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.
Meaning of the colours:
Possibly volunteers needed
By default (toggle switch to the left) hosts who have both yellow AND green indicated for the months
you have selected will be shown. If you move the toggle to the right ONLY hosts who have indicated
green will be shown.
Meaning of this:
By default (toggle switch to the left) will show hosts who have ANY of the months you have chosen
marked as available. This means that some of the months might be marked red (no availability.) If
you need to see ALL of the months you have selected as available move the toggle to the right.
We are family-run hostel with a great reputation (we can show you our online reviews!). Our award-winning guesthouse is conveniently located in the heart of Seoul, three minutes away from the Itaewon subway station. It is currently considered by to ......
Here is a brand new global language and culture exchange café in Seomyeon Busan. Busan is second biggest and one of the most dynamic city in Korea. Here is full of nature, night life, culture, and history. If you interested Korean culture and ......
Welcome to the best place to meet Korean friends and experience Korean cultures :)
Hello~ I am Andy, a host of English Cafe in Busan, the best city in Korea.
I started this project for foreign travellers to meet Korean friends and learn Korean ......
Hi, my name is Cherie. Our place provide a warm and fun place for volunteers to interact with Korean adults and young children who are interested to practise their English in a close to nature environment. We also have a farm which we plant ......
Hello Volunteers out there,
I'd like to tell you a little bit about our guesthouse. My partner is a Korean native born in Busan, and she is able to speak English, Korean, and Japanese. I myself am from California and I can speak English, a little ......
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 ......