13 years ago or more I went up near Seoul to interview a Canadian hagwon owner. It was a good interview loaded with helpful advice for anyone thinking of teaching in Korea. He offers some good advice for teaching in Korea and some tips on how to find a good hagwon in Korea.
So I recently made a few shorts from that interview.
Here's the first where he talks about...
How much money can you save teaching in korea?
Here's another where he talks about...
Where to teach English in Korea?
This is good info for other countries too. Like what kind of personality do you have and is a big city right for you?
Watch the full interview.