Female full time teacher required to teach TEFL in Daejeon, Korea

Date posted:2008-06-02 | Writer: Queens Story Club | Email: [email protected]

We are excited to present a rare TEFL teaching opportunity to all female native English speaking teachers who are looking to come to South Korea! Our academy Queens Story Club has created a unique environment that is different to the other English academies in South Korea. We take pride in offering an exciting, enchanting, small class sized environment where English is taught to elementary school aged children by reading story books to them. So, if you love stories, then this is a great opportunity for you to take up the chance of teaching English in South Korea. We have created a fun and relaxing way of teaching English that is pleasant and enjoyable for both students and teachers alike. All applicants are welcome to apply for this opportunity to become a part of our proud and supportive team of teachers. Queens Story Club offers:

  • 2,000,000 to 2,200,000 won per month (depends on experience.)
  • Return airfares provided
  • Modern, stimulating workplace environment.
  • Small class sizes, 6 students per class.
  • All teaching curriculum and materials are provided.
  • Furnished accommodation provided. (New and modern with all appliances provided and internet and phone access. Located in the centre of Daejeon, 15 minutes walking distance from the academy. Public transport and shopping centers close by.)
  • 30 working hours per week
  • Immediate start
  • Positions start from June 2008 and are ongoing.
  • 10 days paid vacation plus National holidays
  • Completion bonus (1 month’s salary for 1 years worked)
  • Medical insurance 50%
  • National Pension 50%
Benefits of working for Queens Story Club.
  • Minimum amount of class preparation time needed. Our classes are based on the story books we use.
  • Small class sizes that are easy to handle.
  • All tests are computer based.
  • Extremely supportive work place environment.
Queens Story Club offers continued mentoring support for all of our teachers throughout the entire period of their contracts. We consider it our responsibility to help our teachers with any difficulties they may have, whether it is within the class room, with their employer, the other teachers, coping and surviving in Korea or any other general problems they may come across. You need to have:
  • University degree, minimum BA Degree (This requirement is for visa purposes only. Any degree is acceptable.)
  • TEFL certification preferred.
You need to be:
  • Female
  • Enthusiastic
  • Motivated
  • Like kids
Contact information:
Please email us with an application of interest and some information about yourself and why you are interested in this position
- the address is on the heading page.  I am also available to talk to you over the phone if you would like to have a chat and find out more about the position available (+82 10 4946 0588) Name: Queens Story Club
Contact person: James Lee
Phone Number: +82 10 4946 0588
Address: Nam won plaza building 4th floor, Doon san-dong 1501, Seo-ku, Daejeon, Korea.
Note of referenceMy Name is Eva.  I live and work in Deajeon, South Korea as an English teacher.  I want to personally recommend the available position in Queens Story Club. The school is run by a man named James Lee.  He has had 15 years of teaching experience and is extremely good at what he does. I deal with him all the time and he is really good at offering mentoring support for all his teachers and staff. I would love to personally offer you this opportunity to come and work for "Queens Story Club."  It is a brilliant opportunity for you to come and teach in South Korea and work with an excellent employer who will do his best to make your stay here as enjoyable as possible.  The school has approximately 100 students. There are 2 other foreign teachers in the school and it is a really enjoyable environment to work in.


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.


Unit 11 discusses the reading a listening skills that are important for language learning and gives a brief overview on how to best target these aspects of language. The unit gives an overview of why people read and listen, how people read and listen, and the problems associated with reading and listening. Then, we learn general tips on how to best get students to best learn to read and listen in a new language.From this unit, I feel that I have learnt on how to plan out a lesson plan and to execute it. This is especially important to me as I have no prior experience in setting up a lesson in a classroom setting. The unit also highlighted areas I believe of note namely that of writing your lesson plan with the mindset to prepare another, say substitute teacher for the lesson with the class in the event of your absence.