In order to manage land use in non-urban areas, a method of measuring the degree of disorderly development must first be provided. In this study, the index measuring the spatial distribution of land use and the index measuring the mixing degree of land use were reviewed. Also, as a complementary technique to the existing methodology, the method of comparing and analyzing the characteristics of the surrounding land use of the land where development took place was newly proposed. According to the case analysis of Hwaseong City, the land use diffusion and the mixed measurement index show differences between areas. In particular, a graph that was analyzed in conjunction with Moran’s I, which means the degree of land use diffusion, and LUMI (Land Use Mixture Index) shows that which areas are concerned about disorderly development. The analysis of land use characteristics in the surrounding areas indicated deviations by land use purpose and region. Basically, residential facilities and factories tended to be separated, but Bongdam-eup and Paltan-myeon tended to be adjacent. These areas are relatively more likely to face disorderly development problem. This Analysis methodology will help establish policies for managing non-urban areas, such as development permit criteria or site selection for growth management plan.