I want to focus on the differences between men and women¡¯s social language customs in Korean culture. Women speak by applying their own rules and manners, different from the men¡¯s language custom because of their different social experiences. Thus, in a society that is systemized by men, what women speak of is often rejected, neglected, oppressed or misunderstood. In Korean society with a long history of Confucianism, the gap between women and men in the society is extremely wide. In my work, ¡®cough¡¯ symbolizes women¡¯s conflict in an effort to convey their idea to the society. From a man¡¯s perspective, cough is a disease to be cured, but for women, it symbolizes a struggle to express their identity and rejection to adopt themselves to men's society.