9/27/2011 5:08am, #51
Beats me. Apparently he started with something called Burimese boxing and ended with something he calls Indo Hapkido. His history doesn't mention how he got there and less about what he studied in between. Maybe he's Burma's counterpart to Ashida Kim.
9/27/2011 9:13am, #52
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I have no problem with INDO HAPKIDO IF Tarun Roy Choudhury has done Hapkido long enough to be able to teach it. He is Indian so the INDO part doesn't bother me. The site doesn't mention his specific training just that he started with Burmese Boxing (which it pretty badass in itself). So if he is a legit Hapikdo instructor then all is well its not like he is inventing something then throwing erroneously using Korean terms for an art with no connection to Korea.______
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9/27/2011 9:40am, #53
I think I just got dumber reading this threadKnowing is not enough, you must apply...
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9/27/2011 10:53am, #54
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Funny.."To sin by silence when one should protest makes cowards out of men".