This is how I think it works - World English Service is the first recruiter, then they pass on my C.V. to Think Outside in Korea, who then pass on my C.V. to specific jobs.
I had a pretty slow conversation with Clara, who outlined some jobs for me which sound pretty cool - specifically one where I can teach art! (along with other subjects such as Science, but I'll ignore this).
In this job I would live in a Dorm, which I'm thinking could be really cool or really horrible. I initially thought of sleeping in a room with bunk beds but you get your own bedroom and bathroom and share a living space with 15 foreign teachers and 15 Korean teachers. The more I think about it, the more this kind of living situations sounds ideal and I would be one of the youngest living there (i.e. not like a hall - my worst nightmare).
Anyway, she sent me an email straight away with details of the job, an example contract and photos of the living space.
I just need to decide if I would like her to pass on my C.V. to be interviewed by the school - which I might as well, it is not until I sign the contract and organise the visa that I am obliged to anything, so I feel safe knowing this!