KARATE COREANO TANG SOO DO
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TraditionsTang Soo Do" (당수도) is the Korean pronunciation of the Hanja 唐手道 (pronounced Táng shǒu dào in Chinese), and translates literally to "The Way of the Tang Hand."The same characters can be pronounced "karate-dō" in Japanese.this is because has been fundamental the evolution socio-political of Korea's .Tang Soo Do is a martial art originating from KoreaThe art of Korean Tang Soo Do can be traced back to the era of the three kingdoms (Koguryo, Silla and Paelche). At the time, martial arts were widely used in warfare. Tang Soo Do became very popular in the army... See more
The Form Hyong (Kata)
kata is a Japanese word (型 or 形) meaning "form". It refers to a detailed choreographed pattern of martial arts movements made to be practised alone. It can also be reviewed within groups and in unison when training. It is practised in Japanese martial arts as a way to memorize and perfect the movements being executed. Korean martial arts with Japanese influence (hapkido, Tang Soo Do) use the derived term hyeong (hanja: 形) and also the term pumsae (hanja: 品勢 hangeul: 품새). See more...
Combat (Ciayu Teryon)
Free combat (Ciayu Teryon) is the maximum expression
of execution in full freedom,concerning the use of
defensive and offensive techniques.
The purpose in martial combat is to minimize
a conflict situation. See More..