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Satisfaction of Foodservice in High School Boarding Students in Busan
Yun, Na Yeong; Choi, Hee Sun; Lyu, Eun Soon;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate foodservice satisfaction in high school boarding students in Busan. To achieve the research objectives, a questionnaire was distributed to 357 students at four high schools in Busan. From the results, 83.8% of students ate breakfast every day, and more female students ate breakfast daily compared to male students (P<0.05). However, 53.2% of students ate 'almost-all' amounts of breakfast compared to lunch (86.6%) and dinner (87.5%). The average students' foodservice satisfaction score was 4.04/5.00. The highest satisfaction category was sanitation, followed by the service and food categories. Freshmen showed significantly higher foodservice satisfaction than junior students in terms of service (P<0.05), sanitation (P<0.05), and food categories (P<0.01). As for satisfaction of each meal, breakfast scored 3.15, lunch scored 4.04 and dinner scored 4.12, whereas male students showed significantly higher satisfaction than female students in breakfast (P<0.05) and dinner (P<0.05). Freshmen showed significantly higher satisfaction than juniors in breakfast (P<0.001), lunch (P<0.001), and dinner (P<0.001). As for meal type preference of each meal, female students strongly preferred Korean food for breakfast (P<0.01). This research suggests that it is necessary to improve breakfast satisfaction by developing a variety of menu items.
 Keywords
high school boarding students;foodservice satisfaction;sanitation;
 Language
Korean
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