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I did a bit of research and found that they were right; it would be fairly easy to get a job teaching English with nothing more than a B. Furthermore, schools generally paid for airfare and housing in addition to an annual salary.I applied to a number of Korean universities and got lucky.(Some unscrupulous ones have been known to keep teachers' passports as bargaining leverage.) You may also want to check up on a websites such as Eslcafe.com, which is devoted to English teaching abroad, and provides a forum on teaching English in Korea.
They spoke warmly of South Korea, and all mentioned that there was a high demand for English teachers in Asia.Within a few months, I was hired by a South Korean University, the second-best school in the country.I wasn't a full-fledged professor: I would teach half adults and college students and half children.And since many Koreans speak some English, traveling is fairly easy.In four months, I have seen pagodas more than 1,000 years old, eaten still-squirming octopi from fresh fish markets, been pulled into circles of dancing drummers in the rain, been given an impromptu lesson in traditional Chinese brush painting, seen a monk playing a bamboo flute inside a mountaintop pagoda, walked through the longest lava tunnel in the world, visited the DMZ a month before an international shoot-out, and prayed with Buddhist monks as the sun rose on an island temple in the west. I've found that I can easily save money while doing all of this.