The book Partizan, written by Yoo, Gi-soo, is a long novel which described reflectively the situation of Korean war and new colonization through partizans who had been worked around Jirisan mountain. As diasporas those partizans had been connected with the unconverted long-term political prisoners and the victims of the guilt-by-association system. Jirisan mountain is a site of trace, where partizans fought against a punitive expedition. And it is a buried place of partizans who struggled for homeland unification. The writer, Yoo Gi-soo wrote this novel through oral histories of the executives of partizans. He thought that the right path to a unified nation relied on remembering partizans. Therefore, Partizan could be called a kind of counter narratives, because it pushed to inspect a collective memory which was distorted and suppressed by the state or the people in power for maintaining regime.