Re: Sempai kohai differences
I can't really generalize... I have trained with some very talented, engaging and fun "noobs" and with some really irritating or just plain BAD yudansha. And vice versa. It's more of a case-by-case thing. Of course, it helps to go with the flow, and train down a little or step up your game based on who you're training with. All a part of blending.