`Ideologic subjects` in Hwang Seok-young`s novels are playing roles as subjects who accept ideology or reveal the terror of ideology. However, Hwang Seok-young`s point of view to `ideologic subject` is changing from accepting ideologic subject in 「The Other Land」 to `post-ideologic subject` in 『Jang Gil San』, 『Very Old Garden』 and 『Guest』. This means that his view of the world is changing from modernity to post-ideology. Also `ideologic subjects` in Hwang Seok-young`s novels are changing `modernity` to `post-modernity`. However, tension between reality and Hwang Seok-young`s novels still remain beside of changing his point of view. For that reason, his works are adding property of Korean literature since 1960-1970. Dong-hyuk in 「The Other Land」, Ma Gam-dong and Unbu in 『Jang Gil San』, and Pammin in 『Shadow of Arms』are showing `critical ideologic subject`. On the other hand, John, Sang-ho, Sun-nam and Ichiro in 『Guest』 are showing `accepting ideologic subject`. `Post ideologic subjects` in Hwang Seok-young`s novels such as Jang Gil-san in 『Jang Gil San』, Oh hyoun-woo, Han Youn-hee and Lee Hee-su in 『Very Old Garden』 and uncle Some, Ryu Yo-sub, and ghost in 『Guest』are trying to overcome `ideologic subject`. In that reason, Hwang Seok-young`s novels are searching new theme of ideology by changing from `ideologic subject` to `post-ideologic subject`.