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Teaching Jobs in Korea

+ When possible, apply 4-6 months in advance
+ All jobs are full-time English teaching jobs
+ All job contracts are for 12 months
+ Contracts may be renewed indefinitely

2025 Spring Start Teaching Jobs in Korea

Depart mid-February and start working on March 1st 2025

The Spring 2025 intake hasn’t started yet. The Fall 2024 intake is currently open! 

You can still apply now! Although it’s a little early to assist you with Spring 2025 teaching jobs, you can still submit your application so it’s ready to go once we get started. We’ll begin working with Spring intake candidates in the Fall of 2024.

Summer Start - 2024 Teaching Jobs in Korea

Depart mid or late May and start working on June 1st 2024

The Summer intake has ended, the Fall intake is now open!

2024 Fall Start Teaching Jobs in Korea

Depart mid or late August and start working on September 1st 2024

We are currently accepting applications for the Fall 2024 hiring period!

Seoul
Job Notes

Seoul is competitive. Lots of jobs but many requests.

Students: Pre-K, Kindergarten, elementary, middle and junior high

Schools: SLP, ECC, Avalon, Langcon, Twinkle, Maple Bear, CDL, Lotis, POLY, i-Garten, April, Little America, and more!

Gyeonggi
Job Notes

Very urban, close to Seoul, amazing public transportation options.

Students: Kindergarten, elementary, middle school and junior high

Schools: SLP, Avalon, Genesis, Rise, CDL, April,Twinkle, Maple Bear, Little America, i-Garten, POLY, ECC and more!

Incheon
Job Notes

Noticeably modern, world class transportation, next to Seoul.

Students: Kindergarten, elementary, middle and junior high

Schools: Avalon, SLP, ECC, Langcon, CDL, i-Garten

Daejeon
Job Notes

A friendly big city that isn’t bustling at the seams. A short distance from Seoul.

Students: Kindergarten, elementary, middle school

Schools: SLP, April, CDL, i-Garten

Daegu
Job Notes

Korea’s most underrated city. Lots of entertainment options, super friendly people.

Students: K1, elementary, middle school

Schools: SLP, POLY, CDI, April, i-Garten

Busan
Job Notes

Korea’s second largest metropolis. Jobs in Busan are competitive!

Students: K1, elementary, middle and junior high school

Schools: Avalon, SLP, CDI, i-Garten, April, other

Sejong
Job Notes

The new de facto capital of Korea, located just north of Daejeon

Students: elementary, middle school students

Schools: POLY, CDI, April

Rural Areas
Job Notes

Small and medium sized cities from coast to coast!

Students: K1, elementary, middle school

Schools: Reading Town, SLP, Kids Club, CDI, POLY, April, Lykeon

Cheonan
Job Notes

Korea’s second largest metropolis. Jobs in Busan are competitive!

Students: K1, elementary, middle and junior high school

Schools: SLP, CDI, i-Garten, April, POLY

Changwon-Mason
Job Notes

An underrated city. Super friendly people, good entertainment options.

Students: K1, elementary, middle school

Schools: SLP, CDI, April, i-Garten

2024 Winter Start Teaching Jobs in Korea

Depart mid-November and start working on December 1st 2024

The Winter 2024 hiring period hasn’t started yet. Please check back in the Summer of 2024 for updates.

You can still apply now! Although it’s a little early to assist you with Winter 2024 teaching jobs, you can still submit your application so it’s ready to go once we get started. We’ll begin working with Winter intake candidates in July.

Job Board Q&A

Jobs come up and get filled all the time, and usually rather quickly. It’s difficult to keep a job board updated when schools are interviewing numerous candidates and candidates are applying to multiple positions.

March 1st and September 1st are the two primary hiring periods annually (the start of the first and second school semesters). All schools tend to have job vacancies during these two periods. There’s a decent number of jobs that start June 1st and December 1st as well (the mid-way points of the semesters). Off month jobs also exist but on a much smaller scale.

Applying to multiple listings really isn’t necessary because your application will end up in the same place with our coordinators. Additionally, there’s an option to input additional location preferences on the form. For example, if you apply to a Seoul job post, but are also interested in Gyeonggi and Incheon, then simply input those additional locations when you’re applying.

We often have ASAP teaching jobs available in various cities across Korea. In order to qualify for an ASAP job you’ll need to have your primary visa documents at your disposal. This includes:

Your Bachelors Degree: must be notarized and authenticated with an apostille (if you’re American, British or Australian) or, government authentication and consulate stamp (if you’re Canadian)

Your Background Check: must be authenticated with an apostille (if you’re American, British or Australian) or, government authentication and consulate stamp (if you’re Canadian)

How to apply for an ASAP job? 

Just complete the online application form and enter ‘ASAP’ or ‘todays date’ in the field that asks for your earliest date of availability. Our coordinators will do the rest!

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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.

Prior teaching experience and related degrees are NOT prerequisites for teaching in Korea. Here’s what you’ll need in order to qualify.

Korean schools and programs offer western English teachers highly competitive benefits packages which includes: