…then you need to be teach English in South Korea.
To be granted a visa to teach English in South Korea you need to have a passport from the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada or the US. You also must be a graduate in any subject. You do not need to be a teacher, have completed a TEFL certificate or have teaching experience to apply. Having a TEFL certificate is a definite advantage but is not essential.
ESL teaching in South Korea (12-month contracts)
We currently have opportunities to teach English in large towns and cities throughout South Korea including; Seoul, Incheon, Suwon, Yongin, Daegu, Ulsan and Busan, We would love to hear from you if you match the criteria above and are an enthusiastic, friendly, flexible, team player who loves working with kids. For more information on Teaching English in South Korea please visit Korea facts.