While reflecting the desire for reconstruction at 1950, Jeong, Bi-seok’s A Democratic Race shows a project for ‘another place’ (heterotopia) which discriminated from the corrupted real world. As a counter place against the real, heterotopia is a utopia which exists the real world. The heterotopia in A Democratic Race is Minsaeng Aluminum factory and Moja apartment, which managed by middle-aged men. As a heterotopia for revision which set against the corrupted real, Minsaeng Aluminum factory shows the ideal for the self-supporting economy with rational posting and job morals. Moja apartment which set against the sexual corruption is a heterotopia for crisis in which the moral of patriarch forbids women deviation. These places show feudalism of middle-aged men and emphasize the rule of patriarchy. So the latter half of the novel criticizes the feudalism of middle-aged men and shows the heterotopia for the youth. The heterotopia for the youth in A Democratic Race is a counter place against the real patriarchy because it gets a democratic communication and women subjectivity.