Immediate Job Opening for EFL Teachers in Korea

Date posted:2015-01-21 | Writer: People Recruit | Email: [email protected]

People Recruit is a fully licensed and accredited ESL recruiting company licensed by the Government of South Korea, and has been well established in the ESL recruiting industry since 2002. Currently we have 4 positions for qualified EFL teachers in a school in Gimpo city, Gyeoggi province. Applicants should be available for a mid February start. The job involves 35-40 working hours a week teaching Kindergarten – Elementary school students, for which the salary is 2.1-2.2 million won a month together with single housing.

To Apply:

To set the ball rolling, please email your resume to us at the address given on the job heading, making sure to include a scan of a recent photo of you. Any photos of you teaching would also help if you have them.

Wonny Hwang

People Recruit

Tel:  82.51.644.8906


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've always thought the teacher may adapt and change his/her role, pace, and gesture during the lesson, always depending on the activities and the teaching figure they require. Moreover, the disposition of the class should be also set to ensure the best performing of each of the activities and tasks prepared for the lesson. Now, thanks to this unit, I learned some tips to make all this happen.This unit helped me further my understanding of the various past tenses used in the English language. As a native speaker, I don't recall having learnt the various different tenses in school, as I suppose we tend to pick it up naturally. I therefore gained a lot of confidence having completed this unit, as well as picked up on type of mistakes students might make when learning the past tenses.