Korean-American, and a Bboy

Feature: Michael Jung Roach

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BBoy/BGirl Lessons in Busan?



I'm a female English teacher in the Busan area and I'm looking to meet someone who has at least a little know-how in the art of breaking. I've seen some shows here in the city and I've always been impressed. I'm finally trying to face my fears and just really learn some things myself.

Anyone here that knows of any lessons, dancers, or places to check out? I'm commited to devoting some time and efforts to learning. 



R-16 World B-Boy Masters Championships: Pop, Lock, and Drop It

One of the cool things about Korea is that there is a number of subcultures flourishing, but many of them are so far underground that visitors (and even some locals) might never even suspect their existence. B-boy culture is one of these and while I knew it was present here, my exposure to it had been minimal. In areas like Hongdae and Hyehwa, it is fairly common to see young guys sporting the hip-hop look, but until this weekend, I had had no idea how big of a player Korea was in the b-boy world.

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