Objectives: The purpose of this study was to derive implications for policy and practice to increase life satisfaction. Methods: Data were analyzed by t-test, ANOVA, correlation analysis, hierarchical regression analysis with SPSS Ver. 18.0 Results: Higher education and economic status, regular exercise, subjective health status, active social participation were factors that increased life satisfaction. On the other hand, old age, smoking, stress, depression, and suicidal ideation were factors that decreased life satisfaction. Among depression, stress, physical health and life satisfaction showed a high correlation, especially it was found that depression had higher correlation with life satisfaction. Conclusion: Life satisfaction can be enhanced further by relieving stress, depression through regular exercise program. To enhance life satisfaction through social health promotion, it is necessary that various community involvement activities according to the needs and characteristics of the community should be established.