#5: You're looking to travel and explore Asia. Living in the South Korean capital of Seoul can be exciting and jam packed full of things to see. Oh, and you'll get paid a monthly salary (plus one month's bonus at the end of your contract), return airfare, rent-free furnished accomodation, and the joy of teaching children that are actually eager to learn.
#4: You can try your luck at tracking down the World's Largest Boy Band:
#3: Korean barbecue is addicting and delicious: check out galbi (pork rib) and samgyeopsal (barbecue bacon):
#2: Experience the thrill and rush of wearing the same outfit as your significant other:
and finally...the number one reason to Teach English in South Korea...
#1: Eating an ice cream bar sponsored by a pig dressed in a tuxedo:
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