Linage of Korean Martial Arts

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  1. terryl965

    terryl965 <center><font size="2"><B>Martial Talk Ultimate<BR

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    Here is a link to some pretty interesting linage of Korean MA in general. Cjeck out the LINK. Lets talk about it.
     
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    tellner Senior Master

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    Same repackaged myths and lies. New graphics.
     
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    FieldDiscipline 2nd Black Belt

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    I was looking for info. not the norm of lies and such. I know FD it was mind blowing to me as well. Where does these people get some of this crap.
     
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    Wha...!? Heh, Whoa! Is there no end to the compulsive lying? Glad to know that a bunch of Korean male cross dressers taught the Japanese and Chinese how to fight while they themselves were constantly getting pwned by them throughout history :lol:. Shilla Samurang, anybody?
     
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    That was a joke, by the way. Korea more than held her own against her popular neighbors, I just seriously doubt that she taught them all of their military methods via the Flower Knights :asian:.
     
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    Lots of notes on here about "compulsive lying". For the cultural unwashed (me) who have not done a lot of research on the origin of the martial arts, could you provide some examples of what is being insinuated as lies? Thanks!
     
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    As an add on to the above-my instructor was trained by GM Oh (spelling?-pronounced "o"). I assume that he would have been instructing in the 50's and 60's. Does anyone have any research (including pictures) on GM Oh? I have pretty much exhausted the internet links and found a couple of places where his name was mentioned (I think it would be him) but nothing more. Thanks.
     

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