The purpose of this study is to identify differences between leisure motivation, leisure satisfaction and emotional experience according to lifestyle. A total of 382 university students in Jeollabukdo completed a questionnaire survey. The factor structure of leisure motivation shows that it consist of four factors (social-educational, repose, physiological, and intellectual), and leisure satisfaction is consisted of five factors (educational, environmental, physiological, social, and repose). Emotional experience is measured by a response to positive emotion. The results of this study are as follows. There are significant correlations between leisure motivation, leisure satisfaction, and emotional experience, and the correlations between subfactors of leisure motivation and leisure satisfaction and emotional experience are significant. According to lifestyle, differences between leisure motivation, leisure satisfaction, and emotional experience is significant. In this study, subjects was classified into same quality group based on similarity of lifestyle, and in participants of same lifestyle type, the relationships between psychological variables experiencing in leisure activity were systematically identified.