Could that be because you can't even spell it?
Originally Posted by Mr. Jones
The sad thing is that I got a B in my 101 English class.
That looks like a really cool movie.
Yeah, this movie's at the top of my "want to see" list. Mostly 'cause I think Kyokushin's teh r34l tkd...
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".
So basically did a bunch of TKD schools start changing their format to be more like Kyokushin or did more Kyokushin schools just start popping up?
After I ordered this movie I had to explain the story behind the movieto my wife a little bit and who Mas Oyama was and why I wanted to see it. Since she is Korean I think she will enjoy seeing it now that she has an idea of who Mas was. Then I explained to her the true history of TKD and how it had roots in Okinawan karate and really has only been around for 50 or 60 years. She just sat there and listened, after I finished she looked at me and said, "OK, uh don't tell any other Koreans that."
I didn't know your girlfriend was Korean.
Asian Cult Cinema It's teh cheap.
Originally Posted by Jaric
Kyokushin is the real TKD? Excuse me for saying this, but WTF?
Last edited by mrblackmagic; 6/22/2006 10:53pm at .
I'm not witty enough to come up with a joke for this.
Originally Posted by mrblackmagic
Did Oyama ever return to Korea?
That was piss weak. **** I better watch myself before I get villiage idiot. I never heard Mas do that, but then most of the accounts I read about him come from Japanese people by way of Americans. I don't see why not unless his family in Korea just didn't want him back.
Last edited by mrblackmagic; 6/22/2006 11:05pm at .
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