||Lee, Yeunwoo and Park, Kiseong. (2016). The Study of Humor Text Based on Textuality. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 24(3), 207-222. On the basis of the assumption that humor text is a highly context-dependent with reference to the fact that there may be used in linguistic research certain standards of textuality. The purpose of this paper is to explore how the set of standards of textuality is related to humor text. These standards include: cohesion, coherence, intentionality, accepatability, informativity, situationality, and intextuality. This paper shows that the standards can be corresponded to Grice's maxims, and argues that the standards of textuality can be the sub-category of maxims. As a pilot study, we have analyzed some segments of English humor text. The object of this paper are 1) to investigate how the standards of textuality can be arranged as the sub-category of maxims, 2) to examine the correspondence aspects of textuality and maxims, and 3) to argue that humor texts are considered as the texts which have chains of violate certain standards.