|The purpose of this study was to explore students’ and team-teachers’ opinions on a general English team-teaching program at a Korean university. A total of 192 students and 26 team-teachers participated in this study. The participants completed a survey with 37 items, questioning their satisfaction with the program and their suggestions for effective follow-up team-teaching programs. According to the analysis of both quantitative and demographic data using the SPSS, the results of this study indicate that most of the two participant groups had above average positive perceptions of the sub-variables of the instrument related to the team-teaching program implementation. Also, there were no significant relationships between any sub-variables and demographic variables. The results of the qualitative analysis showed the participants wanted more class hours, less dependence on Korean teachers, more close collaboration between the two co-teachers through frequent interactions, and more opportunities to interact with NESTs. For future research, the authors recommend more in-depth research on team-teaching programs containing more participants and in different settings. At the end of this study, some pedagogical implications for English education were discussed.