Old Kuk Sool Won Footage at a Temple!

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  1. Brian R. VanCise

    Brian R. VanCise MT Moderator Staff Member

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    That's a really cool clip. Interesting to see the strong Chinese influence.
     
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    Yes very nice video, I wonder what year it was done and who is doing the docrumentary?
     
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    Brian, this is awesome!
     
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    Yes, neat! I love seeing old films and photos of martial artists like this. We have so many romantic images of what happened "in the day" but too little data.
     
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    rmclain Black Belt

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    That first form they are demonstrating in the courtyard looks very, very similar to a form called, "So Ho Yon," which means "Little Tiger Playing (Chasing a swallow)." -roughly. This is a Chinese Chuan-fa form. As far as I know, the first person to teach that form in South Korea (Seoul area) was Lee Po-heng in the early 1960's. Very interesting to see that form in this video.

    R. McLain
     
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    shesulsa Columbia Martial Arts Academy

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    That was kewl! Some familiar stuff in that thar!
     
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    Great Find Brian!
     
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    Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    It's called art that defend country ho go mue ye might miss spelled that from 70s you can find it on youtube
     

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