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English Teacher Hagwon In Seoul

📍South Korea
💰 Competitive Salary
Flight Reimbursement
Job Description:

Exciting Opportunity: Teach English in South Korea! 🇰🇷🌏

Are you an English teacher looking to teach and travel abroad? Then join our team at Korea’s largest and most prestigious hagwon institution, YBM!

Position: English as a Foreign Language Teacher

Location: Seoul, South Korea

Start Date: TBC (likely September, 2024)

What We Offer:

Competitive Salary: Based on teaching experience.
Accommodation: Provided to ensure a comfortable stay. 
Flight Allowance: Compensation for your airfare.
Cultural Immersion: The chance to experience the rich culture and exciting lifestyle of South Korea.


Education: Bachelor’s degree (in any field) from a recognised university. 
Citizenship: Must hold a passport from an English-native country. 
Certification: TEFL certificate is essential. 
Experience: Previous teaching experience is required. 

Why choose us?

Community: Join a supportive team and make lifelong friends.
Travel: Easily visit nearby countries such as Japan, Vietnam and Thailand.  
Adventure: Explore South Korea’s rich history, cuisine and natural beauty. 

How to Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to Mr Harry Lowery (Head Teacher of YBM ECC) at harrykglowery@gmail.com. Join us in Korea to make a lasting impact on the lives of students and to experience the adventure of a lifetime!

To apply, email harrykglowery@gmail.com

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You need to be from one of the following counties to teach English in South Korea: USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa. If you are not from one of those countries, you can still teach English in most other countries. This requirement is specific to South Korea and school's can only issue visa's to teachers from those listed countries.

Due to the high number of applications the schools receive they may not be able to respond to every application. If you don't hear back from them within a week or so, it's best to move on to the next job.

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