A South African teacher had gone viral on Mzansi after he was filmed showing Korean pupils how to do the gumboot dance.
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Thousands of South Africans are teaching English abroad and one educator, Thembinkosi Tera Mkonko, decided to take a bit of Mzansi with him.
Mkonko, who teaches English in South Korea, posted two videos on his Facebook page recently showing him teaching his pupils the gumboot dance.
Mzansi social media users loves the clips and they applauded Mkonko for sharing the SA culture overseas.
Merlin Ramalaine commented:
"Only a South African would be able to train South Korean bunch, the how to do gumboots tap dance! Super dope Thembz."
Clifford T Smith said:
"Brilliant Thembinkosi Tera Mkonko!"
Nicci Gordon added:
"Wow, wow, love it!"
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on another viral video that went viral. A learner at a school became the toast of the town after he showcased his dance moves.
The learner displayed some slick dance moves, while his classmates cheered him on in the background. The magic moment was caught on camera and went viral on Wednesday.
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