Which Embassy will likely grant a visa if I have to have one?
Yes, you can teach in Korea without a visa, just don't get caught. Many Hagwans (Language Institutes) prefer teachers without credentials, because they can pay them less and keep it all under the table. Best bet is to go to the Korean Embassy and apply for the work visa to be safe. You will have to determine what Institute is your primary employer.
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