Jeju ``Ollegil`` in Jeju Island, South Korea, is well-known as a walking tour destination and considered most preferred among domestic tourists. It is predicted that a total revenues from visitors to Jeju Ollegil will increase from 179.6 billion Korean won in 2010 up to 678.1 billion Korean won in 2015. Considering this large economic impact, visitors` future behavior should be examined. The purpose of this study is to examine the extended theory of planned behavior by adopting the following factors: Attitude, Perceived Behavioral Control, and Subjective Norms as antecedents and Revisit Intention as consequence. and to investigate whether visitor satisfaction plays a moderating role in its relationship. Findings from this study are as follows: First, it is found that there are the significant causal relationships between Attitude, Perceived Behavioral Control, and Subjective Norms and Revisit Intention; Second, that visitor satisfaction has a moderating effect on the relationship between three antecedents and the revisit intention. The theoretical and practical implications are discussed along with imitations of this study and suggestions for future research.