South Korea is located in Eastern Asia, southern half of the Korean Peninsula bordering the Sea of Japan and the Yellow Sea. It has wide coastal plains in west and south. South Korea has an incredible record of growth and integration into the high-tech modern world economy.

If you’re looking to put yourself outside of your comfort zone, save some money and grow as a person as well as a professional, teaching in South Korea provides a wonderful opportunity. With a culture almost completely opposite than that of a Western one, you will constantly be confronted by something completely new to you. Discover Buddhist temples hidden in the mystery of early morning mountain fog or walk through Seoul’s bustling city sidewalks and neon-lit nights.

Average Monthly Salary
US $1800 – $2000
Average Monthly Cost Of Living
Overall, the cost of living in South Korea is very cheap, but keep in mind that if you live in a bigger city, the cost can get a bit more expensive.
Peak Hiring Times
March and September
Visa Requirements
Apply for an E-2 visa through your school
Australian Government Travel Advice
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