TEG (Thermoelectric power generator) modules are attractive energy harvesters, as they can deliver electrical output power from the temperature difference of all sorts of things. Recently, growing interests in self-powered wearable mobile electronics provoke the necessity of flexible TEG modules. However, the technology on flexible TEG modules is still at a very early stage. Here we demonstrate flexible high-performance TEG modules using a screen-printed inorganic thermoelectric thick film and organic conducting polymer hybrid composite. By infiltrating the organic conducting polymer, poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene): poly(styrenesulfonate) (PEDOT:PSS), into the micropores of the screen-printed thermoelectric thick film, the flexibility of the module is greatly enhanced without degradation of the output characteristics of the module. This work provides a promising new approach which has the potential to achieve a flexible high-performance TEG module.