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Teach Live & Thrive in Korea

The time-saving tools and info to escape your current drag & start your K-adventure teaching English in Korea successfully.

Watch the video to learn about this amazing course + mentorship program!

Be prepared BEFORE you get there!

Don't make the mistake of depending on your employer for proper training and preparation.

What you'll learn in this course:

  • How to optimize your application for the Korean market
  • How to create a lesson plan for your application & beyond
  • Gain an arsenal of classroom games, resources & activities
  • Avoid “foreigner” mistakes and embarrassing moments (K-culture cheat sheet)
  • Make a great 1st impression at your new job..even earn brownie points!
  • Prepare mentally for the infamous CULTURE SHOCK
  • Confidently choose and & sign a contract that is a fit for YOU
  • Transition smoothly: packing list, must-have apps, best Facebook groups/sites to join
  • Money Matters: How much money to bring, budgeting and saving $ in Korea


Class Curriculum



 

Benefits of this program:

✓ First-hand insight

✓ Passionate mentor

Guidance & advice about life and jobs in Korea

Accountability during application process

✓ Mental & Emotional support

What do people I've worked with say about me?

"Tonya as a teacher is a treat. She loves to elaborate on everything and she always explains something whenever you have questions. She really loves her job and I believe she's really passionate at what she does. I am satisfied with her class."

- Tamara Brown, TaLK Program applicant

"When I made the decision to teach English in South Korea I was extremely excited but also extremely nervous. I had no idea what to expect and how I would survive for a year in a completely different country where I didn't even speak the language. Tonya helped to ease all of my fears and worries. She was there for me during the application process giving me tips on what documents I needed and where I needed to go to get them. She also provided an abundance of information on what to expect culturally and tips for the classroom. She was awesome! Thank you Tonya!!"

- Dana Rogers, TaLK Program Scholar

"Before this program, I was extremely nervous and overwhelmed because I had never done this kind of thing before. Sometimes it can be a long and stressful process but I'm glad that I found this program. We went over things like the application, class management tips, culture, interview tips, and even other ways to find a job besides the popular ones ( EPIK, GEPIK etc.). Before the program i had no idea how to even write a lesson plan but she went through my lesson plan and my essay and told me things that can be improved. I am glad that I found this program because I am definitely a lot less overwhelmed and I know what to expect and prepare for when making this move."

- Jazmine Burnam, EPIK Program applicant

"Tonya's presentation was so helpful, I read it before going to Seoul and I also read it 10 mins after leaving the airport in Seoul and everything made much more sense, like the bus driver who I thought was mean- turns out that's just their culture. So after that, I got used to Koreans being very short and blunt with me and it didn't bother me anymore :) Also, the note about the towel! It's so true. I'm glad I brought my own towel. It's little things like that that make so much sense after spending just a day in Korea. Definitely download all the apps and get familiar with them before arriving. They're a must. Thanks Tonya for helping me navigate Korea successfully."

-Wendy Recinos, tourist in Seoul

 

Your Instructor


Tonya Chen
Tonya Chen

Moving to South Korea was one of the BEST decisions I've made! My life changed drastically as I adapted to a very different living situation, workplace and social culture. In the classroom, I learned to be flexible and develop my own unique teaching methods with students from Kindergarten-age to adults. I created originally lessons, conducted camps, directed plays and was even asked to run my own Dance English K-pop class! Outside of the classroom I dove deep into my dance hobby, enjoying the vibrant K-pop/Urban scene of Seoul. Socially, I developed conversational Korean, made life-long friendships, and even found my now husband! Having such a positive experience has inspired me to create this course to help prepare others logistically, culturally, and mentally for a FANTASTIC life and career, teaching English in South Korea.


Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

This course is not open for enrollment.