Not even sure this is even relevant to learning a martial arts. People train and use martial arts every day and none of it revolves around who invented Breaking. Which from what I was told was created in NewYork , but there's a theory that breaking is much older than that. There's a lot of debate out there as to just who created breaking But it probably didn't come from Korea. The purpose of this is to highlight that it really doesn't matter who invented "Breaking" This picture is said to be of an old Kung Master demonstrating iron palm. I'm pretty sure he's not the first person to demonstrate that he could break something with his hand. Considering that people were breaking jaws and facial bones in fighting, it would only seem the natural tendency to test one's fist durability by breaking something with their fist or hand. Who "invented" breaking is completely insignificant. And topics like this pretty much are beginning to highlight your extreme dislike of Karate. If you really dislike karate that much then just come out and say it. If you like Korean martial arts then just say you like that, without having to try to make statements about systems that you don't like.