This question from Angelica from Mexico:
"I really would love to have the chance to teach in Korea but all
websites that I have seen are only looking for native speakers. Of
course I understand why, but I hope I can find a school like the one
where I used to to teach in Thailand. Even if it's for volunteer work I
would love it. I am not interested in the payment, but in the
Unfortunately, it's almost impossible for non-native speakers to get visas to teach English in Korea, no matter how fluent they are in English. However, there is a way around this: become a student! I've had some international friends in the past who were students in Korea, and as a student, you're legally able to work up to 20 hours a week (I think) during semesters, and more during vacations. So, you could get a part-time job at a hagwon while studying Korean at the same time.