept it. Archive exhibitions are attracting attention as a new methodology for exhibition production that develops from simple sharing and disclosure of archives to deepen visitors understanding in the context of narrative exhibitions. The Encounters Between Korean Art and Literature in the Modern Age (2021.2.4.-5.30) held at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, was an exhibition focusing on the relationship between the artist and the artist during the Japanese colonial period. Although not designed as an archive exhibition as an aesthetic strategy, the special exhibition that has a strong character as an archive exhibition exhibits a vast amount of documentary materials such as letters, drawings, material photographs, and rare books, and duplicated visual materials and videos. In this thesis, it will be discussed that this exhibition as an example of utilizing the characteristics of the archive exhibition, that provide subjective interpretation and experience to visitors and deepen their understanding of the exhibition in the context of narrative exhibitions.