The purpose of this study is to propose a plan to revitalize lifelong education for the sustainable development of autonomous regions through the understanding perception of lifelong education and educational needs of adult learners. For this,the survey was conducted on 2,000 adult learners living in three autonomous regions of A district. The results are as follows: First, lifelong education perception has significant differences in participation purpose, main beneficiaries,environmental satisfaction and the way of information acquisition. Second, it is found that there is also a significant difference between the current implementation and the future importance of adult education programs in the three autonomous regions of A district, and the needs for lifelong education programs are different. Third, we derived plans to revitalize lifelong education of autonomous regions by combining analysis of existing data, awareness of lifelong education by three autonomous regions in A city, and analysis of educational needs. The results of this study are expected to be utilized as the basis for revitalizing lifelong education for the purpose of sustainable development of autonomous regions.