A few posts ago, we shared our experiences from the Seoul Tango Festival. Should you wish to see some of what we saw, please feel free to take a look at the photos Jani (aka Jorge) took while we were there.
Seoul Tango Festival Photos
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We are "Jorge" and "K": Argentine Tango dancers and teachers. In October of 2008 we set out on our Tango pilgrimage. We learned and danced Tango for 6 months in Buenos Aires, we traveled in South America for 4 months, and we returned to Buenos Aires for 2 more months before returning home.
Argentine Tango is more than a dance; it is a culture. With that in mind, we seek to educate and offer thoughts to our students and readers on (traditional) Argentine Tango - the dance that existed and continues to exist in the (traditional) milongas of Buenos Aires.
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