Behavior, Perception and Attitude of Consumers on Korean Wave

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Chaniporn Kaewnern
Natnaree Smith
Atthawet Prougestaporn

Abstract

The purposes of this research aimed 1) to study consumers behavior towards products and using the service about Korean wave. 2) to study consumers attitudes toward Korean wave. 3) to study the perceptions that affected the attitudes of consumers according to the Korean wave. 4) to compare the behavior towards consumption habits according to the Korean wave. The data were collected by questionnaires a tool there was a total of 402 consumers. The data was analyzed by descriptive statistics and One-way ANOVA.


     The results of this research revealed (1) most consumers were female, and aged between 23-25 years old, most of them were students with the bachelor’s degrees as their highest education level. The largest portion of the consumers were single with the monthly income less than 10,000 baht. (2) Consumer behavior towards products and using the service according to the Korean trend, found that the sample was interested in using consumer goods and consume products according to the Korean wave. There were a selection of products according to the Korean wave online, had a budget to bought products souvenir products And entertainment media following the Korean popular trend on average per month 501-1,000 baht with a reason to bought consumer goods and consume according to the Korean wave because of personal satisfaction which consumer products that consumers like to buy according to the Korean trend, the most popular are related to artists and souvenirs, most consumers are aware of the trend of Korean popular from the Internet and online media and people who influence teenagers in consuming products, most are artists, celebrities. (3) The sample group can get to know product information via twitter is the main. (4) Consumer attitudes according to Korean popular trend overall is at a high level, considering in each aspect, it was found that consumers had the attitudes of the clothes at the high level, followed by the cosmetics and technology, respectively. (5) The test of the hypothesis test found that the behavior and perceptions of consumers according to the Korean wave were different the attitudes towards the Korean wave were different with the perceived behavior that affects the attitudes of using the Korean wave differently.

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Kaewnern, C., Smith, N., & Prougestaporn, A. (2020). Behavior, Perception and Attitude of Consumers on Korean Wave . Dusit Thani College Journal, 14(3), 277-294. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/245515
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