Immediate Opportunity in Korea Teaching EFL

Date posted:2017-10-26 | Writer: YBM ECC | Email: [email protected]

YBM ECC is currently looking for EFL teachers to work at one of our branches starting in November. YBM is one of the largest English Centers for Children (ECC) in Korea with over 70 schools throughout Korea. Every ECC has between 5-10 different English Teachers from other countries. We have an established curriculum that is constantly evolving to accommodate the most recent advances in ESL methodology, curriculum development and pedagogy. We offer a secure job and ensure that you get all the benefits required by law (pension, healthcare, severance).

You will be teaching students ranging from kindergarten to elementary school with classroom sizes between 4-12 students.  There are about 26 teaching hours a week, and times are usually between 9am-6am.  It's an 8 hour block.          


Salaries range from 2,100,000 -2,300,000 million won per month depending on experience. 

All government benefits will be provided which include health insurance, pension, and severance pay. 

Housing is provided, (non-shared)

One way airline ticket to Korea.


You must be eligible for the E-2 Visa to work in Korea, have a Bachelors degree in any field, and a clean criminal record. A TEFL qualification is a distinct advantage.


Email the following documents to the address given on the job heading:  

• Your Resume

• Your photo

Extra Information:

We are one of the largest English Academies in Korea.  If you would like to work and visit Korea, YBM is definitely a safe way to do it.  These positions being offered are for November right now, but we do hire all year round.  If you are interested in a different time, please contact the email listed in this post.

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.


This unit acted as a way for virtual insight as to how a typical ESL classroom is conducted. It allowed for novice teachers get a feel for how a teacher shoumd lead a classroom and how students will typically respond. I would suggest this unit be modified to provide a lesson plan in the beginning as the editing of this video is not the clearest in regards to content and teacher intent.This unit on conditional and reported speech has aptly tackled an aspect of English grammar that can be a bit confusing. The teaching ideas provided are helpful and interesting. Learners of English as second or foreign language make errors when using the conditional and reported speech. It is therefore important to teach this aspect of the English grammar to their better understanding.