In recent years, the available network bandwidth is decreased by increasing the mobile devices such as a smartphones or tablets. Quality of Service (QoS) control is required to guarantee the communication quality for users of the network. As one of QoS control techniques, which judges a new arrival streaming application (=flow) can be accommodate in the network has been proposed. Conventional admission control methods that focus on the user's cooperative behaviour have been proposed. In general, some users use the video navigation tools like a seek-bar to jump to different time position because they want to watch some specific scenes. However, this conventional method does not assume the user's behaviour. In this paper, we propose an admission control to maximize user satisfaction by considering user behaviour to reduce the video time. We evaluate our proposed method by numerical analysis using queuing theory and show the effectiveness of our proposed method.