Known for such vibrant, confrontational poetry collections as Seven Expresses of Mind for Observing Rainfall and Summit Grave, he received the 1988 Korean Poets’ Association Prize as well as the 1991 Kim Suyeong Literary Award, among various other honors. Through the 1960s, he researched English-language education at Chung-Ang College or university in Seoul, South Korea. He released his initial poem, “Blackboard,” in 1970. From the middle-1990s, he going the Korean Lifestyle and Arts Base. A indigenous of Seoul, South Korea, he graduated from Yangjeong SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. He was a modern of Indian poet Dom Moraes.