This study was to examine the structural relationships among the ethical work climate, person-environment fit, organizational conflict, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment. Data were collected from 276 employees of six hotel restaurants in Seoul on March 2009. Results of a structural equation model analysis indicated that ethical work climate made only partial impacts on person-environment fit. It suggested that ethical work climate tended to do not much influence on the employees` person-environment fit yet in the Korean hotel restaurant setting. Results also showed that person-environment fit tended to do not significantly mitigate the organizational conflict of the employees, while it tended to make positive impact on job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Moreover, results did not show a clear mediating effect of organizational conflict in between person-environment fit and job satisfaction. Limitation and future research directions were also discussed.