A little while ago we were talking about Korea's "millionaire" teachers, and I said that while native speaker English teachers wouldn't have an opportunity to make such a killing teaching English---because English is taught entirely toward standardized tests here---a teacher could make a nice living for himself teaching Korean to other native English speakers. There are, unfortunately, few resources available to native English speakers learning Korean in Korea as a second language, and with the exception of one, the teachers I've encountered here are woefully ignorant of the needs and aims of their students. It demonstrates just how much damage an "unqualified" teacher can do, and, since these teachers were actually English teachers at local schools in the area, helps you appreciate why our students struggle so much with the language, given the methods of the teachers.
Anyway, to get back to the point, a teacher here in Jeollanam-do has launched a website for his Korean class, so give it a look. He'd been teaching other foreigners in and around Suncheon for three years. Actually, you'll want to look at this page for an introduction and for an explanation of what submitting your name and email address will get you for free. On this page Rob, the teacher and site's creator, answers reader questions. The site is geared toward native English speakers who are looking for guided lessons in practical Korean, and as he says true beginners will learn how to read the Korean alphabet in a jiffy.