Teach Spanish in Korea?
Thanks in advance for any info, contacts or websites.19 May 2007, 04:48 George
Any luck finding a place for your Peruvian Husband to teach Spanish abroad? I am in the same boat, and any information that you have found would be appreciated!
James Sarria 12 Jun 2007, 06:17 - Report
try korea!! there's not much native speaker in spanish
but nowdays more and more ppl are willing to learn
spanish including me.. look for getting job in korea
take care!sonrey 29 Jan 2008, 12:16 - Report
I am also interested in teaching spanish in Korea...or English...
I am a Spanish native speaker but my English and French are also fluent...I am just about to finish a fourth year university degree in Ontario - Canada.
if you have any information of where in Korea I can teach please send me the contact!
thanks so much
my email address is
Maria 01 Feb 2008, 06:04 - Report
Hi there! I'm a music major (piano) and my native language is spanish. My english is pretty good (I just finished my master's degree in the US) and I can defend myself in polish and german. I am looking for the same thing or similar. Please e-mail meMark 08 Mar 2008, 11:52 - Report
I would also like to teach spanish in korea during the next summer period. Im a native spanish speaker.
email:pep 06 May 2008, 04:53 - Report
I anyone knows of a school looking for spanish teachers please contact me.
thanks in advance you saved my life.dug 14 May 2008, 02:01 - Report
I am looking for a position teaching spanish or english in Asia, I am a native english and spanish speaker, and I can give you advice, you need to show you can teach, you need quelifications, speaking natively is not enoughCésar 03 Jun 2008, 08:01 - Report
if you know where to apply please send the information too
Albert 03 Jun 2008, 08:03 - Report
I'm also interested in teaching either ESL or Spanish in Korea, I have taught ESL for quite a while now (in Mexico and Hong Kong) and Spanish (in Hong Kong). Spanish is my first language, but I've been bilingual since I was 5 so if you know of anything. Let me know...jpmorcz 18 Jun 2008, 10:35 - Report
The idea of teaching Spanish sounds great. I´ve been teaching English for 6 years already, and I´m a spanish native speaker so I´ll be happy to do in spanish, and in Korea?? even better.
Please send me some information too.
I wonder what happened with the lady with the peruvian husband?Kathia 24 Jun 2008, 08:57 - Report
what! you posted your add and all the responses you've got are to give them information you are requesting and probably haven't found any info because all responses you got are questions!!
sorry to be ucloud 25 Jun 2008, 08:29 - Report
Does anybody knows if there is a page where to fing info in teaching spanish in asia?, for teaching english is easy, just go to teaching Korea and will find a lot of info, but spanish?Francisco Chavolla 26 Jun 2008, 01:38 - Report
Does anybody knows if there is a page where to fing info in teaching spanish in asia?, for teaching english is easy, just go to teaching Korea and will find a lot of info, but spanish?
Please send any information to , and thanks.Francisco Chavolla 26 Jun 2008, 01:40 - Report
no se si me entnderan pero me gustria aprender el koreano mi sueño es ir a vivir en korea si ai elgun professor que enseynase coreano i que sepa español gracias por su atencion
aqui dejo mi msn
^_^sara 05 Jul 2008, 09:47 - Report
hi!! my name´s edwin, im from mexico, im student ungrade of university from colima, my major is management and i would like to find a work in korea because i thinks to go there on december 2008,i wants to teach spanish or english, my english is 70% level but i can teach to someones peoples.
please if u are interesting to me, im going to watting by you mail...
my mail is:L.A.E. Edwin Martinez Moreno 13 Aug 2008, 08:08 - Report
Hy!! my name is Marta! I'm looking for a job in Korea as a spanish teacher. I saw this forum so.. does everybody get a job?? or get an answer about how to find a job?
please send me information at:
Marta 20 Aug 2008, 11:54 - Report
parece que todos estamos solo haciendo la misma pregunta..como contactar o conseguir posibles empleadores de maestros de español en Corea del Sur,yo tengo un nivel avanzado de Ingles,pero segun lo que he leido si no eres Native-Speaker tus posibilidades son nulas.
bueno espero que alguien logre contactar la persona correcta y nos regale la direccion.
Para mientras seguire buscando por toda la web!!!!!!!Rachel 01 Oct 2008, 11:30 - Report
dudes u're all asking the same question and none of u are helping at all hehehe but i'd also like to know something about it, im a spanish speaker but my english level should be advance but cuz im not a native speaker i don't think i could get a job as an english teacher outside of mexico or an spanish country so i'd like to teach spanishcarlos 10 Oct 2008, 07:24 - Report
why teach Spanish in KOREA when you can teach in THE PHILIPPINES?
Hello??cyd 25 Oct 2008, 02:08 - Report
hola como estan mi nombre es edwin soy de peru
y tambien estoy muy interesado en enseñar español en corea , tambien hablo ingles
y tambien estoy pensando viajar a corea del sur
y si es posible enseñar español seria mucho mejor bueno espero que me contacten
este es mi correo electronico
edwin 28 Oct 2008, 03:26 - Report
your f***ing problem its that you have a f***ing peruano husband sweety and no body wants peruanos in their countries so get divorced and you're done tony
31 october 2008, 06:32:46 am
tony you are racist, the world is much bigger than koreaJohn 12 Nov 2008, 04:03 - Report
Hy!! my name is edwin! i am from peru I'm looking for a job in Korea as a spanish teacher. I saw this forum so.. does everybody get a job?? or get an answer about how to find a job?
edwin 16 Nov 2008, 11:57 - Report
THAT´S RIGHT TO TEEACH ENGLISH ABROAD U MUST BE A NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKER, BUT REMENBER SOMETIMES A NON-NATIVE HAS BETTER METHODS TO TEACH ENGLISH.VICTO PORCAYO-FROM MEXICO 02 Dec 2008, 09:19 - Report
I LOVE KOREANAYELI ESPARZA TORRES 24 Dec 2008, 11:05 - Report
I've been searching for a job in Korea as spanish teacher or even a job where there is a need of spanish language, and i found it impossible to find anything.
So i want to try this, if anyone knows where i can apply for a job position in Korea, please contact me at .
I've university degree and actually i'm getting a second a degree.
I dont think this is gonna work, but i still have hope.
More info about me at that email adress.
Thank you, and good luck for all of you that are trying to find something in Korea.Ekimena 06 Jan 2009, 07:44 - Report
Whoever you are Tony with the comments about having a Peruvian husband you are quite simply not worth your life, it's people like you that cause so many of the problems in the world. Get a life, I wouldn;'t p*ss on you if you were on fireMikey 05 Feb 2009, 04:49 - Report
The person who wrote this was looking for an "ANSWER" not for more stupid people asking for the same thing. For all the people writing them comments now I know why they shouldn't get a job... imbeciles
Agatha, is very hard to get a job teaching Spanish in Korea but you can look for it... its always a way to get a job, and more chances if you go to a country who has the 3rd biggest city in the world! if you find the tinniest stupid thing over there, you can find a job or sell your husband's skills somehow. Just go for it. I will do it... no matter what.
And for Tony, Fuk you! U.S. is hated everywhere thanks to people like you. Please kill yourself, cuz a bullet from my piece aint worth it.bernal 24 Feb 2009, 08:57 - Report
it's a very respectable spanish academy in korea
i've been attending for a few months and it's great
they have people all over from ecuador, spain.... etc
and they're looking for new staff members to teach spanish so give it a go!ines 15 May 2009, 01:41 - Report