This isn’t k-pop/k-drama related but who doesn’t like watching people dance? I was HEAVILY into the dance world (as a spectator because Ajummah has two left feet) before I got into the world of Hallyu.
Even though I don’t watch it as much as I used too, I still enjoy seeing people move to the music that I enjoy. So I was happy to find out that there will be a B-Boy Competition and that it will be broadcasted so folks, like myself, can watch.
Jump into the gravity-defying world of breakdancing when the world’s best B-Boys converge on Nagoya, Japan for the annual international B-Boy competition at the Red Bull BC One World Finals, premiering on FM Tuesday, May 30, at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT. Tune into FM for this special broadcast, featuring some of the most electrifying moments and the most exciting battles from the biggest one-on-one B-Boy competition in the world. Every year, thousands of dancers from around the globe compete for the chance to represent at the world championship. Watch as the top two breakers — Issei Hori, representing Japan; and the South Korea-born Kim Hong-Yeol a.k.a. “Hong 10” — battle it out on the Red Bull BC One stage to become the new reigning champ. The presentation of the Red Bull BC One Finals is a part of Fuse’s month-long, multiplatform series celebrating Asian & Pacific Heritage Month, taking a look at rising leaders who are creating Future Asian & Pacific History now.
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