This study investigated the effect of wedding planner`s job characteristics on their job attitude and intention to turnover. Based on the review of related literature, several research hypotheses were established and empirically tested. Data were collected from 398 wedding planners in Seoul from June to August 2009. Results of a structural equation analysis showed that some aspects of the respondents` job characteristics(i.e. task significance, autonomy, feedback) significantly influenced their level of job satisfaction. In contrast, other aspects of the respondents` job characteristics(i.e., skill variety and task identity) did not significantly effect their level of job satisfaction. In addition, all the respondents` job characteristics except for the skill variety also significantly influenced on the respondents` level of organization committment and intention to turnover. Finally, the respondents level of job satisfaction, organization commitment negatively affected turnover intention.