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    Did they Ahsah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
    Did they Ahsah?
    ha.haha.ha.. "Asah!!!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
    But General Choi's TKD has nothing to do with North Korean attrocities, Fug! How dare you insinuate that!
    Quote Originally Posted by miguksaram
    It is no secret about NK kidnapping Japanese. But what does this have to do with TKD? Did NK use secret TKD ninjas to do the kidnapping?
    Oh, my bad. The North Koreans of course practice stuff that they learned from their culture and the thousands of years of martial arts. It's different from Choi's TKD, it's like the real Hwarangdo.

    "Taekkyon, as practiced by the Sonbae, eventually spread from the Koguryo Kingdom to the Silla Kingdom (57 BC - 935 AD). The Silla Dynasty had its own version of the Koguryo's Sonbae. The Hwarang, literally meaning "Flower Knight", practiced Tae Kwon Do as a part of their regular curriculum. Organized by King Jin Heung in 537 AD, the Hwarang proved to be a vital part of the unification of the Korean peninsula during the Silla Dynasty."

    But according to the above, the North Koreans have TKD too!

    Some call it a sport -- others, an art.
    But it is more than that.
    Tae Kwon Do is not just a way of life,
    but a way of being -- a way of existing.

    More than two thousand years of excellence
    has been manifested into the lives of millions of people.
    For them, the Do Jahng is not confined to a building.
    For them, there is one Do Jahng, and it fills the world.
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    Fug,

    Pass to the left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fug
    Oh, my bad. The North Koreans of course practice stuff that they learned from their culture and the thousands of years of martial arts. It's different from Choi's TKD, it's like the real Hwarangdo.

    "Taekkyon, as practiced by the Sonbae, eventually spread from the Koguryo Kingdom to the Silla Kingdom (57 BC - 935 AD). The Silla Dynasty had its own version of the Koguryo's Sonbae. The Hwarang, literally meaning "Flower Knight", practiced Tae Kwon Do as a part of their regular curriculum. Organized by King Jin Heung in 537 AD, the Hwarang proved to be a vital part of the unification of the Korean peninsula during the Silla Dynasty."

    But according to the above, the North Koreans have TKD too!

    Some call it a sport -- others, an art.
    But it is more than that.
    Tae Kwon Do is not just a way of life,
    but a way of being -- a way of existing.

    More than two thousand years of excellence
    has been manifested into the lives of millions of people.
    For them, the Do Jahng is not confined to a building.
    For them, there is one Do Jahng, and it fills the world.
    Lmao TKD DoJangs are little day care camps for kids a lot of them also serve as Hak Wons as well. Lmao sounds like the **** Han Pul sun sah tried to say to me at Jiri san....
    Maybe you should talk to his ass he is an awesome sword master and korean kung fu guy
    i have to give it up tho this dude can move on the rocks with amazing speed and swing that sword nicely. they also say he is the most deadly guy in south korea and he beat over a hundred kung fu sifu's and fifty japanese karateka and judoka lol.

    here is a link of this dude met him in person he is kind of koo tho he thinks martial arts are all about spiritual development.
    http://search.pandora.tv/frame/outSe...ED%3F%3F%A0%EC
    here is a link

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    ToUnderstand,

    Glad you enjoyed your time with Hanpul-seonsa. He is an old friend of my teacher. Please stat a thread telling us about your training with him.

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    So it's Hanpul they do at Jiri-san? I thought it was called Seondomuye or something like that.

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    No. Hanpul is his name.

    Jiri-san is a mountain known for its shrines & monasteries. There are numerous individual temples there, both Daoist and Buddhist.

    You're thinking of Seonmudo, which taught at Golgulsa.

    If you have more questions on this, start a thread.

    This thread is for discussion of the book "A Killing Art".

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    Yeah, I know all the other stuff. There's a style called Hanpul, which is why I asked. No more!

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    Hanpul & Hanpul-seonsa are unrelated.

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