A cylindrical RDE with a propellant injection cooling system with an injector on the entire wall surface of the combustor has been tested and demonstrated. In this study, in order to search the optimum flow balance between the side and the bottom, the experiment was conducted under a total test condition of 30 g/s, and various balance condition. Under all conditions, a stable single rotating detonation was observed. In the 5.0-second combustion test, the temperature rise in the cooling area stopped and became steady state at a maximum of 850 K. This may be due to the heat exchange and film cooling effect of propellant injection. In addition, the propulsion performance was 94% of the theoretical value calculated assuming that the gas flow reached the speed of sound at the outlet of the combustor. It had been demonstrated that sufficient cooling and propulsion performance can be obtained by injecting 76% from the side wall and 24% from the bottom wall.