When I moved from Bangkok to Seoul, I knew I wanted to join a BJJ gym again to pick up my training. Never would I thought Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Seoul would become my second home, and never would I thought my training partners would become my friends. If you are in Seoul, and looking for a place to train, try Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Seoul, the official and first certified training center in South Korea.
It has been three weeks ago that I competed in the competition and I haven’t talked about it on my blog. Sorry! You might have noticed it via Instagram, but I got third place. Here’s a short update about my experience!
It has been a while since I updated you about my GJJ journey!
I’m now in my fifth month doing GJJ at the gym and quite a few things has changed. I got more bruises than ever, and not only that… I felt that it was time to update again about my path to blue belt, so if you’re interested, click! If not, skip 🙂
Back in March I wrote that I was going to join a gym. Well, I went to the gym but didn’t join because in April we would go on holiday and it wouldn’t fit the schedule well so I waited until we were back from our holiday. And now about 1,5 months has passed since I joined Gracie Seoul and it has been ages since I updated you about my GJJ journey hence NN vs Gracie Jiu-Jitsu #2!
Back in March it was announced that Rener Gracie will be dropping by in Seoul to teach his Super Seminar. As a big fan of Gracie jiujitsu and Rener, I had to be there no matter what. Last weekend was the big day. Finally I was going to experience my very first Brazilian jiujitsu seminar. Not knowing what to expect, Shaun and I went to the seminar and we surely didn’t regret a single bit of it!