Video: Watch amazing Korean breakdancer win head-spinning worldchampionship
South Korean Kim Honk-Yeol - known as Hong 10 - has been crowned world breakdancing champion after an amazing performance in his home town of Seoul.
The 28-year-old b-boy was victorious over French rival and reigning champion Mounir in a head-spinning, body-popping three round dance-off.
The victory marks Hong 10's second time winning the Red Bull BC One World Championship after taking the crown in Sao Paulo, Brazil in 2006.
With two championships to his name, he draws him level with French-Algerian breakdancing star Lilou, who won in 2005 and 2009.
After the bout, Hong 10 told organisers he was proud to have won his place in breakdancing history.
"I can’t explain how happy and shocked I am that I won, especially this 10th anniversary year" he said. "To be level with Lilou is amazing; I have a lot of respect for him and can proudly say that I’m also a two-time Red Bull BC One champion."
The Seoul tournament marks the tenth anniversary of the Red Bull BC One World Championship - and the first time the event has been held in South Korea.