This study argues about the choices of ‘female-dominated work area' focusing on female non-regular workers in Korea. The 1997 monetary crisis and the global recession in 2008 brought a further deterioration of non-regularization in labor market. Thus women's choices of work areas are structurally restricted. Although the Acts on the Protection of Non-regular Employees were enacted in 2007，the gap between the Acts and the reality is not filled. Under this situation work values of non-regular workers differ from the ones of regular workers and lots of their choices seem to be made voluntarily. Factors of the choices of non-regular employment are multi-layered， however，further investigation is
needed including an aspect of reproduction of gender-stereotype.