IELTS Test Centers in South Korea

By | July 22, 2020

IELTS Testing Centres in South Korea

In total, there are 12 test locations in South Korea that offer IELTS exams. You can select the one which is closer to you.

There are two types of test format available for IELTS exams: paper-based or computer-delivered. For both formats, the Speaking Section is done with a real IELTS examiner on a face-to-face basis.

Seoul, South Korea

British Council – Dongkuk University

Street Address: Registration address 2F, 19 Seosomun-ro 11-gil (B-dong, Paichai Jeongdong Building, 34-5 Jeong-dong), Jung-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 3702 0601

Contact Email: [email protected][email protected]

Website URL: https://reg.britishcouncil.kr/bcIELTS/Main.aspx

Seoul, South Korea

IDP Education – Seoul

Street Address: Registration address 5F, Wooshin Bldg, 1304-5 Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 5337294

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ieltskorea.org

Seoul, South Korea

British Council – Seoul National University of Education

Street Address: Registration address 2F, 19 Seosomun-ro 11-gil (B-dong, Paichai Jeongdong Building, 34-5 Jeong-dong), Jung-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 3702 0601

Contact Email: [email protected][email protected]

Website URL: https://reg.britishcouncil.kr/bcIELTS/Main.aspx

Seoul, South Korea

British Council – IEN Korea

Street Address: Registration address 2F, 19 Seosomun-ro 11-gil (B-dong, Paichai Jeongdong Building, 34-5 Jeong-dong), Jung-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 3702 0601

Contact Email: [email protected][email protected]

Website URL: https://reg.britishcouncil.kr/bcIELTS/Main.aspx

Seoul, South Korea

British Council – Bangbae Middle School

Street Address: Registration address 2F, 19 Seosomun-ro 11-gil (B-dong, Paichai Jeongdong Building, 34-5 Jeong-dong), Jung-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 3702 0601

Contact Email: [email protected][email protected]

Website URL: https://reg.britishcouncil.kr/bcIELTS/Main.aspx

Seoul, South Korea

IDP Education – Gangbook

Street Address: Registration address 5F, Wooshin Bldg, 1304-5 Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 5337294

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ieltskorea.org

Seoul, South Korea

IDP Education – Gangnam

Street Address: Registration address 5F, Wooshin Bldg, 1304-5 Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 5337294

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ieltskorea.org

Daejeon, South Korea

British Council – Chungnam National University

Street Address: Registration address 2F, 19 Seosomun-ro 11-gil (B-dong, Paichai Jeongdong Building, 34-5 Jeong-dong), Jung-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 3702 0601

Contact Email: [email protected][email protected]

Website URL: https://reg.britishcouncil.kr/bcIELTS/Main.aspx

Daejeon, South Korea

IDP Education – Daejeon

Street Address: Registration address 5F, Wooshin Bldg, 1304-5 Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 5337294

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ieltskorea.org

Busan, South Korea

British Council – Pukyoung University

Street Address: Registration address 2F, 19 Seosomun-ro 11-gil (B-dong, Paichai Jeongdong Building, 34-5 Jeong-dong), Jung-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 3702 0601

Contact Email: [email protected][email protected]

Website URL: https://reg.britishcouncil.kr/bcIELTS/Main.aspx

Busan, South Korea

IDP Education – Busan

Street Address: Registration address 5F, Wooshin Bldg, 1304-5 Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 5337294

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ieltskorea.org

Incheon, South Korea

British Council – Kyoung in University of Education

Street Address: Registration address 2F, 19 Seosomun-ro 11-gil (B-dong, Paichai Jeongdong Building, 34-5 Jeong-dong), Jung-gu

Telephone Number: +82 2 3702 0601

Contact Email: [email protected][email protected]

Website URL: https://reg.britishcouncil.kr/bcIELTS/Main.aspx

List of cities in South Korea where you can take the IELTS tests

  • Busan
  • Daejeon
  • Incheon
  • Seoul

More about South Korea

South Korea is a country in East Asia with (2018) 51.6 million residents; The capital is Seoul.

  • COUNTRYVV: Overview of labor market in South Korea, including latest unemployment rate and youth unemployment. Also covers job distribution by economic sectors, such as public sector, finance and hotels and restaurants.

IELTS Test Centers in South Korea

Population

The population consists almost entirely of Koreans. South Korea is two and a half times as densely populated as North Korea. The imbalance that existed before the state was divided was exacerbated by the influx of 2.7 million refugees from the north and 1.2 million Korean returnees from Japan. The most densely populated are the coastal plains in the west and the southern basin landscapes. The largest city with around 10 million residents is Seoul. Around 25 million people, around half of them South Koreans, live in the capital’s catchment area, which also includes the three million metropolis Incheon. There are Korean minorities in Japan, China and Russia.

South Korea is one of the countries with the lowest birth rates in the world. The standard of living is comparatively high. There is a well-functioning welfare state and a dense network of health facilities in the cities. However, unemployment insurance only covers a small proportion of dependent employees. Younger workers in particular often only receive fixed-term employment contracts. Unemployment in the under 30 age group is almost three times the average. Check themakeupexplorer to see Trade Unions in Eastern Asia.

The biggest cities in South Korea

city Pop. (2018)
Seoul 10 049 600
Busan 3,487,200
Incheon 3,022,500
Daegu 2,489,800
Daejeon 1 508 100

Religion

The constitution guarantees freedom of religion and follows the principle of the separation of state and religion. All religious communities are legally equal. More than half of South Koreans do not belong to any religious community. Christian missionary work in East Asia was particularly successful in Korea from the 19th century. One fifth belong to Protestant denominations, including Baptists, Methodists, Presbyterians, Pentecostals, independent Korean churches and the Anglican Church of the Province of Korea (established in 1993, three dioceses); about 8% are Catholics (Archdioceses of Gwangju, Seoul and Daegu). The proportion of Buddhists is around 16%. A minority of Korean traditional religions are becoming more shamanistic Attribute attributed. Among the new religions that arose in Korea, the Unification Church, in addition to the Cheondogyo religion, gained importance. The social value system is strongly influenced by Confucianism, which was a state ideology under the Chosŏn dynasty (1392–1910).