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gloii serves as a unique focal point for ESL schools in Korea and ESL teachers from Native English speaking countries.

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글로이는 한국의 ESL 학교와 영어를 모국어로 사용하는 ESL 선생님들이 만날 수 있는 가장 최적의 환경을 제공합니다.

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귀사의 채용 공고를 제출해주시면 자동 매칭되는 선생님의 이력서를 이메일로 받아 보실 수 있도록 보내드리겠습니다.

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School Type: Private School vs. Public School

gloii has the recruiting network throughout Korea directly representing thousands of Public and Private schools and able to get you the most established and reputable employers saving your valuable time and energy. Please review the detailed job specification of Private and Public School.


Basic Benefits

Private School

Public School

Monthly Salary

2.1 ~ 3.0 Mil. KRW

2.0 ~ 2.5 Mil. KRW

Working Hours

9am ~ 6pm (Kinder ~ Elementary)

3pm ~ 10pm (After School programs)

8:30am ~ 4:30pm; Monday - Friday

Working Days

Monday - Friday

Monday - Friday

Teaching Hours

30hrs /week

22 ~ 24hrs /week


7 ~ 10 days PLUS 13 ~ 15 National Holidays

21 days PLUS 13 ~ 15 National Holidays

Class Size

10 ~ 15 students/class

25 ~ 30 students/class


Free Single Studio

Free Single Studio


Free Round Tickets

Free Round Tickets


50% Health Insurance, 1 month severance pay

50% Health Insurance, 1 month severance pay, rural placement bonuses (if placed to rural)

Start Dates


March/April; August/September




Generally speaking, instructors in private language schools teach students how to put the English vocabulary and grammar knowledge they already have into practice. In other words, they teach students how to communicate.

Students range in age from about 9-years-old elementary students to adult students.

In addition to teaching communication and conversation classes, instructors often teach test preparation classes, business English classes, and/or writing classes.

The main reasons for those teaching English abroad to choose this type of position are the enthusiasm of the students, the lifestyle afforded by the salary and work hours (on average instructors work from approximately 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm), and the chance to work as part of a diverse group of instructors from all over the English-speaking world.

Our primary client is one of the largest, most professional, and prestigious private language institutes in South Korea. Opportunities exist throughout the country for candidates who wish to teach abroad.


English Teaching Assistants work in public schools alongside regular Korean teachers of English. Their role is to help plan and execute language lessons to students in primary and secondary schools. Additionally, they are often called upon to run English conversation and communication classes for the Korean faculty at their school.

English teaching assistants work regular public-school hours and truly become part of the school faculty. Working as an English assistant is more than just teaching English abroad, it is an outstanding way to experience Korean life and culture, to become part of the local community, and to make a difference in the lives of students and coworkers. Of course, there are also plenty of opportunities to network with other English Teaching Assistants in your area—you will not be alone.

This program is operated by the National Korean government’s Ministry of Education, and opportunities exist throughout South Korea for candidates who wish to teach English abroad.




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