In this study, anti-inflammatory activities of Pinus koraiensis leaf, fruit and peel extracts were investigated. Content of total phenolic compounds of each sample in 80% ethanol extracts were maximum concentration as 13.5, 2.7, 2.15 mg/g respectively. But the anti-inflammatory (hyaluronidase inhibition) activity was not high. Anti-inflammatory activity of 80% ethanol extracts with leaf, fruit and peel by various phenolic concentrations were observed as hyaluronidase inhibitory activity of 26∼30% dependently. Also Anti-inflammatory activity of ethanol extracts was higher than that of water extracts. Therefore, the pine cone meal was judged to be able to develop as a functional material with anti-inflammatory activity.