Endobronchial hamartoma is a rare benign tumor derived from peribronchial mesenchymal tissue. It can cause irreversible post-obstructive pulmonary destruction. Early diagnosis and treatment is very important. Traditionally, surgical resection has been considered the standard of treatment for endobronchial hamartoma. However, there is increasing experience using endo-scopic treatment such as Nd-Yag laser and electrocautery with a paucity of reported complications. Endoscopic resection has comparable therapeutic efficacy with surgical resection. Bronchoscopic cryotherapy is a technique in which endobronchial tissue is destroyed by repeated freezing and thawing. It is most often employed as a palliative therapy for airway obstruction due to a malignancy. Other indications for bronchoscopic cryosurgery include airway obstruction due to a benign endobronchial lesion, inoperable microinvasive carcinoma, hemoptysis due to a visible lesion, and the extraction of foreign bodies. We report two cases of endobronchial hamartomas, each diagnosed and definitively treated with bronchoscopic techniques. Endobronchial resection was successfully performed using cryotherapy via flexible bronchoscopy without any complications. Follow-up bron-choscopic examinations excluded residual or recurrent disease.