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Jul 7, 2016
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5 Saktong Pogi Moves You Should Add To Your Game

In the not-so-distant past, a man has to be successful, wealthy, or good-looking in order to get the girl. These days, however, it’s all about being sakto.

Make no mistake: Being saktong pogi is not about being average. It’s about striking the right balance between looking good, doing good, and being good, essentially becoming the best version of yourself. These tips should improve your game while improving your well-being:

1. Stay updated.
Chicks dig smart guys, and knowing what’s going on in the world around you is an easy way to look the part. Take a few minutes each day to brush up on your knowledge on pop culture, showbiz, and current events.

2. Get a hobby you’d be proud of.
There’s so much more to life outside of the virtual worlds we dwell in. Train to compete in your favorite sport. Learn how to cook. Go hiking or surfing or rock climbing. Start a blog...or a novel. The sky's the limit, really. 

3. Be a model employee.
Accomplishing all your deliverables is one thing, but striking a work-life balance is another. There are ways to work around it--go to work early and leave on time, don’t procrastinate, and do your best to get along with colleagues.

4. Party responsibly.
Don’t be the partyboy who flirts with all the girls, evades paying the bill, and challenges everyone to a fight. Know your limits, and stick to them.

5. Be well-groomed.
Get a hairstyle that suits you, keep your nails neat, wash your face to keep pimples away, and take a bath daily. Really guys, it’s not that hard.

It’s all about confidence, good grooming, and proper hygiene. Luckily, Kojie San Men is here to make your journey to becoming saktong pogi even easier.

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