The purpose of this paper is to examine the realization of existence and the aspect of life that appeared in Jeonghanmo's early days. First of all, darkness appears in his early days, when darkness allows the poet to experience the innermost experience, which means hope and vitality beyond the passage of time. This situation allowed the poet to confront a war of masculine and destructive power.
Therefore, darkness served as an image that strengthened the poet's vitality.
Many stones come out in the early days. In particular, his stone acts as a driving force that embodies the manifestation of existence. The poet is lonely and anxious due to the experience of war, but he spurs on the realization of existence to overcome this situation. Therefore, ordinary stones are themselves but such stones make them escape the boundaries of human beings. Gradually becoming a stone becomes transcendental beyond the realization of one's own existence.
In the early days erosive imagination emerges when eros act as a solidarity rather than as a simple principle of pleasure. Human beings themselves are in a state of discontinuity, and beyond this sense of isolation or anxiety, the sense of continuity is figuratively present as sexual pleasure. In his poem, Eros goes beyond the question of sex and has continuity and emphasizes solidarity.