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Ha Seung-Moo (Hangul: 하승무; Hanja: 河承武; RR: Ha Seung-mu, born October 13, 1963) is a Korean poet. He has written several poetry books.[citation needed]

Biography

Ha was born on October 13, 1963 in Sacheon City, Gyeongsangnam-do province, South Korea. Furthering his regular education, a local bookseller sparked an interest that led him to read modern literature and philosophy. In studying philosophy, Ha examined various major religions and his interests turned to western philosophy. Ha was influenced by the works of Sigmund Freud, Carl Gustav Jung, Immanuel Kant, Søren Kierkegaard. Following what he calls a "mystical religious experience" at the end of the 12th grade year, Ha became a Christian.[1][2]

Literary career

Ha began to write poems in The Han-Kyoreh Literature (한겨레문학), a monthly journal. He also wrote a poem Recollections of Homo sapiens (호모사피엔스의 기억) for which he gained recognition.[citation needed] Ha's poetic talents met difficulties to be known to public, because the conflicts of Korean literature society.[citation needed] His poetic work has been admired by writers and poets.[3][4][5]


Works in anthologies and journals

  • Who's Who in Korea (Hangugeul umjigineun inmuldeul, 한국을 움직이는 인물들, 2 vols). Publisher: Chungang Ilbosa (1995)
  • The Southern Poetry (Nambu-eui si: Busan siin sagwajip, 남부의 시: 부산 시인 사화집, 1999). Publisher: Busan Poets' Association (1999)
  • Guerrilla, Vol 3. Publisher: Yeni (1999)
  • Guerrilla, Vol 4. Publisher: Yeni (1999)
  • Australia Korean Literature (Hoju-Hanin Munhak, 호주한인문학). Publisher: The Association of Korean Writers in Australia (2002)
  • Australia Korean Literature (Hoju-Hanin Munhak, 호주한인문학). Publisher: The Association of Korean Writers in Australia (2003)
  • Flowers on the Blue Stem (Ggodi pinda pureun julgie, 꽃이 핀다 푸른 줄기에, 2006).
  • Seihan Gobi (Seihan gobi, 세이한 고비, 2008).
  • Hornbeam Forest (Sosanamu sup, 소사나무 숲, 2011). ISBN 978-89-93433-09-8

References

  1. Poet. Ha Seung-Moo's Site, http://poetofoz.blogspot.com/2011/12/blog-post_2027.html
  2. Hangyŏre Munhak. Publisher: The Han-Kyorerh Literature May 1,1994. pp. 282–290.
  3. Hangyŏre Munhak. Publisher: Hangyŏre Munhaksa (1994).
  4. A daily survey of the Korean literary world for Ha Seung-Moo, BUSAN ILBO(Daily) June 3, 1994.
  5. A daily survey of the Korean literary world for Ha Seung-Moo,Church gospel News(weekly) June 6, 1994.

External links

ko:하승무
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