This is very interesting.
Chungdahm recruiters are going to regret their school operators are allegedly trying to stiff the English teachers working for them: from now on, every time a recruitee thinking about coming overseas to teach googles "Is Chungdahm a good school?" this article will show up.
Kudos to Kangnam Labor Law Firm for taking up their case, and kudos to The Korea Times for helping the teachers find a voice.
And anybody who's getting stiffed by their school:
There ARE options. Don't walk away from a situation where you're getting screwed, because that just empowers a dishonest employer to try to screw the NEXT teacher who replaces you, even worse.
Seoul Global Center's Support Page
Kangnam Labor Law Firm (associated with the case linked above)
ATEK has a big list of law firms that provide legal help and advice, some for free, and some for pay, at ATEK.or.kr/legal
If you know of, or come from, another law firm that can provide legal services for expatriates, contact ATEK to have your group added to the list.