Work in South Korea

Our participative guide will help you find out more on the work market and the legal framework in South Korea.

Seoul's labour market

Seoul is a dynamic city with an innovative spirit. The country's high growth rate inevitably generates job creation and opportunities, but access to the labour market is not easy for foreigners.

If South Korea went from a Third World country at the end of the Second World War to one of the most developed and ...

The Hallyu Wave and the economic position of South Korea, both in Asia and globally, have made the country attractive ...

Incheon is one of the largest South Korean cities with a population of more than three million. The city does not only ...

During recent decades, South Korea has become a world economic power in its own right due to its numerous technical ...

Ulsan is a fast-growing city in South Korea with a population of around 1.2 million. The city has been attracting more ...

Gwangju, located in the South Jeolla province, is the sixth largest city in South Korea with a population of over 1.5 ...

Daegu is the fourth largest city in South Korea after Seoul, Busan and Incheon. The city has a population of over 2.5 ...

Some of the best resources to find a job in South Korea include newspapers, recruitment agencies, consular services, ...

More and more students from around the world choose South Korea to gain professional experience year after year, as ...

Busan is the second most popular location for expatriates living in South Korea after the capital of Seoul. With a ...

You're tired of your day job. Or, you've just graduated and can't seem to land a job due to the ...

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