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Here 3 teaching jobs in Seoul for your review:
This job starts in late September. We are looking for a Kindergarten and elementary school teacher. The location is in Apgujeong, dong, in Gangnam gu, Seoul. It’s close by Apgujeong station, which is the #3 subway line.
The salary range is between 2.1 to 2.4 million KRW per month. How much you qualify for, will be decided after the interview.
The teaching hours are from 9 in the morning until 5 in the evening Monday to Friday.
The school will provide single housing.
Currently there are 6 native English speaking teachers working at the school.
Below is a photo of the Apgujeong district in Seoul. It’s known as the “Rodeo Drive” of Seoul. Shopping and Korean celebrities go hand in hand.
Here’s a map with street views and points of interest for Apgujeong, Seoul.
This job commences in September. You’ll be teaching kindergarten to elementary school kids.
The school is located in Gangnam, Seoul. The closest subway station is Hakdong station on line #7.
The wage is 2.1 to 2.3 million KRW each month.
You’ll teach Monday to Friday from 9 am until 6 pm.
Housing is provided (not shared).
You’ll enjoy 14 vacation days per contract term.
The photo below demonstrates the popularity of “Gangnam Style”, the song made famous by Psye the Korean pop singing sensation makes Gangnam world famous!
This teaching position begins in the middle of September.
You’ll work with elementary to middle school children.
The teaching location is in Joonggye dong, Nowon gu, Seoul.
Compensation is 2.1 to 2.3 million KRW per month
The schedule is weekdays, Monday to Friday from 2:00 pm until 10:00 pm.
The average class size is 12 young learners.
Housing is provided for individual teachers. Currently there are 3 foreign teachers at the school.
In order to apply, please visit our website and at http://www.opportunitykorea.com/a_menu/menu2_11.asp
We’ll need your resume and photograph as part of your application.
Below is a picture of Nowon Culture Street in Seoul, Korea
Here are the documents required for you to obtain your E2 work visa in Korea
We’ll need to know how long it will take you to provide us with these documents below:
- A copy of your university degree with an apostille. If you’re Canadian, your degree must be notarized at a Korean consulate in Canada.
- A copy of your national criminal record check with apostille. Once again, Canadians must have their criminal record check notarized at a Korean consulate in Canada.
- Your passport must be valid for 12 months minimum.
We appreciate your interest in applying through OK Recruiting in Korea.
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OK Recruiting Contact Information
Office phone: (DIR)+ 82-2-415-6743 (REP) + 82-2-415-6740 / in Korea 02-415-6743
Office Location: 3rd floor, 190-5 Jamsil dong, Songpa gu, Seoul, South Korea
Business license number: 215-92-53370
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More Information About Teaching In A Korean Hagwon
Here’s an objective video where a former English teacher in Korea talks about teaching English at Korean hagwons. Alex talks about what you should know and why thousands of foreign teachers teach in Korea. He provides a good introduction if you’ve never taught at a hagwon before.
Click on the image below to see the Cost of Living In Seoul, Korea for food, housing, clothes, transportation, personal care, and entertainment.
Note: Apgujeong dong and Gangnam are both expensive neighbourhoods in Seoul.
Here’s a map to the OK Recruiting office + a street view on Google Maps