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KOTESOL aims to address the need for professional development activities. Its members are active in all sorts of roles across the educational community, including expatriate teachers and Koreans, as well as teachers and friends abroad. Thus KOTESOL is a very unique and special place to share its wisdom and to meet practical needs to make English education in Korea better and enhanced. KOTESOL also publishes The English Connection (TEC) quarterly, the KOTESOL Proceedings annually at the time of the International Conference, and the Korea TESOL Journal (KTJ). Its international Conference is held every autumn, and National Conference each spring. It has successfully hosted more than 20 major annual international conferences, the recent conferences featured more than 240 sessions and 1300 attendees from within and beyond Korea–firmly rooted in our 10 regional chapters — each chapter has their own workshops and mini-conferences.