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Teaching In South Korea Can Be An Awesome Experience

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Teaching in South Korea can be an awesome experience. You get to travel to another country and feel like you get to start a whole new life.

David, an American teacher in South Korea said, “When I first went to South Korea, I did it because I was tired of living in the United States and just wanted to leave the country for a bit. It’s like when you want to leave school after the 3rd year of high school.

“After living in South Korea for six years, I have a whole new outlook on life. -David”

You just want to get out and can’t wait until the day of graduation. The first year wasn’t much of a cultural shock. The commercial gym seem to be clean. The odd thing in South Korea is they lend you workout clothes and they wash them. In the U.S., they would never do that. The kids are well behaved in the classrooms. Life is different in Busan and Seoul. After living in South Korea for six years, I have a whole new outlook on life. ” Jobs are available in private and public schools but you need qualifications. Getting an English teaching position with either the public school system or private English institutions is fairly simple and usually don’t require certification. You can use programs/organizations like EPIK, GEPIK, and SMOE.

Now, in order to teach in South Korea, one of the requirements is to get your FBI check apostille for South Korea. Most often, they also need your diploma or degree apostille as well.