Han Yong-woon pushed for the reform of Korean Buddhism. In 1913, he published the 'Chosun Buddhist Religion Theory' as a guidebook for reform measures and contributed to the modernization and popularization of Buddhism. He signed the Declaration of Independence as one of the representatives of the people and led the ceremony at Taehwagwan in Jongno.
In 1931, he took over the magazine Bulgyo to promote popularization of Buddhism and the Enlightenment movement. In 1926, he collected poems about hope of the people and published a book titled "Your Silence". He embodied his national spirit through many literary works, including poems and novels.
L.L.F reporter Su-Hyeon Heo