High-Flying Fun on a Teeter Totter

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Oct 27, 2008   Updated: Aug 16 2011 • References: langbulang.blogspot &
In Asia, any activity can be made extreme; in Korea, talented acrobats have turned the benign childhood pastime of playing on a teeter totter into something far more exciting and dangerous.

Watch as the acrobats launch each other in the air on the teeter totter, performing stunts with a hula hoop while in midair. This pastime isn't as out-of-the-ordinary in Korea as we might think, and is actually quite prevalent in folk village festivals.

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