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Pak Tu-jin (also transliterated as Park Dujin) (1916 – September 16, 1998) was a Korean poet. A voluminous writer of nature poetry, he is chiefly notable for the way he made of his subjects symbols of the newly emerging national situation of Korea in the second half of the 20th century.

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