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Korean Script Writer

Looking for work? Want to join the team? Find out more about working with us as a Korean Script Writer.

Korean Script Writer

We are looking for a native English writer who is fluent in Korean to write scripts for 30 podcast-style Korean audio lessons.

Each lesson covers a Korean conversation between two characters in a specific setting or situation. The goals of these lessons are to:

  • increase fluency and confidence
  • increase vocabulary
  • reinforce existing language skills
  • provide valuable insight into everyday life and cultural realities

Our ideal candidate would have:

  • An excellent native command of English (US).
  • Excellent English-writing skills.
  • Advanced Korean language skills (at least TOPIK Level 4/5).
  • A familiarity with TOPIK.
  • A passion for Korean language and culture.
  • Language-teaching experience.
  • The ability to write in a clear and engaging way.
  • A keen eye for detail, structure and logic.
  • An understanding and passion for processes and quality.
  • A familiarity with tracking changes in Google Docs.

We will provide comprehensive briefs, resources, and training to the successful applicant, including style guides and topics.

Note that a remote position may be considered for stand out applicants.

The hiring process:

  • Send your resume to: careers@rocketlanguages.com
  • Include a sample of your writing, or follow the sample instructions below.
  • If successful, we will schedule an in-person interview.
  • The successful candidate will be contacted directly.

Sample writing instructions:

Please provide a breakdown of the following sample Korean conversation between two characters. Include:

  • The meaning of each word.
  • Any relevant grammatical explanations.
  • Any relevant cultural insights.

Sample conversation:

A. 식사하세요.

B. 와! 잘 먹겠습니다.

A. 입에 맞으실지 모르겠어요.

B. 정말 맛있네요.

A. 더 드세요.

B. 아닙니다. 배부르게 먹었어요.