<center><font size="2"><B>Martial Talk Ultimate<BR
- Apr 9, 2004
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- Grand Prairie Texas
This is a limited preview of a book regarding TKD MDK. You should be able to get a good look at the vast majority of the book. I had never really seen any references regarding this style. I recently ran across the History of TKD article which talks about Hwang Kee's issues with the Kwan consolidation. This is basically what led to the separation of the two branches of Moo Duk Kwan as I understand it.
Has anyone ever seen TKD MDK in person? How similar is it really to TSD? Does anyone know any more about this style?
In terms of the book, of particular interest to me wer the history and philosophy sections. The history is very interesting...and the philosophy section seems very close to what most TSD teaches.
It is funny when I tell people I am MDK TKD they all tell me I am TSD and I tell them no. So much for that anyway there are alot of folks that hold true to MDK TKD even though they teach the new form for there school for competition sake.
The KKW does not have a great curriculum that goes out to all KKW school they have become a certified mill over the years because people need these certificate to really compete at certain events.
I thought you said you were Oh Do Kwan.