Process for Teaching English in Korea
Fly to Korea
Why Teach in Korea?
Valuable Experience and Unforgettable Memories
Low cost of Living
Ease of Travel (Excellent public transportation system)
Koreans & Friendliness
Close Proximity to Other Asian Countries
People come to teach English in Korea for many different reasons.
Some come simply for the experience of living in a different culture.
For some the opportunity to travel is what draws them.
For some the motivation is the opportunity to impact the lives of others.
For some it’s the ability to save money.
And for most it’s the combination of all the above factors. Korea has a burgeoning economy, a competitive educational system, and a population eager to learn English. In fact, Korea spends more money per capita on private education than any other country in the world.
Thus the opportunity for native English Teachers in Korea is truly extraordinary.
What is Hagwon?
Hagwon is the Korean-language word for a for-profit private institute or academy. OK Recruiting = Hagwon Specialist
Working location for TEFL jobs in Korea
Over 100 locations throughout Korea → You can choose → Tell us where
Teaching Job Requirements for Teaching English Korea
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
Nationality: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, UK, or USA
No teaching license/experience necessary
No critical Criminal record
No critical medical problems
Salary and Benefits for Teaching English in Korea
2.1 ~ 2.8 million Korean Won per month – Low Income tax: approximately 3% monthly with provided housing or monthly housing allowance
Contract Completion Bonus
National Medical Insurance
Working visa sponsorship
Hiring year-round(every month)
You can choose when