Korean Cities And Provinces

Korean Cities & Korean Provinces Guide


South Korea is made up of 9 provinces and 7 metropolitan cities. Seoul is the capital of South Korea and boasts the largest population of almost 10.5 million people.

There are various uncontrollable factors why we cannot place applicants in every city at all times throughout the year. When we don’t have positions in your desired city we will let you know and offer you a suitable substitute. The smaller cities employ less western teachers than the larger cities so if you want a smaller city please try to be slightly flexible and open to suggestions.

City Symbol Population Brief Description
Seoul is the capital city of South Korea with the greater metropolitan area being home to more than 22 million people. Seoul was home to the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics. Seoul is rich in history and culture and has many annual festivals. Seoul is one of South Korea’s most expensive places to live and serves as the economic engine of the country.

Teach English in Seoul
Visit Seoul – Official Seoul City Tourism
Seoul Metro Transit

Busan, also referred to as Pusan, is South Korea’s second largest city. Busan is home to Busan Port ,one of the worlds largest harbours, and a number of world class festivals and tourist attractions.

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BIFF – Busan International Film Festival
Busan Tourism Center
Busan Transportation Corp

Daegu is South Korea’s third largest city and the self proclaimed fashion capital of the country. Daegu is known for it’s hot summers and trendy markets. Considered to be the home of Korean baseball. Daegu also hosts numerous national and international festivals.

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Daegu Tourism
Daegu Public Transportation

Incheon is South Korea’s fourth largest city and is linked to Seoul by the Seoul Metro. Incheon has been a rapidly advancing city over the past few decades which is why much of the city appears newly developed. Incheon is home to some very unique coastal areas and several annual international festivals and events.

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Incheon Tourism
Incheon International Airport

Gwangju is South Korea’s fifth largest city and is considered one of the major economic, political and cultural centers of South Korea since 57 BC. It’s a very culturaly rich city with home to a large number of festivals and events.

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Gwangju National Museum
Gwangju Metro (Subway)

South Korea’s sixth largest city is Daejeon. Daejeon is the capital of South Chungcheong, and home to Expo 93. Daejeon is centrally located in Korea which provides easy travel routes to other regions in the country. There are many relaxing parks throughout Daejeon.

Teaching English In Daejeon
Daejeon Travel Guide
Daejeon EXPO Park
Daejeon Subway

South Korea’s smallest metropolitan city is Ulsan. Ulsan is situated on the East Sea (also known as the Sea of Japan) and is home to Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium. Ulsan plays host to numerous annual cultural festivals and events and is known for the beautiful beaches off it’s coast. Ulsan is known for being the worlds largest cargo ship builder.

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Ulsan Travel Guide