The image of the city became the main theme, and started to play an important rhetoric role in poetic works during the Second World War period in the modern Egyptian poetry. As a result of the war, changes in the Arab world occurred not only in politics, economics, society and history, but also in literature. Korean literature has changed after the Second World War too, but, as much as I know, the city didn`t become the main theme in poetry, the main reason, as I think, is that Arabic poetry followed the steps of the modern western poetry, classic, romantic, realistic, and the free verse, while the modern Korean poetry kept his own view point from one side, and made a successful connection with literature from the whole world, from the other side. In his first anthology "City without heart" Hejazy he has two views of the city. The first was a rejection of the city, and a yearning to return to his village and be with the people there. The second was the development of a compromise with the city. The poet felt real love and through his growing acceptance, he managed to see the good side of the city alongside the bad. The city of Kim Kwang Kyu is wetness for what happened to Korea and Korean society back further more three or four decades, where, for example, pollution and death were everywhere sensed and reported, so his poems offer an impressive selfportrait of a society in which everyone is reduced. The dominant tone of his collection is not a sentimental regret for the past, but a dark satire of the dehumanizing results of those processes which the public authorities often term "modernization". The study will shed light on "City" and the methods employed in the technical literature of the writers. The study comparatively addressed the object lessons found in the meaning of the writers on one hand, while, on the other hand, looked at the main technical characteristics of the poets using analysis models of poetry. Hejazy was one of the first Arab poets talking about the city not only in one poem but in a whole collection, showing its ugly face, seeking for better life that can use the benefits of modernity without losing the great values that people already still have in the country side for example. It is one of the achievements of Kim Kwang Kyu`s poems that they have made many aware of the deeper roots of the frequently criticized attitudes of selfishness and compromise they seem at first sight to characterize the modern urban mentality. He explores in his poems topics that more often the subjects of novels and short stories than of lyric verse. Thus the conclusion of these poems for modern humanity is that it is within the present reality that another, dreamed-of reality of freedom and truth has to be constructed by choice and by struggle.