As Cheongsinjunil alone can not understand Gojug’s poem, Cheongsinjunil’s style and Pung-gyeog of Chungdamsosan are discussed together with Gojug’s Gojug We have shown that the purpose of this paper is to provide a balanced view of Pung-gyeog.
In Gojug’s poem, he argued that the typical adherence to the new Uigyeong’s orientation and typology is characteristic of his work world. In the Gojug’s poem world, the not-right extremes are harmonious and formally firmly adhering to the typology, Uigyeong insists that the pursuit of novelty is characteristic of Gojug’s poem.
Because Gojug is a summary of the record, I analyzed the evaluation of his electrical life, 239 volumes of literary works, and 11 articles, and deduced the cause. Based on these characteristics, we examined the Gojug’s poem world and found out that Cheongsinjunil’s Pung-gyeog stands out in the works of Agbusi series influenced by Minga and Min-yo.
These works follow the rigid form of Geunchesi, claiming that they are creating a new Uigyeong through a unique expression method using various devices, a combination of novel idea and typicality.
Gojug’s poem The works of the Sansusi series, which are the other parts of the world, and the works created by monks and temples with poetic sanctions, show a clear difference from the works of Agbusi series, such as creation technique, poetic emotion, Uigyeong, etc. Moreover, And that the proportion of monks and Buddhist works is much greater.
Therefore, the evaluation of Pung-gyeog of Gojug’s poem requires a more political discussion and raised the problem that it is necessary to discuss it with Pung-gyeog called Chungdamsosan. The works of Sansusi family, monks and Buddhist temple related works showed that they had natural flow and minimized formulas and manuscripts by eliminating intentional composition in the thesis. In addition, the world of work is stubborn and sincere, and it is revealed that the image of degeneration is prominent without the intervening feelings of contemporary scandal, remorse, and resentment.
Gojug’s poem has no sound, no anger, no resentment, no song or passion for hope, and no intention to communicate with the reader or the world through his work. Gojug argued that without any intention, he silently created the Pung-gyeog of Chungdamsosan by justifying the poet’s visible sight. Based on these facts, Gojug’s poem, Choegyeongchang poem’s Pung-gyeog was Cheongsinjunil and Chungdamsosan.