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Q01. Is the tap water safe to drink?
Even though the Korean government insists that they are safe, most of Korean
do not drink it. We usually boil them and many of the offices have them deliver or
they drink filtered water.

Q02. Vaccination
If you are an citizens of U.S., Canada, New Zealand, Australia, or U.K., you do not
Need any vaccination

Q03. Who will pick-me up?
When you arrive at airport, staff member of institute pick you up. If they are far
away from airport, then arrangement for pick up will be made thru limousine taxi
company. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT BEING LOST AT THE
AIRPORT !!!

Q04. Is private tutoring allowed?
No, the contract does not allow you to do any side tutoring. If you get caught,
contract can be terminated and deported to your country.

Q05. Is there fee for recruiting service?
No, there is no charge whatsoever. However, you do have to pay for yourself
costs such as getting your degree notarized, sending express mail, etc.

Q06. Living cost?
Generally, Korea’s living cost is not much high as other countries, but city of seoul
can be expensive depends on where you live.
Most of teachers do earn enough money to save and enjoy in korea at the same
Time.

Q07. How do I apply?
Click here !!

Q08. Teaching experience required?
No, it is not, however it can be plus for you when you negotiate salary with institutes.
The Institute will also provide you training you need as well as teaching materials

Q09. What are the accommodation like?
Normally, institute will provide you with single or shared apartment. Apartment will be fully furnished. You will have your own bedroom

Q10. What are the classes like?
Normally each class will have 10-15 students ranges from 5-14 years old. Each class is about 40 or 50 minutes. (40 mins class->40 classes/week, 50 mins Class->30 classes/week)

Q11. What is the weather like?
Korea has 4 distinctive seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter.
Spring and autumn have very pleasant weather. Very good for outdoor activities
or exercises. Summer can be hot, sticky with temperature going up to 35 degrees
Celsius in some parts. Winter can also be cold with chilly wind coming from
North, but length is getting shorter and shorter due to global warming. It does
snow here during winter season. Good for the skiers.

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