Hapkido, The Way of Coordination and Internal Power, is one of the
three major Korean martial arts. Founded in 1963 by Master Choi
Young-Sul, it is a complete system of self-defense, encompassing,
striking, kicking, and grappling techniques. Conceptually, Hapkido
techniques more closely parallel those of Aikido than Taekwondo. In
fact, as the author describes, these is a parental link between the
arts. In this book, Scott Shaw presents a precise description of
the techniques, concepts, and applications of this Korean art of
self-defense. Profusely illustrated with 220 clear photographs,
this instructional book describes and depicts self-defense
techniques against in variety of punches, holds, and kicks.
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