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Re: Att: F-class visa holders :)
« Reply #20 on: December 20, 2019, 10:40:25 am »
I think finding a teacher is one of the most difficult things for non native speakers.

Two of my students told me they had searched for a native teacher for over a year before they found my page.

Learn Korean. Practice writing short essays in both English and Korean, post them on your page, you'll get calls or emails in no time with people looking for a teacher.

Couple more things. Hire a private accountant and go to the dong office and register a business (consulting), then go to the education office if your planning on teaching kids and get a private tutor license.

Registering a business is cheap and lets you escape some taxes I got back about 1.3 million last year.

T.C.
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Re: Att: F-class visa holders :)
« Reply #21 on: December 20, 2019, 12:06:27 pm »
that's interesting. i don't think you could say that for seoul. there you go, OP, that's a benefit of living in a smaller city- a better ratio of koreans who want to learn english to native speakers