The 1930s was the age of revolution. Lee KwangSoo broadened his interests from enlightenment to revolution. The product of the process is "Sambongyi's House." "Sambongyi's House" has been regarded as a strong manifestation of nationalism through the limitations of the revolution. But the revolution in this work does not only point to the revolution of socialism.
This work shows the birth of a national revolutionary. Ethnic revolutionaries create revolutionary parties, not communists. In short, Lee Kwangsoo did not deny the revolution. Lee Kwangsoo divided the revolution into radical and moderate revolutions, wary of the former and emphasized moderation as an ideal way of revolution from the latter's point of view.
"Sambongyi's House" is a revolutionary family novel that shows how a family-based Family Community is reborn as a national community. In this revolution, the family is a very important medium that explains the sudden shift to nationalism. Contrary to the socialist's inability to accompany the family, the nationalist makes a revolution with the family. In short, "Sambongyi's House" can be reinterpreted as a work that shows a revolutionary Family Community.