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Teach English in South Korea

Published: 9 May, 2020


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South Korea, Daegu
Full time

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Job description

English teaching positions are available all year round at private language schools in Daegu, the 3rd largest city in South Korea with the population of 2.5 million and several hundreds current native English speaking teachers.

Fewer than 12 students in each class

Length of contract: one year (extendable)

Maximum 120 teaching hours (1 hour = 60 min.) per month

All the curriculum and materials provided

Monday-Friday (A) 9:30am-6:30pm teaching kids aged from 4-11, (B) 2-10pm teaching children aged from 8-15

Salary and benefits

Monthly salary from 2,100,000

• One-way flight ticket to South Korea
• 10-day vacation and around 15 Korean national holidays per year
• Severance pay equivalent of one-month salary on completion of one-year contract
• 50% of the medical insurance premium and national pension paid by the employer and the equivalent amount (3.5% and 4.5% each from the monthly salary) paid by the teacher each month
• Rent free fully-furnished single housing within 10-15 min. walking distance of school (Teachers need to pay for utility bills for gas, water, electricity etc. which is around 50,000 won per month depending on how much they use)


Must be a native English speaker with a bachelor's degree in any field in accordance with the Korean government's immigration policy

• Original copy of national (FBI) criminal background check issued within 6 months with 'Apostille' attached

• Photocopy of bachelor's degree certificate with 'Apostille' attached

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