The following was extracted from a recent interview with me about how to find a job in Korea.
"What do I need to watch out for during job interviews in Korea? Can you tell us maybe one or two deal-killers to avoid?"
"In a job interview, your interviewer is looking for reassurances that you will succeed in the Korean company. For that reason, you want to show the efforts you’ve made to learn Korean and get along in Korea and the commitment you’ve made to put down roots and stay through your contract.
Also, don’t get angry when the interviewer asks questions that might be unacceptable back home, such as your age or marital status. You should answer these and other questions forthrightly and cheerfully."