A martial arts style from Korea. It was created around 1960, by a man called Jae Ok Myong. It derives from the traditional Hap Ki Do style of Korea. The words mean "Martial Art of the Spinning Wind", and it puts emphasis in self defense instead of attack. Students are taught how to be able to punch, kick, fall, get out of body grabs, defend against weapons, use weapon against weapon, defense against various opponents and meditation exercises. It is a more or less complete martial art, except that it doesn't put much emphasis on constant combat training.

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