Korean era Wang Xizh’s calligraphy books have the largest numbers and the greatest impact. In this paper, I take Korean literatis' inscriptions of Wang Xizhi' calligraphy books as the research object and organize his calligraphy books in terms of the works category. I change the previous practice of just taking inscriptions as the scholars criticized theoretical research evidence, while I start from the inscription to observe the cognition on Wang Xizhi's calligraphy books of Korean literati and literary characteristics of Korean literatis' inscriptions. Out of a kind of “cultural consciousness”, Korean literatis recognized the drawback of Wang Xizhi’s calligraphy books, which is “can not get the true”. Based on this kind of cognition, Korean scholars deeply reflect on its causes and make innovations and efforts in many aspects of theory and practice. According to the Korean literatis’ overall investigation of Wang Xizhi’s calligraphy books, there are three characteristics which include quoting more, poem instead of inscription, and confucian style. I take inscriptions of Wang Xizh’s calligraphy book as an opportunity to observe Korean literatis’ cognition of Wang Xizhi's calligraphy books and characteristics of inscriptions. It is very important significance for studying the characteristics of Korean literatis’ inscriptions and the calligraphy cultural exchange between China and Korea.