Brazil Samba
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Brazil Samba

by Lee JungHong
(ChangWon, Korea)

The Samba dance is expressed excitement and enthusiasm of the Brazilians. I never have gone to Brazil, but I usually have watched the TV in Korea every year. Samba is very fantastic dancing in Brazil.

I think that Samba is symbolic of the beautiful, healthy, and freedom. Above all, dancing the Samba is seen as an angel in heaven. I never have seen the good dancing in the world and if I have a chance to go to Brazil, I will learn the Samba dance.

The Samba dance has a power making people happy. I heard the Korean adage, "Beautiful women always dance." Ok! Do you want to be a handsome guy or pretty woman? Let's go to Brazil and dance the Samba.

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