My instructor training and competing over the years
Tang Soo Do, Dan Grand Championship Hyungs, part 3 of 3 1994, USTSDMDK Fed. National Championships,...
TAE-KWON-DO Tornado Kick!!!!!
During Hwa Rang Do's® Korea Trip in 2004, Chief Master Lee woos and wows the crowd with a myriad of...
Korean Martial Arts are the martial arts that are native to, or were adapted and modified by, Korea. Some known Korean martial arts are Hapkido, Kuk Sool Won, Taekwondo, and Tang Soo Do. Ho Kuk Mu Sul is also a combination martial art combining several different Korean martial arts. There has also been a revival of Korean sword arts as well as knife fighting and archery.
Modern Korean martial arts - These Japanese arts were introduced to Korea during the occupation or brought to Korea by Koreans who had studied in Japan. (Korean martial arts were banned. but survived through underground teaching and folk custom) Ancient books like the Mu Ye Do Bo Tong Ji became popular study material for Korean martial artists, and influenced the development of many modern Korean martial arts. Although martial arts like taekwondo and tangsudo have some mixed with Japanese version of Chinese martial arts karate. In a similar manner, hapkido developed from Daito Ryu, but also with influences from traditional Korean and Chinese martial arts, into a distinctively Korean martial art.
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