Posted On:4/01/2007 9:20am
Style: Tae-Ninjitsu Mu Sool
The Sul Sa Do self-defence system comprises hand and foot striking and blocking techniques - which form the core of the Art - accompanied by locking and throwing techniques. Sul Sa Do promotes "natural" movement and provides an effective and efficient self-defence.
The "battlefield" of today can also be aspects of our day to day lives. Sul Sa Do can help by building confidence, perseverance in one's actions and indomitable spirit in one's outlook.
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Posted On:4/24/2007 1:17pm
Style: Be Happy
Its just another Hapkido derived art. Nearly all Korean arts are derived from Japanese arts.
Ghost of Charles Dickens
Posted On:5/19/2007 3:05pm
Style: Southern Short Fist
Same idea as Kuksoolwon. There are a handful of authentic traditional Korean martial arts. Hapkido and Taekwondo are not amoung them. They are passed down in the temples and from father to son, and are not practiced by the general population. Only a couple temples still practice them, one outside of Gyongju. They are called 'mountain' musul, or 'temple' musul, and look much more like nothern varities of chinese Kung Fu then most Koarean martial arts, which mostly comes from Shotokan Karate and Aikido.
Posted On:5/29/2007 11:52pm
so every korean martial art are just imitation of another ones??? Kuk Sool Won = Kung Fu/Wu Shu Hapkido=Aikido/Karate Kumdo=Kendo TaeKwonDo=Karate Gumdo=Iaido
Posted On:5/30/2007 12:56am
Oh I forgot Sipalki that is korean kung fu and Yudo
I Ducked Out on a Gong Sau
Posted On:5/30/2007 4:12am
Style: Gentleman Adventurer
whoa that guy just totally split a coconut.
Posted On:5/30/2007 6:25pm
Style: Choy Lee Fut Kung Fu
There's still Taekkyon which is considered a national treasure in Korea.
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