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Hapkidos reputation as a self-defense art is unrivaled. In this first of two Hapkido Self- Defense DVDs, Grandmaster Myung Yong Kim and Grandmaster Chang Soo Lee teach you the standing defenses of Hapkido Jin Jung Kwan including locking, takedown and throwing defenses against:
* single, double, cross and rear wrist grabs
* front and rear bear hugs
* front and rear collar grabs
* belt grabs
* elbow grabs
Hapkido Self-defense Volume 1 will give you a solid foundation in hapkidos stand-up defenses. This comprehensive instructional DVD was filmed on location in Korea. Learn directly from the headmaster, founder and international demonstration team members of this dynamic Korean art.
Includes both English and Korean language tracks.
Myung Yong Kim is the founder of Hapkido Jin Jung Kwan and Chang Soo Lee is the headmaster of Hapkido Jin Jung Kwan in Korea.
This is the best Hapkido self defense video I have come across. As a third Dan in Tae Kwon Do, and Hapkido, I find that my heart lies with Hapkido's complexity and variety of... Read morePublished on November 19, 2012 by Someguy
As a long term hapkido practitioner with connections to the Korea Hapkido Federation I was very excited to see this video representing the tradition we come from. Read morePublished on March 19, 2010 by Toronto_Matt
Hapkido Essentials and the two Hapkido Self Defense volumes are great for technique review. These products are good for those individuals that are now training or having had some... Read morePublished on August 27, 2007 by SF Troop
this series is not for novice martial artists. But for those who have some experience in martial arts, especially in hap-ki-do, you will find these moves beneficial and deadly. Read morePublished on July 12, 2005 by stories60
I just finished this DVD, and I have to say that if you wont good self defense keep looking. The moves were hard to see, and did not have good explanations. Read morePublished on February 5, 2005 by H. Miller