Homestays, Volunteering & Working Holidays in South Korea
Workaway Host List - Find Hosts and Organizations
Important information about visiting: South Korea
If you are planning to visit South Korea to volunteer, work or study you will need the correct visa. To find out more information you need to contact the embassy in your home country before travelling.
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Possibility that workawayers are needed
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Looking for a girl in a Family in Seoul South Korea- Help out house keeping, and babysiting.
★I can host Only women. Organagined, neat and clean girl. help cleaning, household & babysis )for 7 year old boy and 4 year girl.
My name name is Clair. I want to improve English a and I have kids to teach so I need your help to help them learn English, too.
I live in jeung gwan in Busan, the second biggest city in South Korea, where there are so many ......
Hello. Workawayers :)
My apartment has 3 rooms so I host two guests separately
So you can meet another guest(s) during your stay
I can speak 6 languages, English, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, and French including my mother tongue. I have learned the ......
***** ONLY A FEMALE GUEST IS POSSIBLE TO STAY *****
I am Minseo Kim from South Korea
I teach English to Middle school students as a tutor
and I also work at the Chungju tourism center.
I love traveling and meeting new people!
About my ......
We are a Korean-German family of 4, Daddy's working fulltime 6 days a week, 2 year old is in daycare and mommy at home with 3 months old.
We live in the south of Jejudo and would be happy if someone - preferably German speaking - would help out as a ......
We are a Korean family that lived in the States (Wisconsin) for a little more than a decade. We decided to move back here because of the land we had had that was pretty much going to waste. We, me, mother and brother, came back to start ......
Hi there! I'm Oscar and I've been running a kind of cafe where Koreans and foreigners can meet up to learn their own culture and experience while having a conversation in English. This cafe doesn't actually sell coffee or tea but we do provide them ......
Hello! Please, just call me 'Lee'. My family and I live in a small town known as Cheongyang, which is 2 hours south of Seoul. Many people within this town own farms; my family runs an organic chestnut farm. The planting of new trees and pruning time ......
I live in an earthen house with a dog in a small village. I am a female in my mid 40's. I teach English to local children. I am into appropriate technology, simple living, permaculture, Argentine tango etc. The house has a few appropriate technology ......
Do you want to join us "return-to-farm" project in South Korea?
We are a married couple Jowrney&Stacey who became a farmer after around world cycling trip. Growing up in the farm land but having studied and worked in a city, I always have a dream ......
We are a family of three. I'm American and my husband is Korean. We are both teachers and have a 6 year old son. Our hobbies include ice skating, traveling, and cooking. My husband is a technological nerd. If you like computers and gadgets and ......
My mane is Choi, I live with my wife, Lee, we are 60's years old. We live in a small village 10 km from Gochang. We are both cyclist. We cycled the pacific coast in America, the 88 temples in Japan, south East Asia, Australia and New Zeland and ......