Jobs in Korea For EFL Teachers

Date posted:2018-09-27 | Writer: Gwangmyeong ECC | Email: [email protected]

YBM is the leading English language school in Korea. We have over 70 ECC (English Centers for Children) all over Korea. YBM is a company that you can trust to pay you on time and ensure that all government benefits are being met; Pension, Healthcare, and Severance. Gwangmyeong ECC is currently looking for 2 EFL teachers who are available to start November 1st. Students: kindergarten to middle school aged; 5-13 students per class. Our center is located between line 7 and line 1 around Doksan Station and Gasan Digital Complex Station.


Salary: 2.1 – 2.4 million won depending on experience

Hours: 9-6 or 10-7

Compliance with all government benefits-Pension, Healthcare, Severance

Housing: provided

Vacation: 9-10 vacation days, national holidays according to yearly schedule

Office: work with 3-4 other Native Speakers and Korean co-teachers who speak English

Job security: YBM is one of the largest English language academies in Korea and has been going strong for almost 30 years.

Flight: One way ticket to Korea from your nearest International airport


•Must be a Native level English Speaker from the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, or Ireland.

•Criminal Background Check Apostilled

•Copy of your Diploma Apostilled (TEFL /TESOL)


If you are interested in working at YBM, please send a resume, current photo, and location preference to the email address given on the job heading. Once a school has an opening, we will try to get you placed at the location you requested. If it's not available, we can provide you with other options that suit your needs.

TEL:  82-2-590-7814 (outside of Korea)

          02-590-7814 (inside of Korea)

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.


A great example was shown through the videos, it was a clear example of a good and a bad teacher. In the second video shows how to engage with students and carry on with the study phase. Yet again practice makes perfect, the teachers also make mistakes and learn from it. I would try and take a risk using different ways and activities with my class to see what involves them the best.In this unit I learned about the seven complex future tenses: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, 'be going', and present simple/continous with future meaning. I've gained a clear understanding of each tenses grammatical structures, how they differ from each other and from present tenses in function and useful teaching ideas to activate them.