Teach English in Korea with Say Kimchi Recruiting
Come taste the Kimchi – you’re in safe hands with us…
My experience with SKR was flawless. I was attracted to them by good reviews on various TEFL forums, and went with them due to their easily navigated, straightforward website. If you’re thinking about giving the teaching in Korea thing a shot, use SKR and it will all be such a breeze.
Then there is SayKimchi. Luckily, I happened upon their website early in my search, and it immediately made a lasting impression on me. Spend even just a little time reading their blog or viewing their videos and pictures and you will undoubtedly find that their mission comes from a place of passion, experience, and love for the places they will assist in sending you to.
You walk down a concrete side walk in a busy city. Cars zip by. Buses burn through red lights. Horns honk. In the middle of the traffic, an ajumma (old woman) pushes an ox cart full of broken-down cardboard…
We’ve placed over 400 teachers in awesome teaching positions and would love to help you find a great job too! Simply fill out our short Application Form to get the ball rolling and we’ll be in touch within 24 hours.
We really don’t like banging our own drum but we have a list of Testimonials from delighted teachers who went to Korea through us and had a great experience. Quite simply; you’re in safe hands with us.
Teach English in Korea
Welcome to Say Kimchi Recruiting! We’ve been placing graduates from around the world in teaching jobs in South Korea since 2009 and absolutely love seeing our teachers living out their adventures like we once did! We know the process inside out and know what to look out for which is why we’ve grown to become one of the most trusted recruiters serving those coming to Korea.
Teaching English in Korea is one of the most rewarding things you could ever do; it not only allows you to experience such an amazing culture, travel the world and meet new friends but it also allows you to save lots of money to pay off student debts, save for a down payment on your first house or just to splurge and enjoy the disposable income! We feel our video pretty much sums up why there are over 20,000 English teachers in Korea – enjoy!