I had asked around from a few people that I knew had already gone to Korea to teach, which recruitment agencies they used and I heard about all the usual agencies but was recommended to use Korean Horizons, even by people who did not use them but went with other agencies. Everyone had good things to say about Alistair, most importantly, his commitment, professionalism and support throughout the process of applying.
As someone who had to apply twice due to covid-19 complications closing down borders, Alistair made the process of reapplying and interviewing as easy as possible. Much can be said for his attention to detail, which is sure to set you apart from the other applicants. If wanting to apply to teach in Korea, Alistair is who I would recommend to everyone, every time.
What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
Be as flexible as possible. The way you live your life in your home country is nothing like living and working in South Korea. Make sure that you are flexible with whatever comes your way and be able to make compromises.