Um Myeong-Sep(嚴命涉) taught many students through village after school as the late Joseon Dynasty a moralist. He left posthumous works that 『Gyeong Wa sago(敬窩私稿)and Sun San Diary(舜山日記)』. Most of his poems given to students. His poems are a passage consists of seven(七言絶句). The contents of the poems include aspiration for studying abroad, a study of the 'moral mind', and an emphasis the fact that students (first learning) encourage learning is the right attitude to study. He lived in modern times where his sovereignty was lost, his study abroad was destroyed, and the ideology of right and left was confronted. He adjusts one's clothing as a classical scholar, and he did not keep his the ordinance prohibiting topknots. He walked on the path of a modern and contemporary Confucian scholar, seeing with both eyes the reality that study of the 'moral mind' was cut off. He expressed his regret that his world of study of the 'moral mind' disappearing in poems and calmed his anger by teaching the 'love of learning' and beginners.