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Knowledge Source seeks and Educator to Teach English in Korea
All Majors
Korean cities, The Republic of Korea
UMBCworks ID# 9196567

Do you have or will you soon get a Bachelors Degree? Would you like an opportunity to live in a foreign country teaching English! If so you should seriously consider this opportunity.

You can research this opportunity at the following site:

Make sure to fill out the application at:

We are a group that recruits North Americans to teach English as a second language (ESL) in Korea. There's a high demand for English teachers in Korea and a very exciting and enriching experience awaiting you if you are chosen to teach. Korea is has the world's 11th largest economy and has a 99% literacy rate. Major world players such as Hyundai, Samsung and LG keep the demand for English extremely high.

What makes us unique is the fact we are based in the United States and can expedite your application in addition to our availability to help you with your questions and needs. Korea offers a wonderful opportunity to meet interesting people, to travel abroad and to experience rich, fascinating culture.

Your roundtrip airfare, housing and medical insurance are all paid for by your employer. You get a generous salary, paid vacation, paid national holidays and a one month salary bonus at the end of your year-long contract. You should have enough money left over to travel throughout Korea and other parts of Asia such as Japan and China. Your year of teaching promises to be a memorable and satisfying one.

Please read more about how you can meet the requirements and how we help you get the most out of your goals. We do not charge for our services. In addition, you don't have to speak Korean to teach in Korean schools. Most Korean students speak some English, and there are excellent translators available. We are interested in teachers who teach conversational English, not a technical treatment of the language.

South Korea is a safe country. Guns are licensed only periodically, and the crime rate is low. Seoul, the largest city in Korea, has a lot of Western influence, but still retains the unique and rich Korean history and culture.

Let us hear from you. We'd be delighted to mail you a detailed brochure. We're based here in the United States to provide fast, efficient and always courteous service for your questions and needs.


Yeonsoo Chung, Ph.D.
Managing Director
North American Operations
Knowledge Source

(865) 384-1578
P.O. Box 51121
Knoxville, TN 37950


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