Posted February 05, 2018 07:22:17In the world of the karaoke studio, it’s one of those rare moments in the day when a pair of eyes meet and they make for a beautiful thing.
For the past three years, K-pop artist and producer Kang Dong-ho has been creating music for K-Pop TV shows, such as “Bachelor” and “Dance Moms,” and creating videos for various Japanese companies.
Kang Dong-HO is known for creating a variety of music for various companies, including the katakana-based “Karaoke Idol.”
Now, Kang has turned his attention to producing karate movies.
The two-part film, “Karate Ballbusting,” is set to release in the United States in late February, and it’s being produced by the same team that worked on the “K-pop Idol” movies.
The film features a young karate fighter and his sparring partner, who are both from his hometown of Sae-kyu, a city in the northern part of the city of Saitama, Japan.
The duo, who were not named in the film, get together and spar, and soon they get their first fight.
The karate academy and the sparring club are not the only places Kang Dong.
Kang also created music for the popular anime “My Neighbor Totoro,” and the two are scheduled to work together on the next anime.
“My Neighbor Totoro” is a franchise that has been created by the popular animators of the show, and its fans worldwide love it.
In fact, the show has been on a massive popularity boom in Japan, with over 10 million anime episodes in the first half of this year alone.
Kang Dong Ho has been busy working on “Kaiju” and now, it looks like he’s ready to move on to “KataKurai.”
In the kataKaru video, the two fighters fight on the mat, and the fight lasts for a good five minutes.
The fights are extremely choreographed, and there is a lot of blood flowing in the audience.
This is not a typical karate movie, and “Kurai” is no exception.
In fact, I would say that the most exciting part of “Kari” is the choreography.
The characters are very athletic, and I can’t help but feel that the martial arts are as much a part of this film as the characters themselves.
The karate sequences are very fast, and are just perfect for a slow-paced action-packed film.
I was impressed with the direction and the writing in this movie, too.
It was one of the most fun things to watch, and that’s not even including the acting.
The acting is amazing.
You can tell that Kang Dong Hoon has been able to combine his passion for martial arts with his passion in producing music for entertainment.
He has done a great job with “KARATE BALLBUSTERS.”
The movie was also filmed in Saitam, Japan, which is an area where karate studios have been thriving in recent years.
I hope Kang Dong HO and his team can take this experience and turn it into something truly memorable.
Source: ESPN (via Hachima Kikō)