Teach English in South Korea

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TESOL accreditation

Including cultural orientation

Guaranteed job placement

Earn $1900-$2300 USD per month



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Want to teach English in South Korea?

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It can be scary and intimidating traveling to a foreign country and the complex documentation and requirements can be overwhelming and confusing.

We know. We’ve all taught abroad before.

TravelBud Guides you through your Teach Abroad Adventure

Here’s how we help

  • Everything explained clearly. We’ll walk you through each step and make sure you’re prepared.
  • We help you plan. From what to pack to what documents to gather when.
  • Guaranteed job placement. We place you in carefully selected and reputable schools in Thailand.
  • Accredited TESOL and cultural orientation. We provide the essential courses to help you succeed abroad.
  • 24/7 support. Once you arrive in Thailand we’ve got your back in an emergency or to answer any questions.

With TravelBud, you’ll always be talking to someone who has taught or volunteered abroad before, so you’ll get informed, first-hand advice to guide and prepare you for your experience.

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Teach English in South Korea with TravelBud

Experience your own unique cultural adventure by teaching and traveling in South Korea with TravelBud.

Why Teach English in South Korea?

  • If you are in search of a 1 year vibrant experience teaching, traveling and earning great money abroad ($1900 USD to $2300 USD per month), this is the perfect program for you.
  • South Korea is the perfect destination for those looking to move to a developed country with an extremely high earning potential and an opportunity to gain invaluable international teaching experience.
  • You’ll be able to save up plenty of money for travel as teachers also get free furnished housing, airfare reimbursement, paid holidays and health insurance coverage.
  • All contracts are for a minimum of 12 months and are renewable.
  • The cost of living is high in South Korea but with such strong earning potential, you’ll be able to travel and bring back savings after your adventure abroad.

Travel Opportunities Teaching English in South Korea

South Korea is a small country with diverse landscapes and many beautiful and interesting places to visit. Between long weekends and paid leave, you’ll be able to explore the country and even pop over to nearby countries like Japan and the Phillipines.

With your end of contract bonus and one way ticket airfare compensation, travelling at the end of your contract is also very affordable.

For more ideas, read our resource on 10 Awesome Overseas Vacation Ideas for English Teachers in South Korea.

We’d love to offer advice and suggestions for exciting travel experiences in and around South Korea.

Woryeonggyo Bridge is the longest footbridge made of wood in Korea.

Woryeonggyo Bridge is the longest footbridge made of wood in Korea.

The Seoul Lantern Festival is an annual festival held every November in Seoul in South Korea when hundreds of lanterns decorate the public recreation space of Cheonggyecheon

The Seoul Lantern Festival is an annual festival held every November in Seoul in South Korea when hundreds of lanterns decorate the public recreation space of Cheonggyecheon.

The Asan Gingko Tree Road is lined with towering trees, the leaves of which turn a golden yellow in the fall.

The Asan Gingko Tree Road is lined with towering trees, the leaves of which turn a golden yellow in the fall.

Explore South Korea's grand palaces.

Explore South Korea’s grand palaces.

Do I Qualify To Teach English in South Korea?

You don’t need to have any teaching experience to teach English in South Korea.

You do need:

  • A passport from the UK, USA, Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand
  • A bachelor’s degree in any field – Complete and certificate in hand (Letter of graduation not acceptable)
    • GPA 2.5 or above
    • For Canadian applicants – French speaking universities not accepted
  • A 120-hour, internationally accredited TESOL certificate or equivalent qualification
  • Ideally between the ages of 21 – 40 years old

How long is the teaching contract for?

  • Placements are for a minimum of 1 year and can be renewed if you’d like to stay in South Korea for more than a year.

In addition to the above requirements, the following is required to be eligible to teach English in South Korea as stipulated by local authorities:

  • No Criminal History (100% clean)
  • Willing and able to commit to a 12 month contract
  • Tattoos or Piercings – Nothing visible or extensive (You will need to document and declare all of them in your application)
  • Must be in excellent mental and physical health, all medical conditions need to be declared.
    • You may not be allowed onto the program if you have ever been diagnosed with any mental, neurotic or emotional disorder. Also, you may not be allowed onto the program if you have had any treatment or taken prescription medication within the last 12 months for any above classified disorders or for the treatment of anxiety or depression even if not officially diagnosed. Chat with us to discuss this in detail.
    • No history of infectious diseases.
    • No narcotic drug or alcohol addictions in the past 5 years.
    • No history of mental/neuro/emotional disorders.
    • Other: Allergies, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes.
  • No dependents. This program is not designed to support teachers who want to go to South Korea with their family/children. We unfortunately cannot accept anyone who intends to go to South Korea with dependents.
  • Married couples may be placed together. Unmarried couples need to be prepared to work at different schools and live apart.

What if I don’t have a TESOL certificate?

We offer both in-class and online TESOL courses to prepare you for your adventure abroad. Read about our TESOL courses below to learn more.

If you’re unsure about any of your qualifications, chat to us! We’ll answer all your questions and do our best to accommodate you.

TravelBud’s Grace Martens, trying on traditional Korean Hanbok during her cultural orientation

TravelBud’s Grace Martens, trying on traditional Korean Hanbok during her cultural orientation.

Experience South Korea's rich history and culture.

Experience South Korea’s rich history and culture.

Korean winters can be cold! Luckily there’s no end to the supply of delicious, hot and spicy food plus plenty of Soju (Korean rice wine) to keep you warm!

Korean winters can be cold! Luckily there’s no end to the supply of delicious, hot and spicy food plus plenty of Soju (Korean rice wine) to keep you warm!

Teach English in South Korea TESOL Courses

Many TESOL courses are not accredited and do not provide adequate preparation for teaching.

That’s why we highly recommend completing the 120-hour in-class TESOL in South Korea. It will give you the best possible preparation and ensure that your students get the best education.

Located just a few stops away from the vibrant city of Seoul, the in-class TESOL in Incheon, South Korea offers incredible insights into a fascinating culture, as well as expert training in TESOL from experienced instructors.

Cultural orientation highlights include a trip to the majestic Gyeongbokgung Palance, authentic Tae Kwon Do instruction, and Korean language lessons.

Students at the In-Class TESOL course in Incheon.

Students at the In-Class TESOL course in Incheon.

The TESOL Course is a 4 week course which takes place in Incheon, South Korea and is tailored specifically for those preparing to teach English in South Korea.

It consists of a 1 week cultural orientation program followed by 3 weeks of theory and practical learning.

You’ll also get to meet fellow teachers and forge new friendships while participating in exciting cultural activities and excursions.

Our next in-take date for the in-class TESOL is 16 July 2018.

If you want to teach and travel before this date, then our South Korea Online TESOL course will be perfectly suited and gives you the accreditation you’ll need for teaching English in South Korea.

TravelBud’s South Korea online TESOL course is tailored specifically to teaching English in South Korea and includes the following:

  • 120-hour online training completed over 4 weeks
  • 1-week Korean culture and language orientation
  • History and theory of teaching English as a foreign/second language
  • Modules on how to teach English speaking, reading, listening, and grammar in South Korea
  • Modules on classroom management and teaching English to young learners in South Korea
  • Extensive lesson plan development and presentation and feedback both from peers and instructors
  • Tons of tips, tricks and examples of how to teach English to every age group in South Korea
  • One-on-one Skype presentations and lessons with TESOL instructors
  • Advice and guidance for effective classroom management
  • Internationally accredited TESOL certificate and personalized letter of recommendation from your instructor

TravelBud provides all accepted applicants with a guaranteed job placement at a reputable school in South Korea. The TESOL and enrollment fee is only required after we have provided you with a job contract from a school in South Korea.

Once in South Korea, you have the option of choosing to do a cultural orientation in Seoul. This course takes place twice a year and classes and excursions will take place over four consecutive weekends. Classes will be held on Saturdays and Sundays in the capital city of Seoul.

The course involves active-learning cultural excursions to various sites of cultural and historical significance including:

  • Insadong neighborhood of Seoul which once housed the largest market in the world for antiques and art
  • Gyeongbok Palace, commonly known as the Grand Palace, the largest of 5 grand palaces in South Korea
  • Traditional South Korean broadway show
  • Korean cooking lessons
  • Tea tastings
  • Visit to Namsan park

The in-country excursions are punctuated by in-class language lessons, developed to establish a basic understanding of Korean language.

Many of our teachers visit the friends they make during these cultural excursions. As we place teachers across South Korea, this becomes valuable as you’re able to visit your friends in different parts of Korea and fully experience all that the country has to offer.

Teachers in South Korea on a cultural orientation tour at the Gyeongbokgung Palace.

TravelBud Teachers in South Korea on a cultural orientation tour at the Gyeongbokgung Palace.

Experience Traditional South Korean food - the land of the side dish!

Experience Traditional South Korean food – the land of the side dish!

South Korean traditional Hanbok, characterised by vibrant colors and simple lines without pockets.

Gyeongbokgung Palace Gaurd

Costs

What Will I Earn?

As an English teacher in South Korea, you’ll earn $1900 to $2300 per month. This will comfortably cover your living expenses and also give you the opportunity to save money!

How much does it cost?

The following costs make up the program fee and are payable to TravelBud before you head over to Teach English in South Korea.

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In-class TESOL, Guaranteed Job Placement, Orientation and Support (Highly Recommended)

The in-class TESOL courses is tailored specifically to teaching English in South Korea and will give you valuable insight into South Korean culture and the specifics of teaching in a Korean classroom.

Total

$2200

Initial Enrollment Fee and Support

Required to enroll in the program and begin receiving pre-departure support from the TravelBud team.

$500

In-class TESOL, guaranteed job placement, orientation and 24/7 support

The 120-hour in-class TESOL gives you the best possible preparation and ensures your students get the best education. We also guarantee you a job placement so you can start earning straight away.

$1700

Online TESOL, Guaranteed Job Placement and Support

Total

$1950

Initial Enrollment Fee and Support

Required to enroll in the program and begin receiving pre-departure support from the TravelBud team

$500

Guaranteed Job Placement and 24/7 Support

Guaranteed job placement in a background-checked and credible school. Payable 6 weeks prior to departure.

$1450

Guaranteed Job Placement and Support

Total

$1500

Initial Enrollment Fee and Support

Required to enroll in the program and begin receiving pre-departure support from the TravelBud team

$500

Guaranteed Job Placement and 24/7 support

Guaranteed job placement in a background-checked and credible school. Payable 6 weeks prior to departure.

$1000

What is included in the TravelBud enrollment fee?

Pre-departure Support

As soon as you pay your deposit, your pre-departure support kicks off. From that moment on, TravelBud will be on call to answer all your questions and provide all the support and guidance you need.

  • Getting the necessary documentation prepared prior to departure
  • Assisting you with all planning, packing, visas, costs, budgets and booking flights
  • Answering your questions to help ease any anxieties you may have regarding your trip.

24/7 Dedicated Ongoing In-country Support

  • On-the-ground support and personal assistance throughout the duration of your teaching experience.
  • In the event of an emergency, we’ll be on hand 24/7
  • TravelBud’s support managers will also check in with you regularly for the duration of your teaching English in South Korea experience.

Lifetime of job placement opportunities

  • Your once-off placement fee guarantees you a lifetime of job placement with TravelBud.
  • If you want to teach somewhere else after your time in South Korea, we will organise job placement for you – as long as you qualify to teach in that country.

Teaching Resources and Support from local teachers

  • Access to online teaching resources such as printable lesson plans and worksheets which will make your job a whole lot easier!
  • There is always a supervisor that teachers can go to for help with their teaching tasks.

What are the other costs involved?

The major initial costs are:

  • Flights
  • Travel insurance
  • Documents

These are variable prices which change constantly and depend on where you are from.

Our support managers will assist you with booking flights, finding the best insurance for you and advising you on all the documents costs involved.

What do I need to budget for?

Bear in mind that you will be spending 1 to 2 months in South Korea before you receive your first paycheck. You will therefore need to budget enough money to see you through this period.

Of course, the amount of money you need depends on your spending habits, but there will be some costs that come up which are unavoidable.

In total, we recommend taking at least $1700 with you to start your teaching journey in South Korea.

However, you might find that you need more money to suit your lifestyle or to buffer unexpected expenses.

Your school will refund you approximately $1000 along with your first paycheck to recoup some of your early expenses. Depending on your school, you might receive this before or with your paycheck.

Take a look through our budget guidelines to see what budget suits your spending habits:[/one_half}

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TOTAL

$540 - $740

Transportation to your placement

Depending on where you are placed, you might travel by bus or train. Our in-country partners will assist you with purchasing your ticket.

$30

Food and Groceries

Cooking at your home (+- $400) will work out much cheaper than eating out (+- $600)

$400 - $600

Traveling using Public Transport

Including weekend travel

$90

Phone Calls & Internet Expenses

Local calls using mobile phones – $23

International Calling Cards – $15

Internet – $13 (South Korea has one of the fastest internet connections in the world!)

+- $20

Budget for 1 month during the in-class TESOL course in Incheon, South Korea

You will also need to take over enough spending money to cover living expenses during your South Korea TESOL course and first month of teaching english in South Korea.

TOTAL

$875

Accommodation Rent

Your accommodation is provided during the TESOL course but you will need to pay rent, which will also cover electricity and water costs. Breakfast ingredients and washing machine will be available at your accommodation.

$350

Educational supplies

Basic supplies will be provided during the course but it will be to your benefit to get creative and add your own materials, at your own cost.

$15

Optional expenses

Nightlife, entertainment, shopping, weekend excursions.

$115

Chat to us if you have questions about budget and spending.

We realise that moving abroad to teach English in South Korea is expensive at first, but remember that with TravelBud your teaching job is guaranteed.

Once you start earning a salary, your living costs will be comfortably covered and you will be able to enjoy your time Teaching and Traveling in South Korea.

TravelBud Staff

We understand it’s hard to take this all in.

With TravelBud, you’ll always be talking to someone who has taught or volunteered abroad before, so you’ll get informed, first-hand advice to guide and prepare you for your experience.

When can I start Teaching English in South Korea?

In-take Dates for online TESOL course participants:

DayMonthYear
7May2018
4June2018
2July2018
6August2018
3September2018
1October2018
5November2018
3December2018

How long is the teaching contract for?

  • Placements are for a minimum of 1 year and can be renewed if you’d like to stay in South Korea for more than a year.

In-Class TESOL in Incheon, South Korea

TravelBud’s NEW in-class, in-country TESOL course and orientation which takes place over a month and provides the same great tailored experience as the online course with the added benefit of:

  • Being trained in South Korea
  • Doing your cultural orientation in-country to get the most authentic and helpful experience
  • Getting to meet your fellow teachers and locals before getting placed
  • Minimizing culture shock as you get to live your first few weeks with fellow participants and program coordinators
DayMonthYear
21January2019
Students receive their internationally accredited TESOL certificate after completed their course in South Korea.

Students receive their internationally accredited TESOL certificate after completed their course in South Korea.

Korea is not all about cold winters and city life, down South is Jeju Island and it makes for a great escape in your time off!

Korea is not all about cold winters and city life, down South is Jeju Island and it makes for a great escape in your time off!

Arrival & Orientation

Pre-departure Support

As you prepare for your trip, TravelBud’s support managers will guide you through:

  • Packing
  • Visas
  • Budget
  • Travel insurance
  • And any questions you might have to help ease any anxieties during the pre-departure process.

Arriving in South Korea

When you arrive in Seoul, you can count on:

  • Airport pick-up
  • Travel assistance to your accommodation

When you arrive in Seoul:

  • Your accommodation will be organised for you.
  • You’ll be greeted by our in-country partners who will facilitate your transport to your accommodation.

Teaching Environment

Your teaching job is guaranteed with TravelBud. You’ll head off to your new job as soon as you’ve completed your TESOL course.

Watch the video below of Marek from Massachusetts, USA, giving an insight into his teaching English experience in South Korea:

Where will I be teaching?

We can place teachers in:

  • Big or small cities
  • South Korea is highly urbanised so even towns with smaller populations will feel quite developed.

You can teach:

  • Kindergarten
  • Primary (elementary and middle)
  • High school

Keep in mind that placements do depend on what jobs are available.

We will always to our best to accommodate your preferences.

A typical public (government) school in South Korea, you’ll find they almost all have the same facade, right down to the clock, placement of flags and even the sculptures!

A typical public (government) school in South Korea, you’ll find they almost all have the same facade, right down to the clock, placement of flags and even the sculptures!

Marek, an English teacher from the USA, in front of his class. Our placements offer both public and private school options.

Marek, an English teacher from the USA, in front of his class. Our placements offer both public and private school options.

Grace with her kids in South Korea.

Grace with her kids in South Korea.

Do schools provide lunches?

Yes, schools provide lunches.

Can I be placed with my friend or partner?

Yes, we can place you in the same town as your friend or partner. You might be teaching in the same school or in nearby schools, depending on the availability of jobs.

What are the working hours?

  • You will generally teach for 16 to 20 hours per week. That’s about 4 or 5 hours a day.
  • School hours are usually from about 8am to 4pm and you will be expected to be at the school for the whole day, but you won’t be teaching all the time.
  • You’ll use your extra time at school to mark, prepare lessons and spend time with the kids.
  • If you teach kindergarten, your teaching hours might be different. This will be communicated to you once your placement has been finalised.

Are there sports or activities after school which I will need to attend?

No, you won’t be required to do anything at school after teaching hours.

What type of school will I teach in?

Job placements are available in public and private schools. Learn about the difference between public and private schools in South Korea on our blog.

South Korean schools are extremely well-resourced and you will have a local teacher to assist you in the classroom.

Your books and teaching resources will be supplied, although you may want to get creative and supplement with your own.

What if I am unhappy with my job? Can I be placed somewhere else?

If you are unhappy and there are clear reasons why the job is not working out for you, TravelBud will place you in a different job.

We have strong relationships with our partner schools and our applicants are generally very happy with their placements.

We are also available 24/7 to chat about how things are going and will check in with you throughout your adventure.

How long is the teaching contract?

Your placement duration is for 12 months or more. Placements are renewable so you can choose to teach English in South Korea for several years if you’d like!

Do I get any bonuses?

Yes, you’ll receive an end-of-contract bonus pay (13th paycheck).

What is the dress code for teaching?

Dress code is smart-casual – collared shirts for men and conservative for women. Covering the shoulders is especially important for women but the length of skirts and dresses is less of a concern.

South Korea kids are generally well behaved and keen learners.

South Korea kids are generally well behaved and keen learners.

Living Environment

How does accommodation work?

Your accommodation will be booked before you head over to South Korea. Your school will organise your apartment on your behalf so you don’t have to worry about finding accommodation.

When you arrive in South Korea, you’ll be picked up from the airport by our in-country partners and they will arrange transport to your accommodation.

Accommodation in South Korea as well as the majority of Asian countries generally consists of a double bed, TV, bathroom with shower, kitchen, desk, and some living space.

Teachers in South Korea are provided with a 1-bedroom apartment which typically includes all of the aforementioned. It is important to note however that apartments in South Korea and most of Asia are very much open planned with one’s bed, TV and sofa often all belonging in one room while.

Here are 3 videos to give you an idea of our past teachers accommodation in South Korea:

Another example of South Korean accommodation.

Another example of South Korean accommodation.

Magda, a biology graduate from Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario in Canada in her accommodation in South Korea.

Magda, a biology graduate Ontario, Canada in her accommodation in South Korea.

Where do I stay if I do the In-Class TESOL course in Incheon?

Your accommodation for your 4-week TESOL course is all pre-booked and sorted for you. Have a look at the photos below to get an idea of the accommodation.

Incheon accommodation. Clean and tidy. Single room options available for an additional fee.

Incheon accommodation. Clean and tidy. Single room options available for an additional fee.

Incheon accommodation. Clean and tidy with everything you'll need for your month long TESOL course.

Incheon accommodation. Clean and tidy with everything you’ll need for your TESOL course.

How much will rent cost?

Rent will vary depending on where you are living, but is subsidised by your school so it is affordable. If you take the in-class TESOL course, the cost of accommodation is $350 payable on arrival.

Will I be living with someone?

If you are placed with a friend or partner, you will be able to live together. Otherwise, your school will organise a bachelor flat for you.

Let us know what your needs are in terms of accommodation and we’ll assist with finding the best living environment for you.

We’re available to talk you through the whole process!

Why Teach English in South Korea with TravelBud?

It can be scary and intimidating traveling to a foreign country and the complex documentation and requirements can be overwhelming and confusing.

We know. We’ve all taught abroad before.

With TravelBud, you’ll always be talking to someone who has taught or volunteered abroad before, so you’ll get informed, first-hand advice to guide and prepare you for your experience.

Pre-departure support

Our support managers will assist with all planning, packing, visas, costs, documentation, booking flights and answering any questions you might have.

24/7 In-country support

Our in-country partners will be available for the duration of your time in Thailand. If you need any assistance or advice, or in the event of an emergency, we’ll be on hand!

Accredited in-class TESOL in South Korea

Job Placement Guaranteed

Lifetime job placement with your once-off program fee

If you’d like to move to another program after teaching in South Korea, we will facilitate this at no cost.

Cultural orientation course

Prepares you for your teaching experience in South Korea and introduces you to Korean history, language, politics and culture.

Accommodation, transport and spending money

Chat to our enrollment coordinators for more specific details about budgeting.

Knowledge and advice

Our enrollment coordinators have all taught abroad and have first-hand insights on our teach abroad destinations and programs.

Flights

Flight and visa assistance

Travel insurance

We'll assist you with the additional purchase of your travel insurance via our insurance partners.

Teaching resources

You’ll have access to a database of lesson plans, worksheets, flashcards and printable materials for your classroom.

Safety

Moving to another country to live and work is a big step and we realise that safety can be a concern.

What do TravelBud staff and teachers say about safety in South Korea?

Our teachers in South Korea (both men and women) report feeling extremely safe in the country. Levels of crime are very low and public services such as transport are very efficient and very safe.

Public transport is efficient and safe to use.

How are the authorities?

The police in South Korea will treat you as well as you treat the law. Petty crimes involving brazen debaucherous behaviour are not tolerated and can be dealt with severely.

Make sure that you stick to the law and you will find the authorities very helpful.

 

Safety Tips

  • Keep an eye on your belongings at the airport when arriving and leaving, as this is one place in the country where petty theft or pickpocketing is sometimes reported.

FAQ

Watch the videos below answering all our frequently asked questions about Teaching English in South Korea.

The videos below are in a playlist, so you can click on the playlist icon in the top left of the video player to scroll through all the questions and answers.

Reviews from our Teachers

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Naturally I was nervous and worried about moving to South Korea, a country I had just heard of in passing.

TravelBud were there for me every step of the way. They responded really fast, and gave me all the information I needed.

I liked that they broke things down for me into manageable bits. It can get really overwhelming if you don’t have anyone guiding you through the process.

Looking back, I am sure that if TravelBud was not there for me I would honestly not be here today. Even though at the time I was based in Tanzania , TravelBud were so good that it didn’t matter where I was. I still got the support I needed. They were so friendly, and caring that they made a process that would otherwise be quite stressful very easy and even enjoyable.

Jessica

Female - Teach English in South Korea

I found the assistance from TravelBud to be excellent. The staff were very helpful and provided me with very valuable information.

At no point did I feel that I could not approach TravelBud with any concerns or questions I had. Their availability to help me at any point was much appreciated.

Saskia Smuts was especially helpful and provided excellent support and information which helped me to make well informed decisions.

I want like to extend my sincerest gratitude to all the staff at TravelBud very their help and assistance in helping me to have an amazing experience Teaching English in South Korea.

Matthew

Male - Teach English in South Korea

Moving to any new country to go work can be terrifying and coming to South Korea is no exception.

I was overwhelmed with the process of getting to South Korea until I was made aware of TravelBud. The TravelBud staff guided me every single step of the way and I was exposed to quality and personal service all along the process.

Their support is also carrying one even now that I am in the country and working. I was very satisfied with their hands on approach in helping me teach abroad and would highly recommend them!

Daniel

Male - Teach English in South Korea

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