The purpose of this paper is to examine Beloved by Toni Morrison from the viewpoint of post-colonial framework. In the novel, Morrison seeks a way for ex-slaves to regain a free, autonomous self. In so doing, the blacks have to ask themselves, "What do I want to do?" Then their answers would be to recover the status as a human subject the slavery discourse denied. One of the characters, Paul D, with the Emancipation, reclaiming his body, is still in the state of slave of the past, so he needs to liberate himself from the rememory. So, as a catalyst, Beloved enters the narrative and stimulates him to face his repressed past. Thanks to her, making contact with his own rememory, he redescribes his past favoring present life. As a result of it, finding his own desire of making a home with Sethe, he finally achieves the post-colonial self realization. (Chungnam University).