||kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, high school, university, or adults
||In general, Kindergarten classes start at 9:30a.m and go to 2:30p.m and then again from 3:20p.m to 6:00p.m
Elementary, middle and high school classes start at 2:30 p.m and end at 9 :00p.m
University and Adults classes usually have what is called a "split shift." The first session is from 5:30a.m to 9:00a.m. and the second session goes from 4:30p.m to 10:00p.m. Teachers have free time in the middle.
||Most contracts run for one year and renewal is possible at the conclusion of the contract period.
||2.0~2.4 million won
||The standard working week is 30 hours per week (120 per month).
||15,000won ~ 25,000 won per hour
||Extra pay for exceeding 120 hours a month
||income tax + residence tax (3.3% deduction from salary)
||Taxes are automatically deducted from your paycheck.
||10~14 days per year
||In addition to weekends and national holidays, most academies have week-long summer and winter vacations.
||Airfare is paid by the school either in advance or the full amount is reimbursed upon arrival in Korea.
||One month's pay
||At the successful completion of a contract, the school pays a bonus (severance pay) usually equal to one month's salary.
||between 8~15 students
||How many students are in each class
|Pension and Health Insurance
||the company and the teacher each pay 50%
||Pension money is paid into the National Pension Fund. Depending on your country of origin, you may be reimbursed the full amount upon your departure from Korea.
||five days a week, may include Saturday classes
||The number of hours you are required to be at work each day
||studio, officetel, apartment (shared accommodation), villa (small apartment building), etc.
||Most people in Korea live in some type of apartment complex. Depending on your academy's location, apartment types may vary.
It is paid by the school
|Apartment Management Fees and Utilities
||paid by teacher
||Most apartments in Korea require residents to pay a management fee. Management fees pay for upkeep of common areas, security guards, public lighting, snow removal and so on.
||bed, refrigerator, washing machine, AC, TV, closet, etc.
||All academies provide basic furnishing for teachers.