Teaching jobs in South Korea
Korea’s never say die, can-do spirit will sweep you off your feet!
If you want a destination that offers one of the most rewarding experiences, choose to teach English in Korea. ESL teachers are in high demand through South Korea’s public school EPIK program which has earned prestige around the world. Teaching English in Korea earns a status of high respect.
Teaching jobs in Korea also bring with them plenty of opportunity to explore your local surroundings. Become a patron to the largest food alley in Seoul, Gwangjang Market. Visit the beautiful Jeju-do, a volcanic island, and kick up your heels in the exciting night life at Meokja Golmok. Grow your cultural appreciation while working at a well-paid, highly respected job.
Apply with ESLstarter, experts in TEFL recruitment, and teach English in Korea.
Here are 10 interesting facts and curious trivia about South Korea:
- Population: More than 50 million people
- Capital city: Seoul
- Currency: Korean Won
- Common spoken languages: Korean, English, Mandarin Chinese
- Slang: “Dae-bak” expresses good fortune, like hitting the jackpot
- Religions: Korean shamanism, Buddhism, Christianity, Cheondoism & more
- National drink: Soju, a distilled alcoholic beverage
- UNESCO World Heritage Site: Changdeokgung Palace
- National dance: Suwon traditionally performed during planting & harvesting seasons
- National bird: Pica (magpie)
Benjamin Lucini, EPIK, Daejeon
I write this now from my desk at my school in South Korea, and would like to thank Claire (and ESLstarter) once again for all of their help in getting me here. Thank you!
We currently have the following programs available in Korea