During the Japanese Invasion, Father Joo Ki-cheol was tortured for his opposition to the shrine of worship. He resisted for the sake of his country and people which made him known as the most symbolic character in Korean Christianity as well as the most renowned martyr. He died in prison at the young age of 47 and the only thing he left behind are the words. Here we introduce the faith and life he lived fighting against the Japanese powers in a realistic and touching story. What is the basis of 'faith' and what is 'belief'?