The aim of this study is to analyze correlation of sex, class, and nation in Gang Gyeong-ae`s Human Problems. She was one of prominent women writers in 1930s and highly estimated as a realist, for she put into novels from her experiences in poverty under Japanese colonialism. Her novels carried the female characteristics representing contemporary social problems, such as poverty, exploitation, class conflicts, race so on. The novel described the daily problems of the labor and food for the surplus labor of the capitalist exploitation of workers in the 1930s, colonial era. The novel captured the colonial 1930s and delved into the totality of labor in Korea to understand in detail the precise human problems. This work, thus, aimed to explore the hostile relations between the subject and the subordinate as revealed in the structure of Human Problems. Furthermore it tried to find the ways how overcomes the mechanical schemes imposing on colonial Korean subordinate class.