Ever wanted to know what Koreans thought of MMA? Then check out this amazing mini-documentary

I once dated a Korean chick that turned lesbian midway through our relationship, forcing us to break up. Seriously, that story actually happened. Her name is Monick and she’s now a struggling actress living in Los Angeles. I’m sure if she struggles with her acting career as much as she struggled with her sexual identity, she’ll eventually break through. Now she’s just another segment of my past that I occasionally stalk on her old MySpace account. I’m actually on there now, looking at the same seven pictures that I’ve recycled through for nearly five years. Her birthday is coming up on November 6th, just in time for UFC on Fuel TV: Franklin vs. Le. This Monick, she always knew how to plan.

Snap out of it.

In Korea, a mini-documentary was released on InsiteTV entitled ‘Ultimate Korean Fighters’ which covers the gamut of mixed martial arts developing in the country and the influx of emerging Korean fighters. It’s entirely in subtitles so if you don’t feel like reading small digital text overlayed on a screen, don’t bother watching. However, if you feel like being informed about worldly events, check it out below.

Published on October 29, 2012 at 6:41 pm
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