Discussion in 'Korean Martial Arts - General' started by Steven Lee, Jan 6, 2019.
I provided counter evidence in the breaking thread. It was pretty easy.
Just more cultural appropriation.
Everyone knows the Koreans were the first to beat dead horses.
These seem appropriate right about now.
Historians commonly accept pictures as proof, including archaeological wall drawings. Those are pictures that represent real life scenes, not a cartoon. Imagining that the painter did some imagined works on his own is outside reasonable doubts. For that reason, Subak had frontal slap and punch. This is because Namsun Choi said Subak had punch 100 years ago. Gimu Hong also said Subak had punch 60 years ago. Subyukta also has nickname "fist". Subyukta also has frontal slap. Subak Dance also has frontal slap. Taekkyeon also has frontal slap. By these corroborations, ancient Subak pictures showing frontal slap is valid & corroborated. Subak had frontal slap & punch.
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