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No complaints, so far so good! I have been teaching kindergarten and elementary students in Incheon since February and love every minute of it. The job is challenging but rewarding and I am learning new things about myself every day. Gone2Korea was definitely the right choice for me, my coordinator was very helpful and made my transition into South Korea completely pain free! [more testimonials]

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Teaching English in Korea starts here!

Welcome to Gone2Korea Recruiting, a leading ESL job placement service for adventurous graduates who are interested in teaching English in Korea. Whether you're searching for information, looking for resources, or prepared to start a teaching job in Korea, you can rest assured that our friendly staff is here to help. All Gone2Korea services are free of charge and new job opportunities with trusted public school programs and recognized private schools are available throughout the year. If you’re ready to teach English in Korea then you’ve come to the right place! learn more
Gone2Korea works with hundreds of qualified teachers annually; there’s an abundance of ESL jobs in Korea for adventurous teachers with credentials. If you’re ready to teach in Korea then we’d love to hear from you! more info
Previous experience or related degrees are not prerequisites for teaching in Korea. South Korean employers hire thousands of first time instructor’s every year. Let us be your guide to working abroad! more info
Applying 5-8 months before the spring and fall hiring sessions commence will provide you with the most job options. Most schools hire new English teachers for the start of each semester - applying early is advised! more info

Come Teach English in Korea – Get Started

Gone2Korea makes it easy! When you’re ready to begin simply complete our online application form & wait for one of our ESL teacher coordinators to contact you. Once communication is established a friendly Q&A session will be scheduled & you’ll receive a number of useful info-packs and manuals from your respective representative. Successful applicants can expect valuable resources, professional guidance and friendly correspondence throughout the entire duration of the process. Note: You do NOT require your visa related documents (criminal record check and diploma) in order to start the application process; most candidates acquire these materials after they’ve applied.

If you need more information then we encourage you to browse our site. is one of the most comprehensive and dynamic resources on the web with a wealth of information specific to living and teaching English in South Korea. If you have any concerns about teaching abroad then don't hesitate to get in touch with us at your convenience.

ESL Jobs & Notice Board – Teaching Jobs in Korea

We don’t list all job vacancies online. New positions open up quite frequently and many of these vacant ESL jobs are filled at the discretion of our recruitment coordinators with candidates who have already submitted an application to teach.

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