Teach English in South Korea Posts
Those interested in teaching English in Korea will need to decide whether they want to teach in a public school or in a private school, both of which offer great experiences.
Learn about the popular EPIK program that enables Americans to teach English in South Korea through the Korean Ministry of Education.
Will my school provide free accommodations when I teach English in Korea? YES. Schools typically provide free housing to foreign English teachers in South Korea.
The definative step by step guide to obtain a E-2 work visa to teach English in South Korea.
Learn where you can make the most money teaching English abroad in 2020 and receive benefits like free airfare and housing, even as a first-time teacher.
Which countries are the top markets for teaching English abroad in 2020? Get the scoop on salaries, hiring requirements and TEFL courses for teaching abroad in 2020.
Are you considering teaching English in South Korea? Here's everything you need to know about teaching in a Hagwon (private school) in Korea.
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ITA alumna, Courtney, shares with us how a good-paying teaching job, a cute apartment, and living abroad wasn't making her happy, and how her time in Korea led her to come out.
Starting a job in a new country can be stressful, but traveling there during a global pandemic only adds to the stress. Ambrosia discusses her journey from the USA to South Korea and the precautions South Korea has implemented for incoming passengers.
ITA alumna Taylor Ford talks about her year teaching English in Bucheon, South Korea to save some money after finishing college.
Samantha Broking reflects on her time teaching English in Jeonju, South Korea, before moving to the Czech Republic to teach.
Read about why ITA alumna Jen Smith considers Jeju, South Korea, to be one of the safest places in the world to ride out the Caornavirus pandemic.