A traditional Korean dish made of fermented, seasoned vegetables — such as cabbage and radishes — that are pickled and stored tightly in pots or jars. It is spicy-hot and is served as a condiment with almost every Korean meal.
Also written as kimchee.
I have no idea what they're saying, so I haven't a clue what kind of song would warrant the use of polka-dot bow ties, furry hand puppets, animal ear headbands, and excessive ear bling. My hunch is that they want on that new Search For The Next (Pussycat) Doll show and this is their sad excuse for an audition tape. Sorry boys, but you need to be a little more masculine to keep up with those tough divas.
I have no idea what these girls are up to, or why they even have an audience. It's like a train wreck, though; I'm compelled to look and watch out of morbid curiosity. That's right, they're not just tone deaf, they're tone dead...which explains why those dance moves are out of this world.
I am always looking for a new way to exercise and keep myself healthy. I've always thought about trying martial arts, partly to learn self-defense skills, but more for the mind and body strengthening aspect.
There are many styles including Stand-Up, Ground Fighting, Throwing, and Meditative. And each style has many different kinds within them. Once you get a sense of each, then you'll be able to pick which one might be right for you.
Karate - Originated in Okinawa, it's considered Japanese, but has its roots in China. Karate uses linear footwork and stances that emphasize power in technique. Many women began taking Karate as a form of self-defense.
Kung Fu - A Chinese martial art, it literally means "hard work." There are more than 400 different types of Kung Fu, and each one has its own unique set of characteristics.
Tae Kwon Do (also written as Taekwondo) - A Korean martial art, it's famous for its fast, high spinning kicks.
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