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'A Killing Art' is full of interesting and funny stories, while giving a very thorough recount of the trials and tribulation of Gen.
One minor criticism of the book is that, I believe that the author ties the art itself to organizations and to the individuals at the top of the organizations.
If you can do that, then you will truly realize the significance that this book has not only in the history of Tae Kwon Do, but also all of the martial arts.
A martial artist for 40 years - 7th Dan - having known many of the major players, and having received first hand the historical significance of the writing, I find the work to my... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Palma
I bought this as a gift for my black belt TKD teacher son and he LOVED it.Published 1 month ago by LuAnn Binschus
I have studied Chang Hon Taekwondo for ten years. This book answers some questions. And it raises some questions. It puts a very human face on some fascinating stories.Published 3 months ago by Leon Slappey
This book presents a refreshing and honest view of the remarkable history of taekwondo. Practitioners will appreciate the colorful yet insightful anecdotes about the martial arts'... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Alixila
Having spent 20 year's practising Taekwon do.
I found this book to be extremely helpful in filling in some of the questions I have regarding the history of the art.
I know this because he keeps telling me all about it! I am writing this because I know he will never write a review. Read morePublished 7 months ago by C. Provence
Good reflection and history that makes the book interesting, as well the presents of the pioners of tkd and compationPublished 8 months ago by Ivan Tzatchev
I am an original ITF stylist Grand Master. Finally some one, not a Korean, has done a great job of researching and writing a true history of Tae Kwon Do. Read morePublished 8 months ago by James B Yu
Great unbiased history book about Tae Kwon-Do. It covers the Kwans, ITF and WTF history in very good detail. I would recommend this book to any Tae Kwon-Do practitioner. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Joseph Marrero