Find a Job Teaching English in Korea Through the Red Dragon Diaries
Three years have come and gone. I’m still here in Korea, and my time here has been filled with so many events and happenings, I can’t even begin to recall them.
One thing is for sure though, I started this blog while I was sitting in my dorm room for orientation and somehow I kept it going this long. I also made a bunch of videos on YouTube. If there’s one thing that the blog and YouTube channel did is they brought in many questions and comments from prospective teachers about how they too could get started teaching abroad in a country like South Korea.
Along the way I would give my most honest and accurate feedback about all things teaching. This included how to find a recruiter, completing applications, money, contracts, and many more. As time went on I realized that it would make fielding questions much more complete if I just offered a venue for actually finding a job.
On my Facebook page, I’ve posted random job openings and the response I received was greater than nearly all my blog and video posts! That’s humbling. LOL.
So recently, I teamed up with a licensed recruiter in Gangnam, Seoul to list new job openings on my site including both EPIK and private opportunities. This has been met with incredible response from people out there seeking employment in Korea.
If you’re interested in teaching abroad, please do check out my Find a Job page to see if there is something of interest to you. If there isn’t anything on this partial list of opportunities, please do send me your resume and (2) photos and I will work with my associate in Seoul to find an opportunity fitting your interests and credentials.
As always, thanks so much to everyone who reads and watches the Red Dragon Diaries. It means the world to me.
Here are some other helpful videos to get you started on your way.
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