Labo International Exchange Internship
-Pays for your flight
-Requires only one year of college
-Live with local families and gain lots of intercultural experience
-a 900$ stipend a month, and breakfast and dinner always provided, as well as transportation costs.
-Must be under the age of 25.
-Well organized program, it's been around for many years.
TALK: Teach English in Korea!
-Requires about 2 years of college
-Flight is paid for
-Generous stipend and housing costs paid for
-Teach in local Korean schools
-Note-this program is new and a bit disorganized, but totally worth investigating
If you have a Bachelor's degree, especially in English, consider teaching English in Korea under a Hagwon, GEPIK, or EPIK.
ESL jobs in China are also fairly easy to come by, but pay far less thanks to the cost of living.
I know the economy is tough and scary for a lot us, but this is a great opportunity to live abroad while saving some money.