Re: Martial Arts
By: Nightfox to Fratm on Thu Feb 16 2023 09:35:47
I know someone who teaches Korean martial arts, and she used to refer to it as Tang Soo Do, but years ago she started referring to
I googled it and the first link that came up basically says Soo Bahk Do is a more advanced martial art that Tang Soo Do is based on.
The history of Korean martial arts is confusing at times, but there is a good book out there that talks about this stuff by master Barry Harmon calles "5,000 Years of Korean Martial Arts" It goes into great detail about all the different systems and where they originated from.
I find the history to be quite interesting, mainly because most cultures focus on the Japanes and Chinese martial arts when you research them, so this is a different view of martial arts history.
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