It may be an incredible experience to teach in South Korea. You get to travel to a different nation and feel as though you're starting a new life.
Teaching in South Korea is a wonderful opportunity if you want to step outside of your comfort zone, save money, and grow as a person as well as a professional. Every day, you will learn something new in both your personal and professional life.
You'll have the chance to explore Buddhist temples buried in the mist of early morning mountain fog, stroll along Seoul's bustling city streets and neon-lit nights, and participate in cultural practices at work and in your social life.
Most English teachers in South Korea need a Bachelor's degree as well as TEFL, TESOL, or CELTA certification. You'll also need an FBI Background Check Apostille for South Korea, as well as an Apostille from your university.
Should you decide to pursue this adventure, I wish you the best and hope you have fond memories that last you a lifetime.