In addition to high Toefl and Toeic scores, improved "writing ability" can only reinforce your competitiveness in every nook and corner in the Korean society.
From all levels of school to businesses and even officialdom, "writing ability" and "presentation" (speaking) can only make no one rival you. There are lots of people with high Toeic and Teofl scores.
Particularly in the revised state-run exams for the position of the English school teacher, essay-writing will decisively determine your fate. It would take a year at least to prepare for "essay-writing" in such a way as to overwhelm your rivals.
In addition, those who are applying for the divisions of international studies" (국제학부)- and "global leaders (elites)"- related parts of unversities, I hope, will be my students.
They will include those applying for Yonsei's UIC and graduate schools of international studies. Essay-writing is expected to be resumed sooner or later in the coming summer-time entrance college exams, possibly from this year on.
Upgraded English, based particularly on the excellent writing skills and high Toeic and Tofle scores, can help you secure your "survival" in the heated-competitive globalizing Korean society.
In a positive and sincere manner, I will do my level best to give you lessons which will surely make you enjoy a success.
Thus far, I have helped those high school seniors, and college students and graduates become successful applicants in their respective exams.
I had also helped high school seniors enter the "divisions of international studies" (국제학부) and "global leaders" of those universities by writing better essays in the entrance exams until last year.
In the United States, I also helped Korean students there write a variety of "papers," giving them classes of Toefl and grammar.
My experiences include an editorial writer of English-language media in Seoul and other Asian cities as well as a lecturer at some colleges and Hakwon on "writing, structures (grammar), Toeic and Toefl in particular".
I studied international relations at Yonsei, further studying and working in the United States for about seven years, during which I worked for a local news media there as a parttime writer. I also taught at a Korean Hakwon there.