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Korvia Consulting is a recruiting company based in Seoul, South Korea that places native English speakers into Korean public and private schools as native English teachers. The company works with the Korean government, offices of education, commercial education franchises, as well as national public school teaching programs such as EPIK, GEPIK, and GOE.

Korvia screens and interviews interested applicants from South Korea and helps recommend them to various teaching programs and educational institutions around Korea. Since its inception in 2006, Korvia has recruited thousands of teachers as well as become official partners with various public school teaching programs around Korea. The company only recruits English teachers from United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa in accordance with South Korean visa regulation laws.

Korvia’s company values are that by recruiting passionate and educated teachers for “Korea” can make the overall education and enrich the lives of the children that will eventually shape the country.

Korvia is the perfect choice for those who want to try and experience a new culture as well as prepare themselves to become the best educator they can be.

Our Location

Located in the dynamic city of Seoul

#2517 Hyundai Rexion
305 Gangnam-daero, Seocho-gu
Seoul, South Korea 06628

Phone: +82 2 553 6210
Web: www.korvia.com

Meet the Korvia Team

Henry Oh
Henry OhFounder & CEO
As the CEO and founder of Korvia Consulting, Henry works with officials in the Korean Ministry of Education as well as creates partnerships with other businesses to ensure that his company can always deliver the absolute best.
Ann Park
Ann ParkFounder & Director
As the Director and a Co-founder of Korvia, Ann communicates and creates relationships with schools all throughout Korea, to ensure that each school is right for its recruits.
Jessie Kim
Jessie KimDivision Manager
Jessie is a division manager at Korvia. Her expertise with the EPIK & GEPIK program allows her to keep the company as well as recruits constantly up-to-date with the latest policies and changes.
Jina Rhee
Jina RheeManager
She is Korvia EPIK team manager and recruiter at Korvia, Jina coordinates EPIK operations as well Korvia’s media efforts.
Daisy Byeon
Daisy ByeonManager
Daisy is a recruiter and manager at Korvia. She organizes client documents as well as conducts interviews with candidates.
Niki Lee
Niki LeeRecruiter
As a recruiter at Korvia, Niki helps plan and coordinate events and information for recruits and candidates both online and offline.
Thelma Jin
Thelma JinRecruiter
Thelma is a Recruiter and Organizer at Korvia. She coordinates social media efforts as well as conducts the online meeting for Korvia recruits and staff.
Victoria Bae
Victoria BaeAssistant Manager
As an assistant manager at Korvia, Victoria coordinates EPIK operations as well Korvia’s special projects. Her wide-range of experience working in the different industry allow her to understand broad groups of people and help Korvia understand its clients better.
Brian Yun
Brian YunAssistant Manager
Brian is an assistant Manager at Korvia Consulting. His diverse background allows him to bring a unique opinion and new insight on how to make the client’s experience with Korvia better.

Korvia.com Contributors

Yoyin Adenusi
Yoyin AdenusiEditor
Adeyoyin hails from the United States. Through her college coursework in Scientific and Technical Communication and English, coupled with prior internships, Adeyoyin has a firm understanding of the science and art that is Editing.
Rafi Feliciano
Rafi FelicianoEditor
Meet Rafi: she’s cool. Standing at about 4’11”, she is actually, literally short, sweet, and to the point. Her origin story begins in San Diego, California, but her teaching career in Korea has brought her to Bucheon, and now, Gimpo. Ice cream is her kryptonite, and she’s all about finding happiness and good vibes.
Lindsay McEwen
Lindsay McEwenEditor
An aspiring globetrotter from small town Canada navigating her way through big city life in Seoul. Loves good food, good books, and good conversation.
Naomi Blenkinsop
Naomi BlenkinsopWriter
Naomi is a kindergarten teacher in Seoul’s upscale Gangnam district. When she’s not chasing her students around the classroom, you can find her in the kitchen cooking her favorite recipes or people watching at a cute café. She is currently creating her own educational website for children.
Kayc Hilihetule
Kayc HilihetuleWriter
Kayc is a a Kiwi (New Zealander) that has been living in South Korea for the past 5 years. After eating amazing Korean food all the time, Kayc saw that sometimes we long for that taste of home. Kayc’s blog is dedicated to finding the taste of other countries, writing about it and making it accessible for foreigners to find and curb their cravings.
Michael Klish
Michael KlishWriter
Michael is from the great land down under, Sydney, Australia. Korea has been a part of his life for the past 11 years. He recently moved to Busan with his wife and children Tiara and Calix and is a high school teacher at one of the biggest technology schools in Busan.
Andrew Robinson
Andrew RobinsonWriter
As your City Ambassador to Jeju Island, Andrew will be giving you regular updates and insights into much of what is happening in and around South Korea’s largest island and southern most province.
Michael Smit
Michael SmitWriter
Michael Smit is an American ESL teacher working at a public school in Gyeonggi-do. He has written for education sites and is currently shopping his short stories. His goal as a writer is to climb back to the peak of his career when he was in the second grade and wrote a story about talking animals that did kung fu.
Simon McEnteggart
Simon McEnteggartWriter
Simon hails from the UK, and currently teaches ESL in Gyeonggi-do. He lectured in film and cultural theory back in the UK, but since moving to Korea he founded the Korean cinema blog Hanguk Yeonghwa and has written articles for Groove Korea magazine as well as the Korean Film Council. His ultimate dream however is to one day sit in a director’s chair and make something of merit.
Nathalie Calderon
Nathalie CalderonVlogger
Nathalie is passionate about working towards the betterment of children internationally. She looks to utilize her skills and knowledge of nonprofit management while teaching here in Korea.
Jasmin L.
Jasmin L.Vlogger
Jasmin is a 22 year old English teacher living in Osan. She has experienced both living as an exchange student and English teacher in Korea and loves to make fun videos about her experiences. She hopes you can all walk with her during her journey in Korea!
Heshina Pillay
Heshina PillayVlogger
Heshina is from South Africa. She has an honors degree in Drama and Performance as well as Media Studies. She has previously worked as an actress and model. Heshina currently lives in Seoul where she blogs and vlogs about all things arty farty, picturesque places to visit and fabulous food to try.
Ryan Ellis
Ryan EllisPhotographer
Ryan is currently teaching English in Dongtan, South Korea. He’s always been into art, and has specifically been into photography since high school. Before coming to Korea, he worked as a media coordinator and substitute teacher.
Edmund Rustia
Edmund RustiaPhotographer
Edmund Rustia has been teaching English in Korea since 2006. As a self trained photographer, he takes pleasure in capturing random moments of life in Korea. You may recognize him on the streets as that person with a camera constantly buried in his face.