This research aimed to examine the influential relationships among such variables as fun of a party event which is one of intrinsic motivations of party event participants, flow experience felt during participation, leisure satisfaction, life satisfaction. Theoretical foundation was constructed through continuous empirical testing and implications of results were drawn through systematic discussions about correlations. Frequency analysis was conducted in order to understand general characteristics of the sample, and reliability analysis for research measurement tools, and also EFA and CFA for flow validity and discriminant validity. In addition, SEM was conducted for validity and hypothesis testing of the suggested research model. As a result of testing hypothesis, it was revealed that ``social intercourse``, ``interest`` had no significant effect on flow experience, and ``health`` and ``recognition`` had a positive (+) effect. And, it was found out that party event flow experience had a significant positive (+) effect on leisure satisfaction and life satisfaction, and party event leisure satisfaction had no significant effect on life satisfaction.