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Articles on Teaching English in South Korea
Teaching English in South Korea: Why All the Excitement? by Aubrey Jangraw
How to Survive and Thrive Living in Korea as an EFL Couple by Jonathon Engels
English Teaching Contacts in Korea by Lindsay Nash
Teach in South Korea: Public Schools are a Great Option by Wayne Johnson
Teaching English and Living in South Korea: Take a Camp Job for a Month to Check it Out by Lindy Sinka
On Being an EPIK Ex-pat by Eileen Han
Teaching and Living in Seoul by Molly Kennedy
To Live and Teach English in South Korea by Jalel Marti Sager
Teach English in South Korea: A New Home with an Array of Choices by Lavinia Spalding
Teach English in South Korea: Demand for Teachers is High, Rewards Generous by Jonathan Adams
Teach in South Korea with ELS by David Cox
Top Jobs Teaching English in South Korea
See a daily selection of the Top Jobs in South Korea courtesy of ESL Job Feed

Teaching English in South Korea
Teaching English in South Korea with Geovisions
Paid Teacher in South Korea
This is a paid position with annual salary of US$20,000-$27,000 based on 30 hour/week (6 days per week).
Gain international experience while enriching the lives of students in South Korea. As a native speaker you can become an asset to educational establishments by improving the standard of English in South Korea. Teaching can be an amazing opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others, while experiencing the rich culture of the Eastern world.

Dates: Year round with major intakes in March and August.
Contact: GeoVisions, 63 Whitfield St. Guilford, CT 06437.
Tel.: 203-453-5838. Toll free 1-877-949-9998.
Email: programs@geovisions.org
Website: www.geovisions.org

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Teach English in Vibrant Korea
Teach English in Korea with the help of Say Kimchi Recruiting, a boutique firm working to connect native English speakers with quality ESL teaching jobs in South Korea. Owned and operated by an American ESL teacher in Korea, Say Kimchi Recruiting is the kind of firm that supports teachers throughout their stint in Korea, monthly community events, and a helpful and friendly staff.
Teach in South Korea with Say Kimchi Recruiting Cost: Our placement services are free of charge.
Dates: Any time
Email: lindsay@saykimchirecruiting.com
Website: www.saykimchirecruiting.com
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CIEE
Teach Abroad in South Korea
The CIEE Teach in South Korea program places enthusiastic individuals in established, trusted, private English language immersion schools in and around Seoul, South Korea for year-long teaching positions. Program benefits include a well paid teaching position (including bonuses and relocation allowance), in-country orientation, rent-free accommodations for the duration of the teaching contract, airfare, travel and medical insurance, and CIEE pre-departure and emergency support. Optional pre-departure TEFL certification is available.

Contact: teach@ciee.org, www.ciee.org/teach/south-korea

Dave's ESL Cafe Korean Job Forum
A very busy forum and full of useful posts and inside information about teaching English and living in South Korea. Be sure to browse this site before making any final decisions in order to reeive different perspectives.

Visit: forums.eslcafe.com/korea/

i-to-i TEFL
Teach English in South Korea

Looking for the perfect way to get yourself abroad while earning? How about living and working in South Korea on a cast-iron 12 month contract! i-to-i have teamed up with Footprints Recruiting in order to bring you this incredible opportunity to apply for the EPIK program in South Korea. If you're a university graduate eager to start working, you can earn up to $1,600 USD a month, get free accommodation and explore South Korea.

Visit: i-to-i TEFL Jobs in South Korea

Park English
The Ministry of Education of South Korea hires native English-speaking teachers throughout the nations public schools starting this year. English is the international language for commerce & industry and as a native speaker you can become an asset to educational establishments by improving the standard of English in South Korea. Teaching English in South Korea can be an excellent alternative to the traditional post-graduate employment path.

Visit: parkenglish.wix.com/parkenglish

People Recruit
People Recruit is dedicated to finding good reliable jobs that allow you to embark on a great new adventure as comfortably as you can. Many different job opportunities are available all over South Korea. All you need is a degree, an open mind and a good attitude and you too can join the hundreds of thousands of other native English speakers who have come to Korea to take advantage of this great opportunity.

Contact: people@peoplerecruit.com, www.peoplerecruit.com

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