The fish fauna and population Zacco koreanus in the Cheonggye stream after the rehabilitation was investigation from April 2011 to May 2012. The collected species during the survey period were 24 speciesbelonging to three families. Among them, Korean endemic species such as Rhodeus uyekii, Acheilognathus yamatsutae, Acheilognathus gracilis, Squalidus japonicus coreanus and Zacco koreanus were observed in the stations. Dominant species was Zacco platypus (St. 1, 3, 4) and Z. koreanus (St. 2). A total of species of A. gracilis, Hemibarbus longirostris, Gnathopogon strigatus, S. japonicus coreanus, Pseudogobio esocinus, Erythroculter erythropterus, and Tridentiger brevispinis were first observed this study with compared the previous data (2005, 2008). It seems that the introduction species of artificially to the Cheonggye stream were Cyprinus carpio (fancy carp), Carassius auratus (gold fish), Carassius auratus (chinese carp), Zacco temmincki, Z. koreanus and Misgurnus mizolepis. Calculation of the length-weight relationship of Z. koreanus showed the value of constant a as 0.000007 and b as 3.58, and condition factor (K) was 0.82 on average. The frequency analysis of total length indicated that the group 20~80 ㎜in total length is represented by one year-old individuals, the group 90~120 ㎜ by two year-old individuals, and the group over 130 ㎜ by three year-old individuals. It is assessed that stable spawning occurred following the introduction to the Cheonggye stream.