This writing began by looking into the whole Korean society, in particular,Korean churches, that lost sympathy with pain, suffering from the tragedy ofSewol Ferry Disaster on April 16, 2014. The Author would like to find God whois looking at the tragedy of humanity, feeling like the theologians who shouted,“Is Theology possible after a holocaust?”For this purpose, the Author introduced the theology of Kitamori Kajo whoshe delighted on God's suffering and attempted to reveal that, eventually, itwould be the narrative of pain from which Jesus Christ suffered if Christianity hadsomething truly worthy. In the process, the Author focused on the argument ofSusan Sontag, who was concerned about the limit of sympathy, and that ofMartha C. Nussbaum, who proposed the importance of narrative through Greektragedies and novels.
Also, as one way to overcome the limit the Western tragedies and novels mayhave, narrative ethics of Stanley Hauerwas, who proposed narrative of pain in theHoly Bible, that is, the pain of Jesus Christ.
This study is a small attempt to propose a way on which the Korean churchshould go now and here, where Christian narrative that originated from God'ssuffering which meets with sufferers’ narratives.