Discussion in 'Hapkido' started by dvybe, Apr 16, 2007.
Does anyone know where I can find video of GM In Sun Seo in action?
In Sun Seo in action?
As in a Seminar,perhaps?
If you contact the ICHF
They were selling videos of In Sun Seo in a Florida seminar.
Very nice video and it shows a very nice relationship of the techniques to Daito Ryu Aiki Jutsu.
It has a brief History of Hapkido in Korea.
Empty hand techniques
Short stick techniques
A sword form(taught and demoed by GM In Sun Seo's son)
Hope this helps
I am also selling video's of Grand Master Last US seminar when I hosted him in Dallas.
$20, however I must admit the dvd editing is a little lacking.
I would love a dvd can you ship to uk
Sure thing just shoot me an e-mail
I would love to order one as well. I tried to send you a PM but for some reason, I couldn't. If possible, would you PM me with details on payment and shipping.
Thomas my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Nice me too. Jejeje
Putting some clips on youtube would be appreciated!
Thats all straight from the WKSA syllabus, I thought he was teaching HKD now?
or is it all jap jae sool'ed together now. what's up with this???
Have to agree, this is not Hapkido - certainly not the fan material - nice demo though, but the techniques looked "loose"...
Fat guy talks alot
Hmmmm. I keep hearing you tell others what is and is not hapkido. It is getting old........ and its a bit rude. I practice hapkido I have been doing so for a long time. I am not put off that you "put down" my hapkido. However I would think that one so critical might stay in better shape (I looked at your web site).
I am unsure if you are just some guy that sits around in his PJ's shooting his mouth off or if you are real martial artist that feels better about himself with poor shots at others (such as GM SEO).
In short if you feel that either of us might be educated by getting together on the mat please let me know.
The Last Bastion...
Typical response from someone that cannot coherently formulate a useful response.
Then straight to point two, the often covert, or orvert "challenge".
This is the last bastion of the individual who feels the need to try to discredit individuals based not on the merit of their input, but on any other diverting aspect.
In any discussion regarding the art I have spent almost 30 years of my life training in, I feel more than entitled to respond in a public forum to what I see as an individual that spent 30 years telling the world he did not do Hapkido, but Kuk Sool Won - uniforms and all. Now, because the need suits him, he flops over to call what he does "Hapkido" - well, sorry the two arts are not the same.
If you are not happy reading that, well, don't read it. Neither I, nor anyone else here resorted to personal attacks to state our opinions. Just a point of fact.
Yes, I have lots of extra pounds to lose - taking care of a chronically ill family member for 7 years does tend to screw up ones schedule, but I am trying to eat better, and am squeezing out an extra hour out of my already 26 hour day to hit the cardio.
I hardly feel, however, that extra wieght has clouded my judgement on Hapkido.
GM Seo's Hapkido
Just what does the term "loose" mean?
This Hapkido that GM does is HamMinJok Hapkido also called Kuk Sool Hapkido. It is pure Hapkido, if there is such a thing.
Loose is just that, the attacks were from an individual leaning in from a horse stance (the grabs) - and the resulting defenses were all done very far from the body the end of arms reach - there seemed to be little contact that would result in the throws demonstrated.
If you can't stand the heat stay out of the kitchen. If you don't want to be criticized then perhaps you should lay off the "THIS IS THE ONLY HAPKIDO" crap as well as the critical remarks toward Grand Master Seo.
On a good note at least we both agree that you need to loose weight. Come train with me, Kuk Sool Hapkido is a GREAT work out! I'll help you loose that baby fat.
Master J.B. Murphy
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