The starting point of this essay is to examine the responses of the male students to the "Introduction to Women`s Studies," at the Korean Air Force Academy, which was an all-male institution until a few years ago. Their responses are meaningful in that they reveal problems to be discussed in the production of feminism to male students. Also, they provide feminist educators with some clues as to what feminists in Korea could and should do in the classroom for the effective education of male students. The research consist of source materials of students` essay papers, exam papers, lecture evaluations, informal interviews with students, and classroom discussions. The materials are evaluated with the idea that the main purpose of teaching feminism in the male classroom is in making male students reflect upon their own thoughts, feelings and attitudes so that they could try to reorient themselves toward women and society. The discussion is consists of two parts: one is about teaching feminism, and the other is about teaching feminist literature to male students. The research has put forward new challenges to be met in the future as well as some achievements. The great and basic challenge comes from the patriarchal ideas of Confucianism which underlies male students` thoughts and attitudes. Another challenge is to engage male instructors, who would play a more effective role in teaching feminism to male students. These are great barriers to be overcome by feminist educators; yet we have hopeful signs too. The word "feminism" has begun to appear in men`s everyday usage and it will make male students more self-conscious about gender attitudes.