Jeong Gongchae

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Jeong Gongchae (Korean정공채; Hanja鄭孔采; December 22 1934 - April 30, 2008) was a South Korean contemporary poet.[1]

Biography

Jeong Gongchae was born in Hadong County, South Gyeongsang Province in 1934. He studied Political Science at Yonsei University, and made his literary debut in the magazine Hyundae Munhak with three poems: "Jong-i unda" (종이 운다), "Yeojin" (여진), and "Haneul-gwa adeul" (하늘과 아들).

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  1. ^ 디지털하동문화대전
  2. ^ "Prix littéraires 1960". frwiki.net.
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