Wednesday, January 12, 2011

The bad part of teaching English in Korea

Sooner or later, anyone who doesn't have a college degree or highly sought after skills and wants to live in another country considers teaching English. If you are properly TEFL certified (and particularly after you get some experience under your belt), there are many places in the world you can travel to. Currently, South Korea is the "hot spot" for the TEFL community because a relatively "modern" (by Western standards) culture and often TEFL teachers make good money.

However, at least one individual begs to differ.

From my research this seems pretty extreme, but the various incidents described can happen.


  1. Indentured servitude lives!

  2. I heard that's why you don't go for hagwons and instead look for public schools.