The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationships between impulse purchasing, famous brand pursuit, and economic shopping propensity, which are factors of Chinese female consumers' shopping propensity for Korean cosmetic, and the effect of purchasing attitude on purchase intention. Moreover, the purpose of this study is to verify the moderating effect of marketing stimuli on the relationships between shopping propensity and purchasing attitude. To achieve the purpose of this study, online questionnaires using the Internet were distributed and collected for Chinese female consumers, and 211 copieswere used for the final analysis. The results of this study are as follows. First, it was found that impulse purchase and famous brand pursuit had a positive (+) effect on purchasing attitude. Second, purchase attitude was found to have a positive (+) effect on purchase intention. Third, it was confirmed that there was a moderating effect in the relationship between purchase attitude and purchase intention in the verification of the moderating effect of marketing stimulus factors, such as product stimulus, price stimulus, and promotion stimulus. It was confirmed that the group with high awareness of product stimuli had a more significant effect on purchase attitude and purchase intention than the group with low product stimuli. In the case of the price stimulus high and lowgroup, it was confirmed that there was a moderating effect on the shopping propensity to pursue a famous brand and the purchasing attitude. It was confirmed that the group with low awareness of price stimulus had more significant results than the group with high price stimulus. In the case of the promotion stimulus high and low group, it was confirmed that there was a moderating effect on the shopping propensity to pursue a famous brand and the purchasing attitude. It was confirmed that the groupwith lowcognition for stimuli hadmore significant results than the groupwith high stimuli. Based on these research results, we present academic and practical implications for consumers' shopping propensities, purchasing attitudes and behaviors, andmarketing stimuli.