This study is the second phase of the Qualitative Panel Data on Low-Income Households. The two major characteristics of this study are its unique sample and longitudinal study design. The sample of the current study was driven from the Korea Welfare Panel Study, which would enable researchers to examine selected cases with mixed-method approach in near future. In addition, a large-scale longitudinal study on poverty is very rare and allows researchers to look at the poverty dynamics of the sample. While the data collected for 2011 was archived manually, in 2012 research team established an electronic database where researchers can sort, search and divide data according to their research purpose. Also, a process evaluation of the research project was conducted using focus group discussion. The researchers collected valuable pieces of advice from data collectors, most of which will be used for the next year’s study. The first part of this report includes detailed information about the study design, the methodo ogical approach, and the sample. The second part of the report contains six research articles written by qualitative researchers around the country. These papers demonstrate what can be done using 2011 or 2012 Qualitative Panel Data on Low-Income Households. This report also includes discussion on research implications for future project and how to use poverty study to better inform policymakers.