This study aims to uncover the text of internal strategies and social implications as examined in relation to Kang`s poems of the 1980s. This was carried out by focusing on the two poems, Sound collection and Wind song . First, this paper pays attention to the `sounds` and ``songs`` that the poet focuses on, as well as the way in which they are connected to amorphous historical figures as a means of examining the worldview awareness of reality. Second, the fragmentation of subjectivity as a result of the concept of time being overthrown is also considered. The undecidability of time is a resistance against the laws of the country based on a military mentality to control the people. In questioning standardized time, the absurdity of reality is dealt with. On the other hand, through the configuration aspects of the subject, the ``fixed`` subject required by the times is constantly in a hybrid and overlapping relationship with the other. This can be seen as a rejection of the fixed and transparent subject that contemporary reality needs. Finally, over the course of the series, this study attempts to understand the meaning of the (Kang`s) realism literary theory of this period. It is a reaction to contemporary reality through literature and a means of reconciliation through bonding with reality. Nevertheless, it is demonstrated that Kang`s poems of the 1980s, which have been less studied compared to her early poems, were consistent with the poetics of realism, forming a major branch in South Korean poetry.