The purpose of this study was to provide basic data for creating ongoing leisure activities and desirable leisure culture for event MCs by investigating the influences of their leisure flow on their leisure satisfaction and social happiness. For that purpose, a survey was taken with 425 event MCs aged 20 or older, who were randomly sampled from the members of event MCs associations with an active work schedule in 16 small- or medium-sized cities and Seoul. After
excluding 23 questionnaires whose responses were not sincere or proper, total 402 were used in final analysis. Collected data were put to exploratory factor analysis, reliability analysis, correlation analysis, and multiple regression analysis with SPSS 18.0. Those research efforts led to the following conclusions: first, event MCs\' leisure flow turned out to have significant impacts on the subfactors of leisure satisfaction such as educational, resting, environmental, physical, and social leisure satisfaction. Second, event MCs\' leisure flow turned out to have
significant effects on the subfactors social happiness such as pleasure, challenging spirit, sense of achievement, joy, and interpersonal relationships. Finally, event MCs\' leisure satisfaction turned out to have significant influences on the subfactors of social happiness such as pleasure, challenging spirit, sense of achievement, health promotion, and interpersonal relationships.