It was a question frequently asked that ‘what are the outcomes of lifelong learning?’. To answer this question, theoretical models were suggested until now. But we still have some limitations to understand the landscape of the outcomes. This study investigated the research trends about the outcomes of lifelong learning. For this purpose, 182 articles were collected from 8 Korean Journals from 2006 to 2015. Contents and frequency analysis were performed. The findings were as in the followings: First, the frequency of articles about the outcomes were increased. Second, among the outcomes, satisfaction on program, academic achievement, learning transfer, and organizational effectiveness were the outcomes which were most frequently researched. Third, most frequently researched factors which influenced on the outcomes were the characteristics of program and institution, learning value, SDL, learning organization/organizational learning, and informal learning. Forth, the findings showed change of life, activity in community, quality of life, transformation in viewpoint, economic benefits and income as the outcomes of lifelong learning. Based on the findings, conclusion and implications were discussed.