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Role of the teacherTeacher does important roles with a responsibility. Because of these characteristics, the problems of teachers come up and issue. This paper shows what the most difficult thing about being a Korean english teacher based on english teacher’s opinions, and provides the five important role of english teacher in Korea. english Teacher’s Opinion in Korea First Opinion: I just asked my co-teacher and she feels her lack of english speaking skills makes it very difficult for her to teach the language. She also finds it very difficult to deal with native speakers who don't speak Korean, it's massively frustrating for her. Her biggest problem with the NETS is that they aren't trained teachers and she feels like she's working with unprofessionals who have no teaching skills. Second Opinion: I think one of the difficulties is motivating students to try to speak english as much as possible since most of the explaining is done in Korean. Also, if the teacher is a bit hesitant to speak in english, it can make lessons more difficult which can lead to a vicious circle of decreasing self-confidence. I asked one of my co-teachers about this. "As a Korean english teacher myself, being faced with lots of extra work is the most difficult part since Korea is focusing too much on