A Survey of Satisfaction and Preference for Military Meal Services in the Daegu Area
대구지역 군인들의 군대 급식에 대한 만족도와 기호도 조사

Mi-Jin Lee, Young-Soon Lee
2012 Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture  
The purpose of this study was to find the level of satisfaction and preferences regarding the mess provisions in the three military bases in Daegu, Korea. A total of 325 military personnel was surveyed for this study. The content of examinations consisted of the general characteristics, satisfaction, awareness, and preference for the mess. Furthermore, I investigated the general menu on a daily basis with the most or the least-preferred food. As a result, I found that fried dishes are most
more » ... ishes are most preferred by military personnel, and they second and third in their preferences are boiled, and mixed with dressing. I also found that military personnel like meat, sweets like ice-cream, fried pork chops or chicken, and fatty and processed food like hamburgers. On the other hand, they do not like dishes made with bean sprouts, squid, fish or kimchi. On the basis of the results, a balanced diet is needed for military personnel through the research and development of recipes using some of the least favorite ingredients such as fish, squid, and vegetables.
doi:10.7318/kjfc/2012.27.2.113 fatcat:gvuymhhz45fwza6x2vu5kn65ue