The Korea Herald


[Come Together]

By Paul Kerry

Published : April 5, 2011 - 18:22

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This is a regular feature introducing associations and clubs for expats. This week, Expat Living spoke to Robert Capriles of KOTESOL ― Ed.

-Name of organization: Korea Teachers of English as a Second Language

-Location(s): Busan, Daegu, Daejeon, Gangwon, Gwangju, North Jeolla, Jeju, Suwon, Seoul, & Yongin

-Number of members: 790 plus

-Started: 1992

Who is it for?

All teachers of English both foreign & Korean at all levels (primary, secondary, tertiary, & etc.)

What goes on?

The dissemination of information and ideas, social events, conferences to meet experts in the field of English education both local and worldwide.

Plans for the future?

Attracting more members and expanding what we do.

How to join?

Go to our website at

Are there any membership fees?

40,000 won per year

What is the highlight of the year for your organization?

The International Conference in October