This study conducts a survey and tests whether Korean people believe that there are economies of scope in providing agricultural commodity and noncommodity outputs. The questionnaire suggests five alternative ways of providing commodity and noncommodity outputs. Each alternative contains different number of outputs provided by domestic producers. The respopndents are requested to express their extent of support for each alternative considering the benefits and costs of each alternative. A panel ordered probit model is estimated. We find that there are strong economies of scope in multifuntional agriculture. Domestic production of agricultural commodity output is evaluated much more important than producing other noncommodity outputs such as environmental goods, rural amenity, rural viability and food security. Among the noncommodity outputs rural viability is assessed as the most valuable one.