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NAK BUB – FALLING PRINCIPLES

In Kuk Sool Won, as with most martial arts, we train not just on how to counter-attack to defend ourselves, but also how to defend ourselves in a more rounded way; whether that be blocking an incoming strike or disarming an attacker with a weapon. One of our key defence mechanisms which may not...

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WHAT IS EXPECTED OF A KUK SOOL WON STUDENT?

There are many things expected of a Kuk Sool Won student, but the two main pillars of the Kuk Sool Won spirit are etiquette and respect. As such, the Association strives to educate all students about these concepts. All students are encouraged to learn and properly execute all forms of etiquette...

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KUK SOOL ARCHERY

It is generally accepted that, overall, the best archers in the world are from Korea. In fact, of the top one hundred men archers (Olympic style,1992), almost thirty were Korean, and of the women the number was almost sixty. TRADITION Korea has had, without interruption, archery for thousands...

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A PARENT’S TESTIMONIAL

The following testimonial came from a parent. "One of my friends asked “Why do you pay so much money for your kids to do Martial arts classes?” Well I have a confession to make, I don’t pay for my kid’s martial arts. Personally, I couldn’t care less about Martial Arts. So if I am...

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FROM JO KYO NIM TO KYO SA NIM

Last year, I promoted to the rank of second degree black belt or Kyo Sa Nim following 5 years of being a Jo Kyo Nim, two of which were spent testing for Kyo Sa Nim. What is the difference between these two ranks though? To most people, there is none. To people that have achieved them both, there...

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CHILDREN IN NEED BREAK-O-THON!

This year, the Lowestoft and Halesworth Kuk Sool Won schools raised money for Children in Need through a sponsored board breaking event and are proud to announce that we raised an amazing £3055 for the good cause. This was the first “break-o-thon” we’ve done since 2011 and it went...

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