The network-type of Japanese CALL contents "Our Daily Life" based on systematic teaching theory of TSACA (The Three-step Auditory Comprehension Approach: Takefuta 1997) was developed and applied to Korean Learners of Japanese. They were given the pre/post tests and the learners' impressions were collected. Divided into the high-ranking group and the low-ranking group with the Japanese Language Proficiency Test, the score and impressions were analyzed. The difference of the scores of the two tests was significant, and the both groups showed a high evaluation for the contents. Moreover, high and low evaluated items of their impressions were closely examined and the features of the contents were made clear.