This study studied the differences between marriage satisfaction and communication according to the type of love. Two hundred men and 200 women, married men and women from across the country aged 40 to 59 participated in the study. According to the results of the group analysis and the middle-aged married men and women, the group was divided into two types of love, and both groups were found to be lower than average and all three elements of love remained above average. Second, as a result of examining the differences in communication according to the type of love in each group, the level of communication between couples was higher than that of the three elements of love in the group of three elements of love. Third, maintaining the three elements of love also showed higher scores in both the overall score of marriage satisfaction and its sub-factors compared to the three factor decreasing group of love. Fourth, according to the results of the middle-to-the-middle return analysis to find out the impact of intimacy, passion, and responsibility on marriage satisfaction and communication, marriage satisfaction has only a significant effect on intimacy in communication.