Is this paper, We propose to examined the relationship between advertising attributes and brand preference, consumer psychological repulsion, and consumer happiness. Due to the infinite competition between the companies, they are experiencing significant difficulties in operation. In this situation, effective advertising is obviously a very important means to overcome the difficulties of operation.
Therefore, in order to maximize the advertising effect, sufficient awareness of the advertisement property and the production and exposure of the advertisement based on it can be very important. As such, the purpose of this study is to verify the effect of indirect advertising appearing on entertainment programs on consumers' preference for brands and their psychological resistance, and to verify the effect of consumers' preference for brands and psychological backlash on consumer happiness. In addition, the exposure pattern of indirect advertisement is intended to verify whether there is a control effect between the nature of the advertisement and the brand preference and psychological backlash.
A total of 209 questionnaires were distributed to consumers who viewed <RUNNING MAN CHINA 2018> program in order to achieve the purpose of this study. For empirical analysis, exploratory factor analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, frequency analysis, reliability analysis, structural equation model, and multimodal simultaneous comparison analysis were performed using SPSS V. 22.0 and AMOS V. 22.0.
The results of the empirical analysis of this study are as follows. First, advertising attributes have a significant effect on brand preference. Second, the hypothesis that advertising attributes have a significant effect on psychological repulsiveness of consumers is partially adopted. Third, brand preference and psychological repulsion have a significant effect on consumer happiness. Fourth, we confirmed the moderating effect of PPL expression form in ad property, brand preference, and psychological repulsion.
Based on these findings, we presented the implications, limitations and future research directions of the study.