This study aimed to understand the diversity of individual human beings. By inquiring into participants’ life stories, narrative inquiry methodology was used to understand sexual offenders who agreed to participate in this research among imprisoned ones. The research lasted from August 23, 2016 to October 14, 2016; sessions took place once a week in the consultation room for a total six sessions. This research was analyzed using narrative inquiry methods. In the main themes of this study, Siwon, one of two subjects, finally revealed the following: “he was a lonely child,” “his house is so uncomfortable,” “he had feeling of being a captain,” and “paradoxically, he had a relieved feeling in the prison.” The other subject, Jamin, described that “someone is watching me,” “servant and king relationship,” “feeing not good,” and “a desire to start over.” Then, four types of meaning of experiencing visual journaling in art therapy were identified: “a rolling stone”, “to pay attention to social cues”, “experiencing the exploitation of people,” “stand up again.” Thus, the experience of visual journaling became an opportunity for the sexual offenders to reconstruct the story of their lives and to gain insight into their own problems. I hope that this study can contribute to extending a more comprehensive understanding of sexual offender, and that the sexual offender treatment program for preventing recidivism will be expanded in various ways.