A posting in Korea Times regarding a job offer for foreigners in Seoul.
Seoul City will hire three foreign contract workers as part of efforts to make policies friendlier for expatriates.
Those recruited will promote and develop the cityâ€™s foreign policy, hold dialogues with communities, and conduct field studies on living conditions. They will also act as mentors for foreigners who come to live in Seoul after them.
Foreign residents in Seoul including migrant spouses who have lived here for more than a year or naturalized Koreans are eligible for application. They have to be fluent in Korean and experienced in cultural exchanges, journalism or public relations.
The city plans to give an advantage to Asian natives, who take up 90 percent of Seoulâ€™s foreign population of some 330,000.
Application forms are available at the city governmentâ€™s Foreign Residents Assistance Division at the Seoul Press Center between April 18 and 22. After reviewing resumes and interviews the final selection will be made in early May and the post will start in June.
For more information call the 120 Dasan Call Center or the division at 02-2171-2294, or visit www.seoul.go.kr or global.seoul.go.kr.
A requirement for the job is fluency in Korean. The application details is posted in Korean and you can see it here: Seoul City Foreign Contract Worker
I guess one is qualified to apply for the job if he or she could understand the job posting ;p