Welcome to Gone2Korea Recruiting, a leading ESL job placement service for adventurous graduates who are interested in teaching English in Korea.

Document Requirements

There are numerous documents to attain in order to land a job and work visa in Korea. Our advice, don’t wait to secure your documents if you’re serious about teaching English Korea. Making preparations to secure your documents sooner than later is strongly advised. 


Do I need a TEFL certification?

Whether you need to get TEFL certified or not depends on two variables; the type of job you plan on pursuing and your other teaching credentials or lack thereof. If you have an unrelated major and no full-time classroom teaching experience then you’ll need to get your TEFL for many of the jobs available. 


Seoul Private School – Seocho District

Elementary Students, Gyeonggi, July 2016, K1 Students, Private School, Seoul, Seoul Metro, Teaching Jobs, Urban Area

Seoul Private School (2 vacancies)

Elementary Students, K1 Students, Private School, Seoul, Seoul Metro, Teaching Jobs, Urban Area

Changwon City Private School

August 2016, Changwon, Elementary Students, Gyeongnam, July 2016, K1 Students, Middle School Students, Private School, Teaching Jobs

Provincial Offices of Education

August 2016, Chungbuk, Chungnam, Elementary Students, EPIK Program, Gangwon, Gyeongbuk, Gyeonggi, Gyeongnam, High School Students, Jeju, Jeonbuk, Jeonnam, Middle School Students, Public School


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