This article is focused on the background in which women who were victims of the war were unable to become a “speaking subject” in relation to their damage. In contrast to the testimony of men, women are still silent to their past affairs in the deep abyss despite the effort of Korean government to investigate them. Deep trauma may be a main cause. In order to heal such a powerful and deadly trauma, a process of looking into the roots and breaking the silence is required. Research on the damage suffered by women during the Korean War could be the first step towards this. Therefore, this article takes a critical ap- proach to the Korean Protestants’ victim discourse on the Korean War, and re- veals the silent cartel that blocks the testimony of women, a victim of the battlefield.