The purposes of this study were to uncover the relationships and correlations between daily life conflict, family resilience, social support and daily satisfaction. The sample were 184 intermarried Korean men. The data were analyzed by means of frequency, Pearson`s correlation, and multiple regression analysis, using the SPSS. The major findings were as follows; Daily life conflict was negatively correlated with family resilience, social support and daily satisfaction. Additionally, family resilience was positively correlated with social support and daily satisfaction. Second, daily life conflict had a negative influence upon family resilience and daily satisfaction. Family resilience had a mediating effect upon daily life conflict and daily satisfaction perfectly. Third, daily conflict had a negative influence upon social support and daily satisfaction. Social support had a mediating effect upon daily life conflict and daily satisfaction partly. In conclusion, in order to reduce daily life conflict and to improve daily satisfaction it is important to intervene in intermarried Korean men`s family resilience and social support through special education programs and counseling.