Hok was the 2007 crew battle winner of Dance-Bu.
Hok was the winner of Dance Attack.
Hok was the Dance or Die? 10-round survival battle winner.
Hok participated in Trickonometry1 and 2. He placed second in the first one, and was a semifinalist in the second.
Hok was a semifinalist in Undadog2.
Hok was the winner of the Vibe11 dance competition.
Hok loves to read books on philosophy.
Hok's favorite television shows are Family Guy and Da Ali G Show.
Hok's favorite movies are Butterfly Effect, Vanilla Sky, The Game, Memento, John Q, and Saw.
Hok lists hip-hop, R&B, old school, reggae, jazz, classical, and gypsy violin as his greatest musical influences.
After successfully completing the first round of auditioning for the original season of So You Think You Can Dance?, Hok was cut in the second round. While in the second round, he was partnered with Michelle Brooke, who made it through to the top 16.
Hok was voted off So You Think You Can Dance? on July 19, 2007.
Hok was a guest dancer for Busta Groove.
Hok appeared in the Hip Hop World Championships as an opening act.
Hok was a Tony Tee dance contest winner.
Hok travels both domestically and internationally teaching, performing, and choreographing.
Using his artistic ability, Hok positions as Quest's head director/choreographer.
Hok is a former member of the dance troupe SickStep.
Hok is a close friend of Ryan Conferido, a season one contestant of So You Think You Can Dance. Ryan is a fellow member of the group Quest.
He auditioned for the second season of So You Think You Can Dance with his fellow dance troupe members, but was the final dancer to make the Vegas auditions.
Hok is a member of the break-dance group Quest, and they perform at various locations all over California.
Hok appeared on the first and second seasons of So You Think You Can Dance. During the second season, he had problems with his student visa, and was unable to participate in the top twenty. He has since acquired a work visa, and was eligible for the top twenty of the third season.
Hok has performed as a dancer in several public functions including Vibe, All VC, Collaboration, and the Sai-Gai Carnival.
Hok's favorite professional dancers include Andre Fuentez, b-boy Casper, Aja, and Tetris.
Hok is musically talented; he is a skilled violinist.
Hok is a talented artist, creating many drawings and paintings.
Hok loves to cook, and names it as one of his favorite hobbies.
Hok's nickname is "Bazilisk."
Hok: I wasn't sure if I should take art or my dancing professionally, both of them mean a lot to me and they both take a lot of time. But after last year, I really thought about it really hard and I thought dancing is something you can do while your body functions right, so I think for now I would pick dancing as my main focus, and I would always be doing art on the side. I can do art more professionally when I am older and I can't do the tricks that I do right now.
Hok: Possibly, you know, if I had done ballroom, latin, jazz, and contemporary from five years ago, I would have been better. But in reality that's not possible, and if you take that away, what I would have been doing five years ago would have taken some things out of my life that I was doing, so I may have ended as a completely different person.
Hok: (About his So You Think You Can Dance partner, Jaimie) Well, she's...OK, everyone knows she's an amazing dancer. She's beautiful, she's used to working with a partner, so I was a little worried if I was going to be good enough support for her, if I'm going to be able to pick it up as good as her. Hopefully, I was able to do alright for her.
Hok: (Referring to his experience on So You Think You Can Dance) Yeah, it's learning so much stuff. As a whole I learned something new every week and every day, it's helped me grow as a dancer and as a human being. I think the biggest thing is that it really made me realize how much I love dancing. So yeah, all the things I had from the show are positive.
Hok: It was very, very hard actually, because you're really feeling good cause you're dancing with the music, you finish your piece and then all of the sudden they smash you to the ground. It is really hard to take and it's hard cause you're just really feeling good and they knock you down like that, but then again all the stuff they say... they're professionals too and it does make sense.
Hok: Well, actually I haven't had a TV since I came to America, which was almost three years ago. I actually don't know anything in the TV world in America, which is pretty funny 'cause I was on a TV show.
Hok: (Referring to his final solo routine on So You Think You Can Dance) Well, the day before I did that, I really hurt my back pretty bad, so I was just worried I wasn't gonna be able to do anything. I think I could've done better with my solo, but I feel more like no matter what I did with my solo, the judges had made their decisions already, so it probably wouldn't have changed all that much.