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History
Kyuki Do is a Korean art that is a mix of taekwondo, judo, jiujutsu, hapkido, and kobudo. Kyuki-Do was introduced to the United States in 1967 by Grand Master Ok Hyung Kim, the founder of the art. The American Kyuki-Do Federation was established in 1979. Kyuki-Do is an Art that combines the strikes of TaeKwon-Do, the throwing and grappling techniques of Judo and Juijitsu, the joint locks of HapKi-Do, and the practice of kobudo (traditional weapons) into one art.
Kyuki-Do is a Korean martial art that primarily incorporates elements of Tae Kwon Do, Hapkido and Judo. Kyuki-Do was introduced to the United States in 1967 by Grand Master Ok Hyung Kim, the founder of the art. Kyuki-Do is designed to be practical, versatile, and effective at a variety of different ranges and in a variety of different situations.

Style
The Tae Kwon Do derived kicks and strikes provide excellent power at medium and long range, while the throws, locks, chokes and joint manipulation of Judo and Hapkido allow for effective close range fighting and grappling.
Kyuki-Do is a living, growing martial art that continues to expand and change. In addition to the core elements of Tae Kwon Do, Judo and Hapkido, Kyuki-Do also includes techniques from Jujitsu, Karate, boxing, wrestling, traditional weapons from Okinawa and the Philippines, and many other arts and styles.

Videography

Kyuki-Do

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Kyuki Do Promo Video

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Kyuki-Do One Step Sparring #1-30

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Kyuki-Do Demo Team Vid 4

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Kyuki-Do Camp 2012 Register at www.Kyuki-Do.com

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Kyuki-Do Forms Scoring Elements

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