Drawing Chung Hyun is a sculptor who thinks that drawing is an important part of sculpture, and not as a different genre, and has produced as many drawings as sculptures. He makes sculptures out of drawings, and drawings out of sculptures, as the two are closely interconnected. He uses paper and pencil or other dense material such as tar when making drawings. Most of his drawings until the early 2000 include the human figure or their body parts. The language of drawing is naturally spontaneous because they are executed "at one sitting." Chung's latest drawings show sharp lines where the material itself represents the form. "I sketched on iron plates the yellowish grasses lying on the ground in autumn. First, I scratched out the colored iron panel with an iron bar and a saw, and carried it around in my car. All the marks were gradually oxidized and rusted. In this manner, I finally got images onto the panel." Here, he put the lines and strokes running on the panel in front of the forms. The lines are finished before the act of drawing on the panel. The sharpness of the line marks physically marked exists autonomously in these drawings. The drawing have a certain connection with the language of his sculpture where the materials expose their own presence before becoming forms.