While COVID-19, which started in December 2019, continues throughout 2020, the terms untact, non-face-to-face, and social distancing have come into everyday life. As a result, many people are suffering from “Corona Blue”, which complains of depression due to stress and anxiety caused by COVID-19, and there is an increasing demand for a natural environment based on forest support for health and healing purposes. With the recent spread of COVID-19, not only the travel pattern is changing to an individual travel trend rather than a group travel, but also the demand for seeking a natural environment based on forest resources is increasing for healing purposes for health. Since the spread of COVID-19 infection, interest in health promotion and healing activities through forests is increasing, so it is necessary to preemptively respond to the changes in the forest therapy paradigm due to the new normal of the world in the post-corona era. For the purpose of this study, this study analyzed the trends related to forest therapy reflecting the new normal after COVID-19 by using data analysis of news search data related to forest therapy and COVID-19. Based on this result, I would like to propose a new paradigm of forest therapy that can satisfy the desire for relief of stress and depression arising from experiencing COVID-19.