This study analyzed the changes in low-income adults who experienced lifelong learning by using lifelong education vouchers. In order to achieve this goal, adult learners’s essays using lifelong education voucher was explored with focus on. Results were as the followings: First, low-income adults participate in lifelong learning with the hope of escape from negative reality and vague expectations of learning outcomes as a learning motivation. Second, the process of low-income adults participating in lifelong learning is composed of determination and courage to overcome psychological and social conditions caused by poverty. Third, through lifelong education low-income adults have experienced self-esteem in themselves, changes in the member of family, and social participation. The learning motivation and participation process of the learners reflects the situations of low-income adults. On the other hand, it was found that low-income adults experienced changes into ‘active learners’. These results suggest an increasing in lifelong education voucher support, and the need for learning counseling and consulting for low-income adults.