As far as the students are concerned, they are the worst students I have ever taught in Korea and that says a lot, the absolute bottom of the barrel. The college's business plan is to admit the students that other colleges and universities will not accept, bus them in from as far as Seoul, and throw them into the classroom. Their behavior is dysfunctional and extremely disrespectful. Many of them appear to have next to no brain activity going on at all. Trying to teach English to a class full of anywhere from 20 to 40 18 and 19 year old kids full of Pet Care/Dog Grooming students is nothing short of a frustrating waste of time. You can expect them to show up to class eating food, making a mess, talking to each other in Korean, and text messaging on their cell phones. One student I had thought it was funny to shout English cuss words out in the middle of class. Another chose the name Bin Laden when I told them to choose English nicknames. Of course, the other students were very amused by these clowns and had a good laugh.
The management also expects you to participate in sports week where you're supposed to show up and cheer for your students. At this event you can expect to see marketing stands set up that the president of the college charges companies a fee to pass out free samples of their products. Among them is a Korean company that markets and hands out free cigarettes to the students. And the really funny thing is that the president of the college used to be a doctor! Money is number one to these people. Education is far down the list. This place is a business first and foremost and a degree mill at best.