Leiomyoma of the bronchus is a rare benign tumor. The type of surgical resection depends on the location of the tumor and secondary lung destruction, although most surgical treatment has required thoracotomy. Two Korean women who had pedunculated masses in the left main bronchus and in the right lower lobe bronchus were successfully treated by endoscopic resection. Their postoperative courses were uneventful. They are well 19 months and 10 months, respectively, after resection.