More reader questions:
"I've been in Korea over two years teaching English at the elementary level. I've noticed most (or maybe all) of the job postings require minimum of a master's degree. Do you believe it's possible to get a position with a partially finished masters in education?"
My short answer: YES!
My uni has hired plenty of people in your position over the years. And yours being in education gives you a leg up on a lot of people who have a masters degree in basket weaving, or something of the sort. Just be sure to have proof that you have actually started (such as a transcript of completed courses so far) and include this in your application package.
I have a feeling that you wouldn't get a job at a top tier uni in a big city, but the ones in the countryside would likely be happy to have you.