Martial Arts Origins
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This art specializes in the re-direction of opponent's energy to meet attack.
Some might call this art dance rather than fighting.
Hapkido is a combination of the Korean art of Tae - Kwan - Do, and the Japanese art of Aikido.
This art features grabs, chokes, leg sweeps, and body throws to disable attacker.
Competitors used to attach shards of glass to cloth wrapped around their hands before fighting.
Also claimed by Indonesia
This martial art appears in paintings and royal court records going back for over 500 years.
Despite propaganda to the contrary, Taekwondo was developed by Koreans who had learned Japanese martial arts in Japan during the colonial period and is more closely related to Japanese than Korean arts.
Zui Quan is the infamous "Drunken Fist" form.
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