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*Only Native English Speakers from USA/CANADA/NEW ZEALAND/AUSTRALIA/SOUTH AFRICA/UK/IRELAND may apply (due to Korean visa regulations); must have a minimum of a 4yr Bachelor's Degree from a university

- F2, F4, F6 Visa holders, Part time or Full time
- Job Location : Seoul (Sungdong-gu, dobong-gu, seongbuk-gu, jungrang-gu)
- Start Date : 6/3
- Working Hours : 12:00pm ~ 5:30pm M~F (3-5 classes/day)
- Students Age : Elementary
- Monthly Salary : 2.5 ~ 2.8 milion won (depends on qualifications) full time; Mon/Wed/Fri - 3 days a week 1.5~1.8 mill won; Tues/Thurs - 2 days per week 1.0~1.2 mill won
Daily compensation rate : 120,000~140,000KRW

Please email your resume and application photo of yourself to a1recruiting0@gmail.com. Thank you! ^^


  Why are these jobs limited to F visas only?


  • oglop
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1896

    • August 25, 2011, 07:24:54 pm
    • Seoul
because your e2 sponsor has to be the same as your workplace. these after school jobs are based in public schools, but the contract is with a company in a different location

also, after school jobs are the worst so you aren't missing out


  • SanderB
  • Super Waygook

    • 410

    • June 02, 2018, 06:25:54 pm
    • Gouda cheese Be Best cheese
Weren't they setup to remediate the monopoly of the hakwons? As in parents could let their kids stay at school instead of sending them off to expensive hakwons. Why have they suddenly become the worst places to work at nowadays?
Fiat voluntas tua- All that you want is allowed


also, after school jobs are the worst
I keep hearing this. What makes them so bad, exactly?


  • Savant
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1917

    • April 07, 2012, 11:35:31 pm
also, after school jobs are the worst
I keep hearing this. What makes them so bad, exactly?

Always heard that it became a glorified babysitting service because of the low tuition fee.


Always heard that it became a glorified babysitting service because of the low tuition fee.
Sounds like my full-time middle school job:P

Same pay for half the hours? I might start looking into these after school gigs in earnest


  • Savant
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1917

    • April 07, 2012, 11:35:31 pm
Always heard that it became a glorified babysitting service because of the low tuition fee.
Sounds like my full-time middle school job:P

Same pay for half the hours? I might start looking into these after school gigs in earnest


I think the student rabidity increases in AS.


  • oglop
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1896

    • August 25, 2011, 07:24:54 pm
    • Seoul
also, after school jobs are the worst
I keep hearing this. What makes them so bad, exactly?
you always teach the worst students, companies will rip you off at every chance (not pay you on time, word contracts differently in english than in the korean part, etc), you won't be supplied with basic stuff (e.g. board markers, pens), books are never the suitable level, you'll be blamed if students drop out, you'll be blamed if students don't like it (so, students have power over your job), no job security (i've lost a job because of company going under half way through the year), having to find a new position every year - and it always being a disorganised shit show, having to change your schedule twice a year (from afternoons to mornings) which fucks up your other part time jobs, etc etc etc

not worth the stress in my opinion. get a job where you're actually respected

« Last Edit: April 25, 2019, 04:13:49 pm by oglop »


  • Cyanea
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1054

    • September 04, 2016, 01:48:24 pm
    • Las Vegas
must have a minimum of a 4yr Bachelor's Degree from a university

Not true. A 3-year Bachelors degree is the norm and is accepted by immigration.

If you really do insist that the BA be 4 years, then you're eliminating most candidates because 3 year degrees are the norm in UK, Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.

I wish recruiters would stop repeating this 4-year canard, because you might actually be putting off some applicants who don't know better.

also, after school jobs are the worst
I keep hearing this. What makes them so bad, exactly?
you always teach the worst students, companies will rip you off at every chance (not pay you on time, word contracts differently in english than in the korean part, etc), you won't be supplied with basic stuff (e.g. board markers, pens), books are never the suitable level, you'll be blamed if students drop out, you'll be blamed if students don't like it (so, students have power over your job), no job security (i've lost a job because of company going under half way through the year), having to find a new position every year - and it always being a disorganised shit show, having to change your schedule twice a year (from afternoons to mornings) which fucks up your other part time jobs, etc etc etc

not worth the stress in my opinion. get a job where you're actually respected

Agreed. I would also add the following:

1. Having zero, zero disciplinary options for even the very worst behaved kids. Watching them wreck your carefully planned lessons at will, then being victimized by the company, parents and school if you try to do anything to control a bad student.

2. Being blamed for everything and anything by your Korean co-teacher, who is the only channel of communication to the company and whose main aim is to safeguard her job by making herself look good at your expense.

3. Having to be the lowest in the chain and having to please everyone, all the time. Lets see, you have only one unexpected meeting to make a good impression on the school principal 24/7 or they will not renew you. Then you have to have good chemistry with the co-T or they will badmouth you to the company. Then you have to please every last mother. Most of all you have to please every student, including the most horrific and abusive children, because if you don't they will simply make up stories to their mothers who will complain to the company. In reality the most degenerate students run the show. You have no voice and no say in anything, at all.

They're just horrendous jobs and they won't improve until the company and schools actually LISTEN to what the foreign teacher has to say occasionally.
Catch my drift?


  • oglop
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1896

    • August 25, 2011, 07:24:54 pm
    • Seoul
yep all true, except for the korean co-teacher part. maybe i've just been lucky and always had really nice korean co-teachers. although half the time the nice ones end up quitting half way through because they can't deal with all the bullshit