Constantly marching ahead, forward and forward, never to stop and just hurry; South Korea is a complex and yet a fascinating country with wonders at every nook and corner and technology spurting out at an ever-increasing pace. Energy and joie de vivre of Seoul, ancientness of Gyeongju, bustling port town of Busan, South Korea is an adventurous land set for ESL teachers to discover the rich cultural heritage and wonders of Renaissance and have a great experience.
The roads to the countryside are still less traveled by; for good or for worse. Composed temples, beautiful mountains, unspoiled fishing villages and endless hiking opportunities are still awaiting any Westerners that rarely ever come to this path. Travel to the unspoiled islands of Dadohae Haesang National Park or the charming Buyeo for its historic relics of Baekje and lively market.
High wages and great living conditions make South Korea the top destination for teaching English. Native speakers who completed their university degree and a reputable 100-hour TESOL course, but don’t have any prior teaching experience, earn $2,100/month plus accommodation, bonuses, and other benefits.