The purpose of this study was to compare the differences of leisure participation activities and leisure constraints between Chinese students and Korean students. A random on-site survey was conducted from April 20th to June 20th 2015 and a systematic sampling approach was used to select 630 respondents (300 Chinese students and 330 Korean students) in Korea Paichai University. This study used factor analysis to select 5 constraint factors on recreational activities participation (Psychological, Time, Accessibility, Partner, and facility & Safety). T-test analysis also revealed the significant differences from Chinese students and Korean students on the constraint of recreational activities participation. In the end the insufficiency of this study is put forward and recommendations on the future study are also given.
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