The headline of an attached advertisement has the headline "What's in your future after graduation? How Would You Like To Travel & Teach in South Korea?" Elsewhere on the website it says:
-Annual salary of US $24-35K at 30 hrs/wk
-Renewable 12-month contract
-Gain international experience while enriching students lives
-Safe, modern country with the highest investment in private education in the world
-Intriguing language, rich culture and central location for continued travel in Asia
-Great ongoing positions available year-round
-FREE furnished housing, FREE round-trip airfare, paid holidays, health insurance coverage, etc.
-Save up to $15K/year
An emphasis on travel, money, and perks like free housing and airfare, but nothing about teaching. I'm not picking on Park English, because you'll find these types of lines on any recruiter's webpage. But, it goes to show that you can't entice people to come here with talk about travel and money, and then complain that they don't come here to be serious about teaching.
I brought up more hyporcisy on a Gusts of Popular Feeling post, linking to something I put up in February about Wall Street Institute. They were running this commercial a few years ago.
The gist is, I assume, that studying English at WSI is fun and happening, though it's a curious theme considering how we often hear it said that English teachers troll the nightclubs looking for easy Korean women. Foreign-looking men or native speakers are conspicuous in their absence.