Teach English in South Korea
Teaching English in South Korea offers competitive salaries, an established network of schools with great resources and an enriching cultural environment in which you can learn and grow. No teaching experience is required and you will build indispensable skills as a teacher.
Job Placement Support and Assistance
CultureRoute will facilitate job placement options and provide all the information and support you need for your teaching experience abroad.
Excellent Orientation Programs
Orientation program on arrival to introduce you to other English teachers and get you settled,
Earn $1900-$2100 per month at a public or private school. You’ll receive an end-of-contract bonus!
Teach in a well-resourced and fulfilling educational environment, in a big city or a small town.
If you choose a teaching placement a little off the beaten track, you’ll be getting a unique experience of the country.
South Korean Culture
You won’t be hugging or shaking hands when you greet people. In South Korea, take a bow!
About 70 percent of South Korea’s land area is mountain. Get outside and enjoy the thousands of hiking trails on offer.
You can safely cycle across the entire country – do the cycle route from Busan to Seoul and start planning your 2 wheeled adventure.
Living and Working in South Korea
Placements are avaulable almost anywhere from large metros to small towns in either public or private schools).
Teachers get FREE furnished housing, FREE airfare, paid holidays and health insurance coverage. Add an extra stack of cash to your pocket to use on things that matter most to you.
Learn the language! Tonal languages can be intimidating for English speakers, but the Korean (Hangul) alphabet is surprisingly easy to learn.
Start by recognising some written words and grow your confidence by taking classes and making friends with local people.
Unique Culinary Adventures
Taste an unusual array of seafood and meat dishes or, if you’re feeling less adventurous, opt for one of the many fried chicken and beer restaurants.
Visit Jeju Island, the top South Korean holiday destination. Beautiful beaches, the volcanic mountain, Hallasan, and the equally explosive theme park, Loveland, are just some of the island’s attractions.
Teaching English in South Korea
Teaching English in South Korea is an excellent opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others, while experiencing the rich culture of the East.
South Koreans’ friendly and helpful attitudes allow you to feel like you’re part of the local community.
Placements are available in:
Kindergartens, primary (elementary and middle) schools, and high schools
In some cases on islands (Phuket and Koh Samui).
Your first step towards Adventure
CultureRoute’s 120-hour Internationally Accredited online TESOL is the ideal first step to prepare you for your adventure in South Korea.