The aims of this article is to argue that the effect of catharsis through satire and humor in Korean music, Saseolnanongga. This song is a cheerful song of four beats and the representative rap music of Korean traditional music. This song is a folk song that reveals satire and humor such as curse to the person who left me and compassion and self-absorption. The lyrics harmonize with cheerful rhythm and create laughter and the lyrics of the song itself alone cause music therapy. The contents of the lyrics of the song are already refreshing. It means that you will be able to satisfy your surrogacy through the explicit lyrics. In this way, author thinks emotional expression through singing lyrics is an alternative solution. There has been a cathartic element in many twentieth-century approaches to psychological healing. The author thinks developmental criticism leads society to health, and satirical criticism reflects and heals individuals through catharsis.