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  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsobrien View Post
    kenikim, you're not in korea are ya? feel like rollin?

    see, now its a throwdown thread
    lol, bring it on!!!
    i gotta warn you though, i learned my chops from the master of masters.

    and you'll also have to come to toronto :)
    i can't afford to go to korea this year.....
    i don't know if you've been to korea before, but it's a fun place to be. never a dull moment in seoul. enjoy your stay, bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soju_King View Post
    "tkd sucks, look at how ugerly theyre keeks awre.......No powa!..just teep tap sheet, iiiissshhhh.....shibal!"
    hahahahahahaha. dude this cracked me so bad cause it's perfect visual/oral moment translated into writing hahaha.

    i had to bang my head against the desk so i didn't burst out laughing in office.

  3. #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsobrien View Post
    I just got to Korea a few days ago. Does anyone know a place to train in the Seocho or Gangnam area? Judo, BJJ, Sambo, anything?
    let us know what you have decided to check out. it would be interesting for me if you went to mr. yoon's gym.
    a korean yudo gym review would be interesting!

  4. #14

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    BJJ in Korea

    Last time I visited Korea, I went to the Korea BJJ academy near Ewha univeristy. It's run by Lee Hee Sung, I believe he is now a black belt under Watanbe Taka. Taka is a black belt under Rickson. When I went I barely had 6 months of training, but all the guys were tough and super nice. I train under a Rickson black belt, so it was interesting to see the similarity in the fundamental style of bjj on the other side of the world. The website is http://bjj.co.kr/

    Hope this helps.

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