This article explores the spatial meaning of the 4·16 Life-Safety Park on how to remember the Sewol ferry and recover the wounds. After examining the proc- ess for the creation of the 4·16 Life-Safety Park, the spatial meaning of the 4·16 Life-Safety Parka space is examined with concept of ‘territorialization of memory, and ‘therapeutic landscaping. First, the 4·16 Life-Safety Park as a memory space not only provides a space for mourning and remembrance to the victims’ families, but also a space for mourning and remembrance for social disasters. Second, it is a space for healing and reconciliation, and a space for territorialization of memories. In addition, it is a space created through the process of conflict and consensus, and is located in a park in the city center and has various possibilities including urban regeneration. Finally, this article offers several suggestions for the 4·16 Life-Safety Park to become a symbolic and practical space that goes be- yond mourning and commemoration for the pain and sorrow caused by social disasters and creates hope for the future toward a society that values safety and life.