South Korea -the country cloaked in rich history and traditions, the runway of many fashionistas, and of the epicenter of an assortment of electronic, hip-hop, rock, and R&B sounds otherwise known as K-Pop. Dine out on incredible dishes as well as having a sip or two of Soju.  South Korea wants you to teach English and experience all South Korea has to offer on a paid TEFL internship. Here is a Webinar about our Internship in South Korea to find out a lot of information.

Find out more about a paid TEFL internship in South Korea.

Did you know South Korea is also home to the fastest internet in the world? Can you imagine no loading time nonsense when googling the South Korean specialty restaurant to eat at! Ahh, bliss?

Are you eligible for an internship in South Korea?

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • TEFL Certificate (included)
  • Criminal Background Check (from all countries lived in over 18)
  • Passport from Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand
  • In good health, mentally and physically
  • Availability for one year minimum
  • Enthusiastic and flexible on preferences

If you meet the above criteria, apply now. If not, you can check out our other internships abroad.

Check the reviews for this amazing internship!

Sam WardKorea is the most amazing place for TEFL teachers, the good salary means I can do loads of sightseeing on days off and I also save a few hundred each month too. I plan to make the trip to jeju island soon and do the submarine tour. I teach in the afternoons and evenings so in the morning I go to the gym and make the most of every morning.

Carrie Bright : I wasn’t sure if I wanted to stay for a whole year in one place but now I am wondering if I can leave after just 12 months. I have a great group of friends and love my routine here. The kids are incredible and I feel proud of how much they’ve learned. Korean culture is gentle and the people are so nice here, I really feel at home. Thank you!

Discover more about our internship and how to teach in South Korea here:

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