Far-off Saint: Poems of Cho O-hyun
Cho O-hyun, a Buddhist monk and poet, was born in 1932. He became a Buddhist monk in 1958, and started his literacy career in 1966. He has become one of the prominent figures in the literary world and has been awarded several prestigious prizes in Korea. Currently, he is the director of the Paektam Temple in the northeastern part of Korea.
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