Korea

South Korea School by Flickr CC USAG- Humphreys

Teaching English is South Korea might not seem like something you would think would be in high demand, but the fact is that over 25,000 people each year are helping locals to learn the English language. Here are four reasons you should consider teaching English in South Korea. The South Korean Culture When you pack […]

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Tapgol-Park-Seoul- Flickr CC 2variationblogr

Seoul the capital of Korea has an estimated population of 10 million people, an extraordinary history dating more than 2,000 years, and a favorable humid climatic condition. It is an up and coming destination in Asia, and it also draws tens of thousands of English teachers from around the world every year. Whether you find […]

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QiRanger - photo by Steve Miller

Where did you teach? Prior to coming to Korea, I work and taught for several institutions in the United States. These included public and private universities, as well as vocational colleges. Currently I teach at Sungkyul University in Anyang, South Korea following several years teaching in private after-school academies. What are the perks of teaching […]

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Teaching English in Korea offers the opportunity to earn well, especially when you take into consideration the fact that housing, round-trip airfare, and partial health benefits are all covered by your employer. When considering teaching in Korea, there are two possible routes: public schools or hagwons (private after school academies). Here is a look at […]

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