Japanese I-Novel has been continuing its tradition up to this day since the publication of The Quilt in 1907. And Yu, Miri is considered the most representative contemporary I-Novel author. Korea did not accept I-Novel during the early days of modern times and Ahn, Hoi-nam`s personal novel and Tae-won` psychological novel appeared in the 1930s and Lee, Bong-gu appeared during the postwar period, but failed in creating a sensation. By the 1990s, however, many female authors including Shin, Gyeong-sook and Gong, Ji-young have started to write their autobiographical stories. This thesis made a comparison between Yu, Miri`s Life and Gong, Ji-young`s My Sweet Home from the point of (1)privacy and self-disclosure (2)social factors of works (3)dailiness·confession·individual. First, Yu, Miri`s Life is the story of a woman who loves a family man and bears and rears his child alone, which sticks to the boundary of I-Novel`s tradition of self-disclosure. Meanwhile, Gong, Ji-young`s My Sweet Home is a disgraceful self-disclosure about author`s three divorces, everyday life with three children who have different fathers and battered wife. Life, based on the theme of adultery, continues the tradition of I-Novel. My Sweet Home, however, is a new typed self-disclosure that is hard to find in traditional Korean confession literature. Second one is a social factor. Life tells the story of humble but special family relation continuing the tradition of I-Novel that sociality is excluded. Gong, Ji-young started her literary career with behind-the-scene story literature telling one`s experience as a member of activist group. But My Sweet Home tells about the author`s special family relation excluding sociality. Third, Let`s look into the dailiness·confession·individual. Life is confessing author`s everyday life based on the theme of adultery and unwed mother that were the main subjects of I-Novel. My Sweet Home confesses author`s own privacy about three divorces and children with different family names. In the two works, authors use the names of most characters appearing in the work including author and author`s family without changing. The Life and My Sweet Home are confessing author`s own personal(individual) privacy(dailiness). The reason why the novels similar to I-Novel which were unnoticed in Korea so far became loved after 1990s may be related to the periodic situation. Shin, Seung-yeop says, “As postmodernism insists, the recent trend of novel creation is proper to give an impression that the period of ``the giant epic/discourse’ has closed and the age of disorganization by ``micronarrative`` has come`. The reason why many readers welcome such micronarrative is presumed to be related to the advent of disorganization named postmodernism. Another reason is that the readers in the 1980s were very much interested in the giant epic of social actualities related to the politics, whereas readers in the 1990s are concerned more for micronarrative that sticks to everyday reality. In such historical background, individual confession novels based on the author`s dailiness like Life and My Sweet Home came into the world.