We investigate a domain decomposition method (DDM) of finite element method (FEM) using Intel's many integrated core (MIC) architecture in order to determine the most effective MIC usage. For this, recently introduced high-scalable parallel method of DDM is first introduced with a detailed procedure. Then, the Intel's Xeon Phi MIC architecture is presented to understand how to apply the parallel algorithm into a multicore architecture. The parallel simulation using the Xeon Phi MIC has an advantage that traditional parallel libraries such as the message passing interface (MPI) and the open multiprocessing (OpenMP) can be used without any additional libraries. We demonstrate the DDM using popular libraries for solving linear algebra such as the linear algebra package (LAPACK) or the basic linear algebra subprograms (BLAS). Moreover, both MPI and OpenMP are used for parallel resolutions of the DDM. Finally, numerical parallel efficiencies are validated by a two-dimensional numerical example.