This month's cover girl, Jinri Park, could really kick some serious butt.
In her magazine interview, the Korean celebrity has opened up about the impact of Brazilian jiu-jitsu on her frame of mind.
"[Jiu-jitsu] has changed the way I view my life because it teaches you to be very humble," she explains. "The martial art recognizes that there's always going to be someone better than you and who will beat you even if you're very experienced. I get this unexplainable fulfillment out of it."
And unlike other BJJ hipsters who only get into the discipline for style points, Jinri isn't just all talk. She has the moves to back up her game.
The July 2017 muse was recently promoted to blue belt, but not before winning three gold, one silver, and two bronze medals of her own. Not bad for someone who only started out in November of 2015.
We already feel sorry for those who, in any way, want to mess with Jinri.
Even a dark alley becomes a safe place for the bemedalled grappler!
Looks like she has a lot more in common with her character on Encantadia:
We're up for a BJJ lesson, as long as Jinri is our mentor:
Kicking ass is just one of the things she preoccupies herself with these days. Grab a copy of the July issue to learn more about her other passions!
FHM July 2017, which comes with the 100 Sexiest Women in the World supplement, is available in supermarkets, convenience stores, newsstands, and bookstores nationwide!
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