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TALK Program Korea - Teach & Learn in Korea

The TALK program is for western students who have completed 2 full years of university education and are looking to take a gap year (6-12 month terms) in South Korea. If you’ve already graduated with a bachelors level degree (or greater) and you’re looking for full-time paid teaching jobs that are funded by the Korean government then please visit our EPIK Program page.

Please be advised: Gone2Korea does not recruit for the Talk Program in Korea. We have added some limited information and outgoing links to help those who are interested; however, we do not represent this program nor are we familiar with the specifics of the program.

Program Description: The Teach and Learn in Korea (Talk) Program invites young, adventurous college students and recent graduates to teach English to elementary school students living in the rural areas of South Korea. Funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, the Talk Program aims to cultivate a strong desire to learn English through the use of innovative and engaging classroom teaching methods designed by the program's participants. While teaching, participants will have the opportunity to learn about the many facets of Korean culture and find time to travel to distinct regions of the Korean peninsula. Talk is the perfect program for those who desire to be global leaders, who seek to gain personal and professional enrichment through teaching, and who are highly adaptable to new environments.


What's the difference between EPIK and TALK

EPIK Program
TALK Program
Bachelors degree or greater
Associates degree or 2 full years of university education
Monthly Salary 1.8 - 2.7 million KRW 1.5 million KRW (Capped)
Countrywide & all major cities Rural areas only
Duties Full time English teacher After school program teacher
Accommodation Furnished private apartment Home Stay
Airfare Provided Provided
If you’re interested in applying for a cultural exchange with
Talk then please visit the Talk Homepage for details.
Talk Program Korea
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