Fantastic TEFL Job in Korea

Date posted:2013-08-27 | Writer: English Paradise Institute | Email: [email protected]

Greetings Job Seekers! My name is Chris and I am the co-owner of the English Paradise Institute in Sa-chang, South Korea. We are currently looking for an EFL teacher to start working in October or November. We teach only 4 days a week (Monday-Thursday) from 3pm-9pm. At the English Paradise Institute our primary concern is our students and their focus on learning English. We have a student to teacher ratio of 5 students to 1 teacher in every class. Our students are mostly elementary school students but we do have a few middle school and kindergarten students.

Sa-chang is a small town in the southern part of South Korea. There are hourly buses to Gwang-ju (population: 1.47 million) which is only 40 minutes away. Gwang-ju has everything you could ask for in a big city: nightlife, western establishments, department stores, discount stores, etc.

Job Information: 
Salary- 2.1-2.2 million won per month, depending on experience 
Travel- flight to Korea reimbursed after arrival + return airfare 
Accommodation- fully furnished apartment, only a 15 minute walk from work Hours- Monday through Thursday, 2pm to 9pm (Teaching hours are 3pm-9pm) 
Students- Kindergarten to Middle School 3rd grade 
Paid Vacation- 10 days in the summer, plus public holidays. 
Severance- equal to one month's salary

1. Native level English speaker with TEFL or equivalent qualification
2. B/A or B/S Degree Holder or Higher 
3. USA, CA, UK, AU, NZ, SA passport holders eligible to live in South Korea for 12 months at a time

If you are interested please send your resume and a scan of the first page of your passport to the email address given on the job heading.


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


I learnt how to use grammar and sentence correctly ,because you just cannot construct sentence without using the rule that mentioned and discussed I also learnt things that i never encounter or might part of my lesson taught at school before but didn't store on my memory , such as; 1. noun have many types, 2.the similarity of present participle and gerund 3. the transitive and intransitive verbI learned that there are various kinds of beginners and there are ways of teaching skills for each kind. There are many kinds of beginners such as the absolute beginner, the false beginner, the adult beginner, the young beginner and etc.. I was surprised to know that I can even teach Business English after learning this lesson. It helped me how to approach students with effective teaching skills.