- Bachelor’s degree
- Be a native English speaker
- Have a passport from USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia or New Zealand
- Be aged between 21 - 35 (speak to an advisor if you are older)
- 120 hour TEFL certificate (included)
Teach English in a place where culture is rich in ancient tradition while boasting high-tech cityscapes. Teach in South Korea Prepare to share your English skills in the classroom and treat yourself to some tasty South Korea delights.
Dotted with cherry blossom trees and centuries-old Buddhist temples, South Korea is known for its eye-catching landscape. With its quaint coastal fishing villages and sub-tropical islands, you'll feel nothing short of paradise. Make the most of your time and see as much of South Korea as possible. With their high-speed transport services, you can travel to a new city each week! Did you know you can ski in South Korea? Yep, anything is possible in this magical country.
Visit the Spirited Garden
South Korea is known for its beautiful gardens so a visit to the Spirited Garden is a must. The spirited Garden was once deserted wasteland until one man made his vision a reality and transformed the land into a beautiful landscape complete with seven gardens, waterfalls, and breath-taking sculptures.
Relax at Yuseong Hot Springs Public Foot Bath
After a long day of exploring ancient temples or browsing Myeondong Shopping Street, it's time to relax. The Yoseong Hot Spring is surrounded by a beautiful garden and gives you the chance to heal those aching feet. This is a popular destination among travelers with some choosing to attend every day of their trip!
"Made it daily morning ritual for our two weeks in Daejeon and does wonders for sore feet. Surrounded by beautiful gardens coming in full bloom during April makes it a very peaceful and tranquil experience as well as getting right in with the local folks." - Fred F
Get an Adrenaline Rush at Phoenix Snow Park
When you think of things to do in South Korea, we bet it isn't snowboarding or skiing. Explore a whole other side to South Korea and become a pro at catching 'Big Air'. Spend some time at the slopes during your 12-month
placement and you'll be cruisin' in no time.
Get Tricked at Trickeye Museum Seoul
Did you know South Korea has the fastest internet in the world? Then it's no surprise they have a museum combining art and augmented reality. "The Trickeye Museum is a one-of-a-kind painting gallery where visitors can interact with the paintings using the Trickeye Camera application to brings pictures to life in order to be a part of the artwork. Make sure to take photos to deceive your friends and family back home. This is a museum where visitors are encouraged to interact with the art!
Within the 'Trickeye Museum', is the Ice Museum where you can find items made entirely of ice, including a T.V and kitchen.
There's just so much to do in South Korea's and with their brilliant travel infrastructure, the sky is the limit. Make sure to start planning your bucket list now!
What's Included with Your Internship?
- Monthly salary of KRW2.0 million~KRW2.3 million ($1,790~$2,050/€1,500~€1,730/£1,300~£1,500) depending on qualifications & experience
- Flight reimbursement (contribution comes in first paycheck)
- End of contract bonus (equivalent to one month's pay)
- Rent-free accommodation
- 12-month long teaching placement
- Teach in public or private language schools
- 120 hour accredited TEFL Course
- Full arrival orientation
- Two professional development CPD weekend orientations
- Weekends off
- All public holidays off
- Medical insurance
- Visa assistance
- Ongoing in-country support
When Will I Start?
The next group of teachers will start teaching in South Korea in October/ November. We recommend applying to teach in South Korea as soon as possible as it can take some time to gather all the documentation together. This way you'll have some time left over to focus on packing!