Hok Konishi
S3 Hokuto 'Hok' Konishi
Season Season 3
Birthday July 11, 1984
Age 34
Hometown Tokyo, Japan
So You Think You Can Dance Profile
Age during Season 22
Dance style Breakdance
Partner(s) Jaimie Goodwin
Placement Top 12
All-Star Profile
Hokuto "Hok" Konishi (born July 11, 1984) is a Hip-Hop dancer, specifically Breakdance. She competed during the third season of So You Think You Can Dance and placed in the Top 12.


He trained for two years in hip-hop and locking. He began to dance at age 15. Konishi was formerly a member of the dance crew SickStep. In Season 2 of So You Think You Can Dance, Konishi nearly made it to the final twenty, but had only a student visa and was unable to be legally employed in the United States, which resulted in his dismissal from the program. Subsequently, he obtained a work permit and became eligible to participate in the competition in Season 3.

So You Think You Can DanceEdit

To see all of Hok Konishi's performances from Season 3, click here.


As of 2007, he is a member of a hip-hop dance crew called Quest Crew, which competes and performs in various venues throughout the country. also members of Quest Crew. Quest Crew, which includes fellow "So You Think You Can Dance" Ryan Conferido of Season 1 and Dominic Sandoval of Season 3 was named America's Best Dance Crew Season 3 in Season 3. On July 23, 2009, Konishi reunited with fellow Season 3 contestant and partner, Jaimie Goodwin, to perform their Emmy award winning piece The Hummingbird and the Flower on the 100th episode of So You Think You Can Dance choreographed by Wade Robson. Hok also was seen in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel. He is the choreographer for the group "LMFAO."

Hok also loves art and continues to explore this passion.