Cultural capital is recently drawing increasing sociological attention in Korea. This study focuses on Korean youths\' leisure activities and attempts to explain them in terms of syntax and topography of cultural capital in Korea. Using data from the survey on 3449 middle school students in their 2nd grade, or 8th grade, the relationship between types of leisure activities that Korean youths like to participate in and class-related variables is analyzed. Correspondence analysis, an analytical tool of Bourdieu\'s, is employed in the analysis. Results show that relationships between 7 categories of leisure activities mass media-related activity, computer-related activity, culture-related activity, sports-related activity, religion-related activity, and other activity and class variables father\'s occupation, parents‘ level of education, and income are fairly consistent. Youths from the upper stratum are more likely to participate in culture-related leisure activities than others, and those from the middle stratum tend to like mass media-related and computer-related activities. Those from the lower stratum do not have leisure activities particularly associated with them. These findings are consistent with the patterns found in the West. This similarity might be due to the fact that the discourse on cultural capital in Korea has been based largely on detailed catalogue of Western cultural capital. Thus, the current study makes a suggestion to construct a concrete catalogue of Korean cultural capital.