Narrative runs through the entire human life. ‘Narrative’ is a means of understanding and experiencing human life. The past, the present and the future are not disconnected. The past is open to the future. The future defines the meaning of the past, and the past rreturn as the horizon of life. Past, present and future temporality functions as a Narrative. Records reproduce the past time as Narrative, and recount the past according to reading behavior. Reality and records complement each other with a cyclic and dialectic structure. This paper examines the relationship between reality and records. This paper applies Paul Ricoeur’s Hermeneutics to records as a tool to examine the relationship between reality and record. We want to look at how records interpret and relates to reality, and how social justice of collective memory should be should be achieved against them.