In this study we have compared differences before and after involvement of the survey results for not only inhabitant’s satisfactory degree of happiness learning targeting 157 trainees who dwell in Kunsan city and Wanju county and took part in the lifelong education program of happiness learning center, but also it’s results, euphoria (a sense of well-being), and self esteem. In this study, the main results of the research are as follows: First, because there is no experience that trainees have ever participated in lifelong education program, or the participative chance was limited to only one time, lifelong learning participation experience was comparatively inactive. Second, the satisfactory degree for lifelong education program of happiness learning center showed up comparatively high, but results for assistance of the professional life was relatively low. Third, As a result that have compared differences of euphoria (the sense of well-being) before and after participation and differences of self-esteem, euphoria and self-esteem after participation was promoted beneficially. Therefore, in this study, we have derived the following 3 suggestive points from this study. First, the emergency measures for extension of the chance of participation should be taken, because the chance to participate is still unsatisfactory in spite of qualitative growth of lifelong education. Second, the overall extensional policy will be able to contribute affirmatively to not only the promoted satisfactory degree for lifelong education of the local inhabitants per a village unit, but also creation of the result of education. Third, continually a lifelong education program of happiness learning center is needed to develop a program that was focused on increasingly euphoria and self-esteem of trainees so as to be specialized in a different way from the other lifelong education program.