Gyeonggi-do has a massive urban population that’s approaching the 14 million people mark. When Seoul and neighboring city Incheon are included, cities which are inside of Gyeonggi but operate independently with metropolitan city status, the region has a whopping 25.5 million residents, one of the largest mega-metropolitan areas in the world. Its name, Gyeonggi, literally means ‘the area surrounding the capital’ which essentially translates to ‘province surrounding Seoul’.
The provincial symbols include the White Dove which symbolizes world peace and unity within Korea and the Gingko tree which symbolizes longevity with prosperity.
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Gone2Korea is your connection to full-time teaching jobs in South Korea. Western graduates, primarily from the US, Canada, UK, and Australia, use our services to secure jobs with trusted Korean schools, and schools use our services to find and hire enthusiastic teachers from the West.
Worth noting: We’re not a job ‘sourcing’ agency or recruiter that finds new schools on the fly. On the contrary, we work with a select group of schools and programs that we know and trust.
In addition to helping you land a job, we’ll also be helping you with your work visa, departure, arrival, and offering support for the entirety of your contracted term.
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