so are these closer to my blended, or closer to my koreans?
I say the majority are closer to the blended, but there are a few similar to the Korean, simply not enough time between turns to fully unweight.
Overall, lots of early tipping and shovel edge pressure in the high "C".
I'd say my turns in the moguls produce a very similar rhythm to yours on groomed.
An MA on your video would be focused on your hands. IMO your left is holding you back, especially in the bumps. It's to active, often drops below and behind your waist then to compensate, your pulling it across your body producing counter rotation, pulling your skis around on the left turn.
It appears you are dependent on it in the bumps, but is present in the groomed turns also. I don't believe your are trying to generate counter rotation with it in the blended / Korean turns, but since it's there, causes other timing pressure issues possibly.
Your bounce and rhythm in your blended / Korean turns don't look anything like your bump skiing, why abandon the technique in the bumps?