The motivation of this research originates from the response in which 69.1% of Koreans replied that \"there is no newly initiated leisure activities\", of which 13.8% said that \"there is no appropriate place\". It belongs to the structural constraint, the constraint on space.
In this research, the survey of 267 citizens in Seoul city was conducted on the current leisure behavior and desirable leisure space. Based on the survey, the analysis was carried out on what differences turn out according to age, job, gender, marital status and number of children, using T-Test and One-Way ANOVA.
While there is difference in time for leisure participation per hour and in age, there is no considerable disparity in marital status, gender, job and number of children. However, the participatory behavior of leisure shows a different feature depending on gender and marital status, and the desirable leisure space also turns out disparity according to gender and marital status.