This study is on the representation of Chosen in the poetry which were written by korean students in Japan in 1910``s. The reason why this study has focused on that representation was that it was specifically shown the substance of lyricism in poets that period. In the era, it was different between the poetry in Japan and in Korea. In Japan, Chosen has been represented in the paradoxical form that was wretched utopia. It was originated in the perspective of them who has internalized the mission of civilization. But in this context, that representation of Chosen was not real but fancy. By the way, the Chosen was not equally represented in poetry that was written in Korea. Realistic conditions of Chosen were extremely desperate for them, who just now returned in Korea. Because they has internalized the perspective of empire. For them, the Chosen was not only the space where the civilization could not come true but where ethnic discrimination was ubiquitous. Thus, they attempted to escape from such hopeless situation by dividing themselves from the same race. But this attempt resulted in the situation that they exiled themselves in Yu-ri(유里). Bulnori, published in 1919 on the first issue of Changjo, one of the most important poem of Ju Yo-han, was a case in point that the students in japan changed the Chosen into a place of exile. In this context, the Korean modern poetry was necessary to overcome such unfavorable conditions. Because if this mental boundary could not be overcome, it may seem impossible to producing desirable poetry. But it was very difficult work.