This paper focuses on explaining the poet`s thought by looking at the space symbolism and aesthetic method of Kim Jongsam`s poetry. His poetry was mainly based on aesthetic principles but it was the poet`s inner world and self-consciousness that created various languages and techniques. So this paper tried to investigate the structure of the consciousness of self in the poetic space. In Kim Jongsam`s poetry, space was not just a place that exists in the background of the poetic subject but a noticeable symbol that revealed the consciousness of self. In this paper, attention was paid to two contradictory spatialities: `plain`, ``wilderness`` and ``on the earth``, which were presented as an endless space, and ``cabins``, ``hut``, ``bungalow`` and ``glass greenhouse``, which were spaces where one could reside, located higher up and outside. In the case of the former, space symbolizes a barren desolation, thirst and the shape of pain and anxiety. The space was shown using words such as ``walks``, ``pass`` ``process`` which are represented by that characteristic. On the other hand, the space located in a high up and indoors place symbolizes richness and warmth, and eternity. Especially, words such as ``fence``, ``gate``, ``stairs``, ``corridors`` which are located in the middle of zone, as a borderline of the two contradictory space, present the passages from here to there. It is called a pilgrimage image in the sense that the process of life on the ground is at the same time imagined as a process of passage involving a return to the true home and the divinity. This process of passing itself was focused on in the passage, rather than the ontological transformation. The boundary conditions reveal a longing for a boundary in God beyond a liminal stage.Kim Jongsam was able to generate a prosperous poetic journey through the pilgrimage imagination. It turned guilt, anxiety, and self awareness of solitude into the qualitative passage toward the ultimate and divine.