||Sim, Chang-Yong. (2020). Syntactic representation of evidentiality markers. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 28(3), 1-15. Languages like Korean employ evidentiality markers such as Inference kyess-, Sensory -ney/-te-, Reportative -ay, and Quotative ko. These evidentiality markers receive interpretations outside the scope of negation and certain adverbs are associated with a particular evidential marker. In addition, certain evidentiality markers co-occur while other evidential markers exhibit a co-occurrence restriction. In order account for these facts, the current paper proposes a slightly complicated but fine structure of C area with evidentiality markers. Each evidentiality marker occurs on the relevant functional head in the C domain. By positing this fine structure of CP, the facts that evidentiality is out of the scope of negation and the choice of certain adverbs as well as the selectional restrictions between the functional heads can be accounted for.