This study aims at finding out the character of the agitation in Poetry of North Korea During the Korean war which is from June 25th 1950 to July 27th 1953. After achieving independence from Japan, poets in North Korea starved for the unification between the two Koreas, struggling for the hegemony. In addition, they were willing to get involved in the Korean war. Kim Il-sung also demanded that poets should write inflammatory poetry, mentioning the mobility by poetry which means that poetry can result in take actions. Thus, they tried to create an image of `a hero` through poets. In the early days of the war, North Korean poets attains eminence in being fascinated by `violence`. In particular, hatred against the enemy -American Imperialism- turns into the praise for war machine. By instigating militarism and bellicosity, North Korean poets functions as Ideological State Apparatuses. In this respect, the sentimental aspect of Im Hwa`s poets was criticised aggressively by Ideology of the Future. However, North Korean soldiers longed for `living`. To them, `living` meant literally both physical energy to help them endure hardship and terror of the war and mental energy to go back to their normal lives after war. It means the sentimental aspects of Im Hwa`s poets attacked by critics played an important role not in `propaganda` but in `comforts` to soldiers. Neither South Korea nor North Korea is victorious in the Korean War. There should be only one winner; `war` itself. It could be impossible to heal the war wound through the study of literature. Neverthless, a researcher should continue to remind himself of `positioned subject`, trying to be placed in a different angle. I believe that the effort will lead us to a new subject including I and others.