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Teach English in South Korea: South Korea Week

Teaching English to kindergarten kids

This week, we will be posting plenty of resources on our Facebook page for people who are interested in teaching English in South Korea.

There are many economic, cultural, and environmental factors that make South Korea the top ESL destination.

Learn about job conditions, local cuisine, entertainment, and amazing tourist destinations at Ontesol’s Facebook Page. Search Ontesol and become a fan of our page!

Want to work at public schools? Starting on April 1st, EPIK will accept applications for the term that starts on September 2012. Apply early via Ontesol, contact us now. The process is long, there are over 5000 applicants for 1100 positions, and applicants are required to submit a great number documents on time.

Teaching experience and TESOL certification are not required. Do note that an internationally recognized TESOL certificate of at least 100 hours qualifies successful applicants for a higher pay level and we place our trainees and graduates on the priority list. If you have any questions, please contact us via email.

recommended readings:

Why You Should Learn Korean If You Want To Teach English In South Korea

TEFL South Korea: Why I Chose To Teach English In South Korea

Things You Probably Didn’t Know About South Korea

TESOL South Korea: Tourism

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