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The first Korean go-go troupe, The Spookies, was formed in April 1968 and, after meeting "godfather of Korean rock" Shin Joong-hyun, began performing on US military stages.
Joss has also had enquiries from would-be franchisees as far afield as Newcastle and Maidstone - raising hopes that Go-Go Gaggia can go national.
Here are the three essential steps for turning crowds into organizational go-go juice:
Go-Go Dog Pals is also expanding its service area by offering International Shipping services to Mexico and Canada.
Brown styled a unique mix of funk, soul and Latin party sounds to create go-go music.
Melanie, 59, who was voted through on last night's show after a routine with her two chihuahuas, said: "I started go-go dancing in 1969 when I was 18 and I did it for 15 years.
Inset, now HOT STUFF Lady Go-Go in an outrageous outfit at a party in 2007
Starters at Moules a go-go embrace salads, goats'' cheese bruschetta, and fresh steamed Anglesey mussels served in four different ways - marinara, with garlic, onion, celery and white wine; classic with garlic, onion, celery, white wine and cream; with green Thai sauce, and with chorizo and a tomato provenal sauce.
THAILAND'S army coup has become a carnival with go-go dancers and super-heroes lining up beside the tanks.
Soon after leaving this band she joined The Go-Go's who had a British hit in 1982 with Our Lips Are Sealed.
You will recall that the U is a go-go club in the basement of the Frank D.