The purpose of this article is to approach Kim Soo-young`s poetry and essays in 1960s as a new view beyond the fixed point that lots of studies have decided for the last several years. Most of the studies have concentrated on the historical event 4?19 revolution with Kim`s writing, but those universalized perspectives could not resolve some problems : First, Kim who had reacted to sensitively the incident remarked that writers defected to North Korea even if the situation that people exclaimed ``freedom`` and ``democracy`` at the revolution. The next, the blame toward literary friends interacted just after Liberation age at the 1960s. These problems seem to be insignificant at first sight, but just is the most internal core of Kim`s statements that appeared abruptly. The two problems above mentioned turn up in Kim`s literature as figures of poets Park In-hwan and Im Hwa. What the novel ＜A Volunteer Army＞ represents, Im Hwa is the ``revolutionist`` used to frequently be expressed "leftist poet", and he is the object of identification with Kim at the same time a ``gaze`` made a guilty conscience by failure to the identification with Kim who could not participated in revolution just after Liberation. Cause of the blame is also the guilty conscience that Im`s gaze aroused. His observational gaze that live phantom is a function as self-reflection not only about the revolution just after Liberation, but also the react to the following the Liberation(following the revolution). This reflection by failure of the revolution and ``following revolution`` is called at the ``following revolution`` 4?19 in 1960s. Kim constantly tried to identify himself living 1960s simultaneously following Liberation. And the symptom that revealed by that highly appraising writers defected to North Korea ``conscientious`` himself, and denouncing literary friends including the Park who confused ideologically and could react to anything still remain South like himself. Kim`s problematical remarks in 1960s was a symptom revealed in relation to revolution just after Liberation. His poetry and essays direct that he is constantly aware of Liberation age as the literary coordinate and the historical reference point, not only written rely on the affected passion by the 4?19 revolution.