Closing in on my second year in South Korea, I was looking for an opportunity to begin working a third year, only this time in Busan. Living in Korea had been a great experience, and it was also a great place to save money. But in order to continue working, without first going back to the US, I would need a new contract, and a Visa transfer. To do this can prove to be somewhat difficult, as you only have a small window of time between finishing a contract, and having to leave the country (due to Visa expiration). I had been having considerable trouble finding a job that would start at some point during the 7 day allotment given before the Visa would expire. The job possibilities kept falling through, until Jason, and his team at Jeju ESL Consulting, were recommended. With this recruitment company, there was never any nonsense, never any false promises, never any misleading conversation. They secured a job for me right away, and provided quick responses to all of my questions. Jason and Jimmy kept me frequently informed, step by step, concerning the immigration procedure. And I felt comfortable, for once, leaving everything in their hands. If I am to spend a fourth year in South Korea, I will not be hesitant to request their help again.