This article proceeds to delving into any absolute paradigm presiding over the mind of Koreans. Furthermore, their reaction to the paradigm becomes to be another topic. Koreans call the paradigm for `destiny` or `fate.` As a selective case, the Folk Song “Irresistible Remorse in Marriage” becomes a target text. Its related posteriori-reason on the fate is to be expected after poring over the text. The folk song contains a bridegroom`s disappointment in the death of his bride just before a marriage ceremony. His fate had been fixed into a cursed bachelorhood. He has tried to overcome his fate. Nevertheless, he confirmed his irresistible destiny of singleness. In the last section of the song, an abrupt turn of theme occurs as in the cases of the other folk songs. Specifically, the mood of remorse gives a way to that of happiness through surrendering to his own fate.