Song, Kyong-Sook. 2003. Dynamics of Gender, Men and Women, in Korean and English Cyber Communication. The Sociolinguistic Journal of Korea, 11(2). The present study explores dynamics of gender, men and women, in Korean and English cyber, computer-mediated communication (CMC). This study first discusses some major features of CMC with reference to anonymity, accessibility, and social decontextualization. This paper then investigates gender differences with focus on synchronous CMC vs. asynchronous CMC, gender roles, gender equality, and gender ideology. As Herring (1993, 1994) notes, this study confirms that despite the democratic nature of CMC, the real-world power hierarchies carry over into the virtual communities, and gender differences are observed in cyberspace communication. The male-gendered style is authoritative and self-confident, whereas female-gendered style has two aspects of supportiveness and attenuation.