Growing rapidly in Korea is Brazilian jiu-jitsu, otherwise known as BJJ. Though it has a long way to go to enjoy the same prominence as its sibling, judo, it has made it mark and only seems to be gaining momentum.
Though not as popular as in America, Brazilian jiu-jitsu has found its mark with many new schools opening and attracting large numbers of students.
Many practitioners have let their passion bring them to the sport’s heartland to earn their black belts. This same dedication and sacrifice is passed on to their students here in Korea. It’s a close knit community. You will find your second family on the mats training in BJJ.
If you want a brutal ground game, you’ll find it in Brazilian jiu-jitsu here in Korea.