In this study, a total of 17 pieces of Chang, Woo Sung’s literary works were selected to see how he
expressed his a pro-Japanese painter complex through poetry, writings, paintings, and how he overcame it.
These works were divided into early period-literary period, middle period-literary period and late
period-literary period. Key words, core feelings, and content analysis were analyzed by analyzing poetry. In
addition to analyzing the contents, I examined the material and form of literary paintings. The integrated
themes of the early works were “eternity,” “impermanence,” 'integrity,” and “justice”. It was an attempt to
equate the writer with the literary person by entrusting his mind to the material appearing in the work.
The integrated themes of the middle of the works were “empathy,” 'incision,” 'jizo,” and “satire.” There
were figurative expressions about the value of the literary people in the eyes of the world such as human
duty or the three fundamental principles and five moral disciplines in human relations. The integrated
themes of the latter part of the work were “reality satire,” “reality criticism,” and “political criticism.” He
wrote a poetry that was more controversial than reality in the middle works. As I moved from the early to
the late period, I could see that the themes of the works were shifting from the artist himself to society.