Baek Sok (Hangul = 백기행, Hanja = 白夔行, McCune-Reischauer, Baek Gi-haeng, Romanisation revised of Korean, Paek Kihaeng; Chŏngju, Pyongan LED norte, Chŏngju, Scandinavian Pyongan, July 1st 1912 - ~ January 1995), born Paek Kihaeng (Hangul = 백석, Hanja = 白石 O 白奭, McCune-Reischauer, Baek Seok, Romanisation revised of Korean, Paek Sŏk), poet North-Korean.
He made his beginning with the collection of poems Cerf (사슴, Sasŭm ) in 1936. Then it would publish 50 works of approximately, but not more collections of poems. He liked to use his Pyongan dialect in his works, but the government North-Korean prevented it from being very active.
In South Korea, one banishes the publication of his works by being North-Korean until in 1987 one begins á to publish them and today it is considered that it renewed the Korean Modernisme with his own prospect, use of them his dialect pyongbuk, some archaisms and by basing his works on regional sentimentalism.
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