Adventure Teaching - Abroad in South Korea

Transitioning to live and work abroad as an English Teacher can be challenging. We’re here to take away from the scary and add to the adventure.

There’s no reason to beat around the bush on this one: moving to live and work overseas as an English teacher can be a challenging transition. You’re going to need all the honest information you can get your hands on! What’s better than drawing upon the experience of people who have been there and done that – literally.

The Adventure Teaching team strives to give our English teachers the right tools to help you make a well-informed decision, and give you the information that you’ll need as you step into your new adventure. From getting a visa to finding a paid teaching position, from understanding cultural norms to finding the right cell phone for your needs – we know what we’re talking about.

Our Info Center for teaching in China is almost ready, so keep checking back. For now, please visit this page for more information on China. Feel free to email us for the details, too! We’re happy to help in any way we can.

A lot of people ask about going overseas with another person. Yes, it is possible to teach abroad with someone else! The adventure of living and working in East Asia is only made better when you can share it with a friend or loved one. For more information on applying with a friend/partner/spouse, please see the last category under Working in Asia.

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact us at apply@adventureteaching.com or called us at 1-604-559-8408 and we’ll help you out (we also have a toll free number: 1.866.473.4544).

Photos: South Korea

First Steps in South Korea

Life in South Korea

Housing in South Korea

Language in South Korea

Healthcare in South Korea

Types of Teaching Positions in South Korea

Taxes, Utilities, Pension, and Other Salary Deductions

Communication Options in South Korea

Cultural Sensitivity in South Korea