Kuk Sul Hapkido Martial Arts

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Hapkido is a Korean martial art, it is a style of self-defense that utilizes joint locks, grappling, throwing, kicks, punches, and other striking attacks.

Hap means "together" (harmony of body and spirit)
DO translates to "way of life, way"
KI is the universal energy (spirit)
Thus, the word hapkido translates to, "The way of harmony through body and mind coordination".

Hwa Rang Do( way of the Flowering Manhood),is a unique martial and academic program established in the ancient Korea around the sixth century AD. The Hwarangdo Korean martial art presents the foundation of training for the important society of youths known as the hwarang; this training placed equal importance on academic and martial skills. Hwa Rang Do has been created in accordance with the ancient principles of yin and yang which emphasizes the balance in life and harmony with others and nature.

A Complete Martial Arts System and ancient Korean Art Of Self Defense.Kuk sul Hapkido is a combination of Kung Fu, Hapkido, Karate, Tae Kwon Do and Judo and is a System Of Leverage And Pressure Points that was created by Grandmaster Sung Bong Moon who formed his own martial art system known as Kuk Sul Hapkidoin

Kuk Sool Won, Korean martial art is a modified self-defense art, which contain the martial arts history of Korea. Kuk Sool Won is well organized and comprises all characteristic of the usual Korean martial arts. Kuk Sool Won contain the complete range of well-known Asian martial arts , training techniques, mental training, and customary weapons training.

You should be aware that Martial Arts is not created or formed by any one person. Systems are developed by many people and cultures over centuries.