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From Hapkido to Kuk Sool: Exploring Korea’s Martial Arts

Monday, January 20th, 2014

“Adults from abroad may have trouble keeping up with Korean martial artists, especially those who started training when they were kids — which pretty much includes everybody,” says our correspondent regarding training in Korea.
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Posted in Hapkido, Korean Martial Arts History, Kuk Sool, Taekwondo.

What You Need to Know About the Philippine Fighting Arts: Part 2

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

One of the biggest mistakes you’re likely to see in the Philippine martial arts is when a person fights with a knife in one hand and pins his free hand to his chest. Even worse is when the martial artist hides that hand. The Philippine arts teach that the hand is like a knife,
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Posted in Weapon Techniques.

Hwa Rang Do Founder Joo Bang Lee on the History of Korean Martial Arts

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Korean martial arts history has never been a simple matter. Many of its twists and turns resulted from the painful Japanese occupation that lasted from 1910 to 1945, but others stemmed from matters as mundane as the Korean-English language barrier. Meanwhile, practitioners and scholars have argued, struggled and fought about the evolution of the various
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Posted in Korean Martial Arts History.