Teaching English in Korea can be fun and challenging, but before you get to Korea, you have to know where you’ll be job hunting, trying to find a good fit.


You've signed up as an ESL Passport Teacher.  Nice!  Now, how do you show potential employers that you are a cut above the rest?


Before you think about what to do, let's think about what NOT to do.


We all know the old saying, “Knowledge is power.”But, for children and adults trying to learn English, the true challenge is not the gaining of knowledge but the ability to share it.