basketball

Basketball gym

Hi,

I moved to Korea lately and i am looking forward to play some indoor basketball.

I`ve had problems finding a decent basketball gym so i can organize some private games and playing with my friends.

Also i would be more than happy join some other teams and play with other players as well.

So if anybody knows anything interesting please shoot me with some information.

 

Thanks and looking forward to play some ball


Hoo Hoo Hoo Hoosiers!

I know this has nothing to do with teaching English or living in Korea, but sometimes you've got to send your Alma Mater some long-distance love and support. 

photo by Holly Gibson
So from the other side of the world- Hoo Hoo Hoo Hoosiers!! Go IU beat Kentucky, Again!! I will be watching thanks to the magic of the internet!


Jeremy Lin

A few days ago the internet was chattering with the most remarkable news: a stereotype was misbehaving! An Asian was cleaning up on multiple basketball courts, surrounded on all sides and at all times by gigantic, powerful black people—their muscles like pistons, their hearts threatening to burst, as they thundered back and forth along the court, as though each was John Henry reborn! What the hell was going on here? Had the gods of the races lost their minds? Would a man in a mustache and a sombrero put down his acoustic guitar, step away from his mariachi band, and form a Silicon Valley startup? Would a woman in a black beekeeper’s burka go on national television and ask how short skirts and bare cleavage equal female liberation, exactly? Would The Autobiography of Malcolm X slip out of Donald Trump’s business suit by accident? Would a man with dreadlocks finally formulate a proper theory of quantum gravity?


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Ballin' in Busan: The Beginning



WHAT: This is an 8 seed 5 on 5 bball tourney. 
WHEN: This tourney will take place on 07/30/2011
WHERE: Dongseo University 
동서대학교, Busan

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday July 13, 2011

 


The first Ballin’ in Busan charity basketball tournament took...



The first Ballin’ in Busan charity basketball tournament took place on Saturday June 25, 2011 in Dadaepo middle school in Busan, South Korea. It was raining heavily, but it didn’t stop me or the 13 teams that competed. Originally, the tournament was supposed to be held at Pusan National University, but because of the rain we had no choice but to play indoors. The teams were mostly comprised of Busanites, but there were a couple that were from Incheon, Andong and Ulsan, respectively. Together we were able to raise W220,000 for BAPS (Busan Abandoned Pets Sanctuary Fundraiser).


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I'm unsure of the actual length of the Oncheon-cheon Citizen's Park in Busan, South Korea. The stream runs through Dongnae-gu, Yeonje-gu, and Busanjin-gu, and just footsteps outside our apartment building near the Pusan National University of Education.

The sign posted near where I enter says the park's 2,062 km long. Even with my lack of metric system comprehension, I know that cannot be right. What I do know is that I love this park, and I'm really grateful for its presence.

1st Annual Ballin’ in Busan: 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

 

1st Annual Ballin’ in Busan: 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

Location: Pusan National University, Busan, South Korea

Time: Saturday, June 25 · 12:00pm - 7:00pm

 


1st Annual Ballin’ in Busan: 3 on 3 Basketball...



1st Annual Ballin’ in Busan: 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

Location: Pusan National University, Busan, South Korea

Time: Saturday, June 25 · 12:00pm - 7:00pm



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