Thread: TKD and North Korean bodyguards
5/12/2005 9:09am, #1
TKD and North Korean bodyguards
A buddy of mine is heavily into TKD, first TKDer to ever really want to spar outside of his dojang that I've met and who has some good strong kicks. He showed this to me yesterday, he got the link from one of those online journal places.
Pretty cool stuff :5slick:
5/12/2005 9:22am, #2
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North Korean propaganda footage embedded into an English language program?
Anyways, a lot of foreign countries do things like this with their elite troops. Its very rehearsed (the fighting parts). Also, it does not take any skill to stand there and have people smash **** on you and/or hit you.
We were out in Egypt to train some of their SAAKA (lightning) commandos and they also wanted to demonstrate their skills and they put on a multiple opponent fight sequence. It was great, just like an old Jackie Chan flick. Very, very rehearsed. The blocks were there before the attacks came. It was a good show though. Enough about that.
5/12/2005 9:26am, #3
5/12/2005 9:27am, #4
5/12/2005 9:40am, #5The back flip off the wall after shooting a target !!If God carried a gun, it would be a 1911.
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5/12/2005 9:51am, #6Originally Posted by Ktulu
BtW, props for being a Lovecraft fan :thumbsup:
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5/12/2005 12:02pm, #7
I'm pretty sure this was a repost, guys....Best Vietnam War music video I've ever seen put together by a vet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDY8raKsdfg
5/12/2005 1:35pm, #8
Breaking **** over oneself sometimes isn't that easy. I've done that stick breaking thing on my instructor and he was left with welts and popped vessels. Does it hurt? Yes. Does it have anythign to do with fighting? Eh not really. Does it look cool and do the laymen go nuts over it? hell yea
5/12/2005 1:37pm, #9Originally Posted by Wounded Ronin
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