The goal of this research is to examine the matter as to how therapeutic spaces influence the recovery of various relationships after the sinking of MV SEWOL as one of the tragic disasters in Korea. After occurring the disaster, the most serious problem was that various relationships, especially, from a perspective of the bereaved families and survivors, were shattered beyond retrieval because of fear, betray, conflict, lack of understanding, accumulated fatigue, etc. Accordingly, about 10 therapeutic spaces have been playing a role as a bridge to consolidate each person, even with oneself, and have been taking the lead in setting the culture of consoling the heartbreak each other. The significant characteristics of the therapeutic spaces can be summarized as follows. First, the bereaved families and survivors find the initiative of their life by restoring the relationship with oneself such as drawing a scenery in the mind, releasing their emotions regardless of other’s eyes and conducting repeated and simple tasks related to obliviousness in the therapeutic spaces. Second, the recovery of the relationship with others was begun from the volunteer’s unconditional devotion and understanding for the bereaved families and survivors. And various cooperation and network among the therapeutic spaces contribute to promoting the understanding an individual bereaved family and a survivor who cannot tell sincerity each other; furthermore, expand to the magnanimity of the weary neighbors because of the situation of the disaster dragged without being resolved. Third, the lurking meaning of the therapeutic spaces such as reciprocity, dedication, understanding, etc. is sublimated into (or is developed into) a healing culture; in addition, the healing culture alerts Koreans to social issues or unfair affairs, for example, remembrance of social crimes or accidents, memory of the victims and participation of candlelight rallies, after the sinking of MV SEWOL and become the basis of power to change Korea into a positive direction.