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    I wonder how much of an impact this film had in the martial arts community in Korea?

    Every organization in the country probably tried to claim he trained in their system and that is why he was bad ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kidspatula
    I tried watching that but I couldn't stand the horrible music
    That music goes by the name of Epica. It falls in the Nerd Metal category. Otherwise known as the swords and sorcery metal category. How do I know this? Cause I have that album. Why? Because the lead singer is fuckin' beautiful.

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    I'm thinking you had Epica playing in the background and never noticed the K-pop playing during the vid, cause that wasn't Epica, no sirree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geijhan
    I'm thinking you had Epica playing in the background and never noticed the K-pop playing during the vid, cause that wasn't Epica, no sirree.
    the traning montages were ALL epica. hell, I can even name the song that plays during the dvd menu

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    and were telling you that the music playing on the youtube highlight video is not even remotely close to metal.

    But good call on the band, ill go check it out when i have spare time.

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    Just bumping an old thread - Just caught this movie and I thouroughly enjoyed it. I had never wanted to train in the frozen mountains all day and break stones with my hand while wearing a roughed up gi and dirty handwraps until I saw this movie.

    Seriously though, I liked this movie. I enjoyed it alot - it does take a bit to get to the KARATE ACTION but theres some fights leading up to it. Oh yeah, and the guy gets stabbed like every other scene. I think its worth the time to see.

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    Barami Fighter is one of my favorite movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin.74
    I wonder how much of an impact this film had in the martial arts community in Korea?
    A lot.

    Like we've talked about before, the Koreans are waking up to how much a lot of their training sucks, except for a few badasses like Choi Baedal/Oyama Mas.

    Kyokushin attendance jumped after the movie, and gained new popularity in South Korea as "T3H R34L TKD".

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin.74
    Every organization in the country probably tried to claim he trained in their system and that is why he was bad ass.
    Suprisinginly, not so much...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartialArtN00b
    and were telling you that the music playing on the youtube highlight video is not even remotely close to metal.

    But good call on the band, ill go check it out when i have spare time.
    i thought kidspatula meant she tried watching the actual movie.

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    I don't know what you guys are talking about how much you couldn't stand it. I faviroted it and I never favirote anything.

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