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Lee Yuk sa

Lee Yuk Sa (1904-1944)was one the first generation of Korean modern poets. A member of the of the Korean Liberation Army, he is revered as one of the major resistant poet who wrote during the Japanese colonial period.

He became a poet in his late 20's, coinciding with his political activism. In his short life, he had endured numerous arrest and imprisonment which always included physical torture. Yet, he was able to complete 36 poems, several critical essays on current issues(of literary, politics  social) of his time, one short stories.

His poems attest to his resilience of spirit against hardship and his deep faith in humanity. Lee Yuk Sa is the pen name of Lee Wonrok. His pen name is taken from his prison cell number ”264” which in Korean reads “lee yuk sa.” He died in a Japanese prison in Beijing in 1944, January, 16.

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Lee Yuk sa's poem - Wild plain inspires a pink colored ink. This ink illustrates the vibrant pink color of Maehwa (Chinese plum). Read more
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Lee Yuk sa's poem - Wild plain inspires a pink colored ink. This ink illustrates the vibrant pink color of Maehwa (Chinese plum).
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Lee Yuk sa's poem inspired Dewy Starlight. On a mint blue base ink, gold glitter sparkles like starlight on dew. Read more
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Lee Yuk sa's poem inspired Dewy Starlight. On a mint blue base ink, gold glitter sparkles like starlight on dew.
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Lee Yuk sa's poem inspired "Autumn night after a thousand years". The golden glitter is shown on olive green base color, illustrating shining starlight through leaves of big tree. Read more
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Lee Yuk sa's poem inspired "Autumn night after a thousand years". The golden glitter is shown on olive green base color, illustrating shining starlight through leaves of big tree.
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Lee Yuk sa's poem - "A tiger Beetle" inspires the blue ink "7 colored ocean". The variable depths of the ocean are colored with red, violet, navy blue and blue hues. Read more
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Lee Yuk sa's poem - "A tiger Beetle" inspires the blue ink "7 colored ocean". The variable depths of the ocean are colored with red, violet, navy blue and blue hues.
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Lee Yuk sa's poem inspired "Black dream". Bluish black color shows the dark night with dreamy red lights. Read more
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Black Dream - Wearingeul
Lee Yuk sa's poem inspired "Black dream". Bluish black color shows the dark night with dreamy red lights.
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Lee Yuk sa

Lee Yuk Sa (1904-1944)was one the first generation of Korean modern poets. A member of the of the Korean Liberation Army, he is revered as one of the major resistant poet who wrote during the Japanese colonial period.

He became a poet in his late 20's, coinciding with his political activism. In his short life, he had endured numerous arrest and imprisonment which always included physical torture. Yet, he was able to complete 36 poems, several critical essays on current issues(of literary, politics  social) of his time, one short stories.

His poems attest to his resilience of spirit against hardship and his deep faith in humanity. Lee Yuk Sa is the pen name of Lee Wonrok. His pen name is taken from his prison cell number ”264” which in Korean reads “lee yuk sa.” He died in a Japanese prison in Beijing in 1944, January, 16.