Unlock a World of Opportunities: Teach in Korea!

Discover the enchanting world of teaching in Korea, where ancient traditions harmoniously blend with modern innovation. As a teacher in Korea, you will embark on a fulfilling journey of cultural immersion and personal growth, while making a positive impact on the lives of young learners.

Korea’s education system is renowned for its high regard for teachers, offering a warm and welcoming environment for educators from around the globe. Embrace the vibrant and diverse Korean culture as you interact with enthusiastic students, eager to learn and expand their horizons through the English language.

With English language skills in high demand, teaching in Korea opens doors to an array of rewarding opportunities. Whether you’re a seasoned educator or an aspiring teacher, Korea provides a wealth of resources and support to ensure your success in the classroom.

Join us in Korea and experience the magic of this captivating country. Explore breathtaking landscapes, savor delectable cuisine, and immerse yourself in traditions dating back centuries. Teaching in Korea is not only a career opportunity; it’s an adventure of a lifetime that will leave an indelible mark on your heart and mind.

Program provides:


  • Salary starting at 2 million Won per month.
  • Accommodations provided.
  • Comprehensive medical plan.
  • Severance pay (1 month salary) upon completion of 1 year.
  • 10 days paid vacation per year, in addition to national holidays.
  • Work hours: generally 6 hours per day (Mon-Fri).

Applicants must:

  • Speak English as a native or main language.
  • Have a university degree.
  • Be able to commit to a one-year job.
  • Be a citizen of one of the following countries:
    • Canada
    • USA
    • Great Britain
    • Ireland
    • Australia
    • New Zealand, or
    • South Africa.
  • Have an open-minded and flexible attitude towards different cultures.

An application package will include some of the following documentation:

  • A complete resume with cover letter (including references with names and contact numbers);
  • Photograph;
  • Copy of university degree (you will need to have original accessible);
  • Copy of passport;
  • Medical form (contact Scotia Personnel Ltd to obtain form); and
  • As process proceeds, other items may be requested, i.e. transcripts, etc.