Live & Teach in Korea
Placements exclusively for myTEFL graduates
Dynamic, hip and modern, Korea is one of the most popular destinations for TEFLers. With our Job Placement Service we don’t just send you a “list” of recent TEFL jobs in Korea like most TEFL providers do. We get you prioritized and connected directly to employers at professional and reputable schools. Skip the job hunting headaches and let us do the work for you!
South Korea is East Asia’s most developed country, with Koreans earning Asia’s highest median income. Home to Samsung, Hyundai – Kia, and LG, Korea was named the World’s most Innovative Country according to Bloomberg. It is the world’s largest ship-builder, has the world’s fastest internet, and is ranked first in e-Government among other amazing accomplishments. You didn’t know that, did you? It’s also one of the most coveted EFL destinations in the world. So get your foot in the door with our help!
Teaching jobs in Korea pay extremely well, especially when factoring in benefits. The average teaching packages range from 2M to 2.5M Won ($1,750-$2,200 USD) p/m and include furnished accommodation, airfare reimbursement, paid holidays and more.
“Most memorable experience in South Korea? Oh, hands down, my EFL class’s production of Harry Potter. I used to be a drama teacher back home before I started TEFLing, and believe me, you haven’t seen ‘theatre’ until you’ve seen Harry Potter written, directed, and performed by 14 year old Korean kids.
Honestly, the whole play was hilarious! ‘Harry’ had borrowed his grandfather’s prescription pebble lenses to get the right look, and could barely see 7 inches in front of him, and tripped over everybody and everything. Dumbledore, performed by a 14 year old whose voice had not yet broken tried to project in this deep voice that would turn into a squeak mid-sentence. And our Voldemort was so excited, he kept grinning happily from ear to ear as he went about his sinister plans! Even poor Hermione, who was excellent in the role, finally gave up and started giggling! But everybody just had a terrific time.”
- pre-departure information and advice
- work visa/permit
- 2M Won to 2.5M Won ($1,750 to $2,200 USD)
- 1.3M Won settlement bonus ($1,150 USD)
- 1.3M Won airfare reimbursement ($1,150 USD)
- furnished accommodations
- contract completion bonus
- 24/7 on the ground support
- paid holidays
- 120 Hour myTEFL Certificate
- CA, US, UK, AU, NZ, SA or IRE passport
- native or near- native English speaker
- Bachelor degree from CA, US, UK, AU, NZ, SA, or IR
- between 22 and 62 years old
- 12 month contracts
- clean criminal background check