|The purpose of this study is to examine how the caregiving experience affects the perception of old-age care. Specifically, in this study caregiving is divided into normative caregiving and caregiving for resource exchange to investigate how caregiving motives influence the perception of old-age care. The result shows that caregivers of their parents prefer to reside with their own children in the future more than those who do not care for their parents. Furthermore, caregivers who have the caregiving motive for resource exchange tend to prefer to reside with their children in the future more than caregivers who have the normative caregiving motive. These results suggest that caregiving based on the norm of filial piety has lost its fairness and equity, although it has been the basis of the continuance of the family support system for a long time. Instead, caregiving for the purpose of exchange will be an important influential factor for the future family support system in Korean society. These finding have suggested theoretical implications.