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This thesis compare Yi Sang's poetry with Yim Wha's poetry from the political viewpoint in literature. Until now Yim's poetry was regarded as a radical political poetry, so called the realism, while Yi's poetry was regarded as an extreme non-political poetry. Yim's poetry show us a actuality by means of a dramatic narrative, so called the short epic. The subject(speaker) in Yim's poetry very well knows his own political and historical ‘real'. Therefore we are able to call the subject of certainty or omniscient subject.. But contrary to preconception, 「Soon Yi on the crossing street」, his representative poetry, is not radical poetically. Because of eradication of uncertainty and coincidence. Whereas Yi's poetry show us un obscure real by means of a poetic irony. The subject in Yi's poetry always fall into confusion, what is my own real? What is the called as the unknowing subject or ‘hysterical subject’ from the perspective psychoanalysis. According to the perspective S.Žižek, who appropriates Lacan's insight on social and ideological levels, hysterical subject is related to the real concealed by symbolic order or to the lack and contradiction of the world. Based on such problematics, Žižek understands the moment at which hysterical subject poses question(Che vuoi?) as symptom of the exposure of the fissures in the symbolic order and interprets this as a moment at which ideological fantasy is ruptured. The speaker(poetic subject) in 「Kawoekazeon(街外街傳)」, Yi's poety, is hysterical subject. He poses hysterical question by means of the seeing the lack in his own real. According to this interpretation, Yi's poetry is able to be regarded more radical than Yim's poetry poetically. Then Yi's poetic radicality is radical not only aesthetic but also political.