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    Korean terms

    Does anyone know what the Korean terms for bullshido and mcdojo are?

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    The equivalent of bullshido in Korean is hwarangdo. And the McDojo equivalent is WTFTaekwondo.

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    or you could use the one term that means them both simultaneously...

    ATATaekwondo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf
    or you could use the one term that means them both simultaneously...

    ATATaekwondo.
    I actually saw a few ATA Taekwondo schools in Korea. It was really weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Dempsey
    I actually saw a few ATA Taekwondo schools in Korea. It was really weird.
    Oh, great, as if TKD can't get anymore degenerate. Now that damn organization is coming over to its home country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gooking
    Oh, great, as if TKD can't get anymore degenerate. Now that damn organization is coming over to its home country.
    The technical term is ouroboros.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Dempsey
    I actually saw a few ATA Taekwondo schools in Korea. It was really weird.
    The school I trained at in Korea became affiliated with the ATA in the final year that I trained with them. This was basically what I saw happen.

    1. Introduction of stick fighting techniques. Since I was the only one in the school with any formal stick training, guess who got to teach the new stick work?

    2. Rudimentary grappling was introduced. (Read as crappling) Again none of the instructors had any real idea what they were doing.

    3. TKD classes did not change. All standard WTF curriculum was taught in regards to TKD.

    The stick work and crappling was taught maybe once a month at most. While I was there the ATA in all it's glory arrived from the U.S. to hold a tournament. This was my first exposure to them up close and it was laughable how many out of shape BB were walking around with State/World champion stripes all up and down their uniforms.

    My TKD instructors at the time, prior to the event, asked if I would compete in the stick competition. I took this to mean fighting and told them I would be happy to stick fight as a rep of their school against the U.S. ATA schools. They also were under the impression that actual stick fighting would be occuring since the sticks they were given to train with were foam padded. About a week before the event they came and told me that the stick competition was forms only. I told them I was out, I wasn't doing forms. I would attend the event as a spectator but the only way I was getting involved is if there was actual stick fighting going on. I even asked them again the day of the event if there had been any changes and was there going to be stick fighting, I was given a disappointing no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gooking
    Does anyone know what the Korean terms for bullshido and mcdojo are?
    Shi Bal Kwan

    Dol De Garhi Kwan

    Dohng Kwan

    Gi Jee Beh Kwan

    Also does your name mean you are the Goo King, or that you are gooking.

    If its the latter what does gooking mean, I have a feeling I might be gooking it too...

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