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Jan 5, 2022

[Answer] 1. "Ssireum" is the name of the sport. It is a traditional Korean sport which involves taking your opponent to the ground in some manner. It's a not too distant relative of Japanese Sumo. Which sport is the closest approximation?

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...1. scuba diving 2. swimming 3. wrestling 4. cow tipping "Ssireum" is a traditional form of wrestling in Korea. The contest takes place in a ring filled with sand. It is primarily a sport of endurance, strength, patience and strategy. It is not widely known outside of Korea.




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wrestling:


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