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Korean Art of Self-defense

The time frame when these videos were produced was in the "hay day" of the Martial Art Fitness. Back then we had more than 350 active students in 5 different martial arts styles: Taekwondo,l Hapkido, Karate, Aikido, Judo. With more than 200 active Taekwondo students alone.

Due to the age of these videos, the audio may not exactly match the video.


These videos are merely to supplement the training that you already are receiving from a qualified martial arts instructor.

Hapkido is a complete martial art in itself. These videos represent a segment of the wide range of techniques taught in this art of self-defense.

​Video learning alone is not very effective. You need the trained eye of an instructor in either group or private classes to truly learn martial arts. 

These videos were created around the year 2000. They are part of a collection of techniques for black belt training through the Korea/USA SimMuDo Association

There are no guarantees when it comes to self-defense. We need to train hard physically and mentally. All self-defense should only be a last resort when all other options are exhausted.

None of the techniques in these videos are guaranteed to work every time. Common sense is our best self-defense. If you feel a situation is unsafe, trust your instincts and leave.

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