Arguing with the institutionalization of teaching feminist studies in English literature in Korean universities, This article explores the productive and fruitful possibilities of teaching feminist studies in English literature from the perspective of postcolonialism and feminism in the globalization era, related to the European experience since 1989. However, the current stage of Korean feminist lecturers` dilemma becomes specific and remarkable, because this dilemma is located in the centre of the triangular relationship among English language education, literature education, and feminist education. For the success of teaching feminist studies in English literature, it is necessary for Korean feminist lecturers to reflect Korean people`s everyday lifestyle, influenced by Confucianism and Western culture, as well as to practice a cultural analysis of the intersection of Confucian cultural heritage and Western feminism. From such a point of view, the role of lecturer and the selection of texts far education in feminist literature ate absolutely crucial in order to design the whole lecture programme and to evoke specific responses from Korean students to ascertain how the students` patriarchal ideologies are being transformed toward feminist thought. Therefore, the kind of action do we, as Korean lecturers teaching feminist studies in English literature must take is to create and devise a feminist teaching methodology to call up Korean students` responses to the English texts and to maximize the production of "Korean" meaning from their reading activities.