Tukong Moosul (more accurately, Teuk-gong Musul, Korean , meaning literally “Special Forces Martial Art”) officially began as the self-defense system of the South Korean Special
It is widely used by South Korean special warfare units, such as the elite 707 Special Mission Battalion. The roots of Tukong run much deeper, its origins can be traced back many
generations, to the Dae Yeon Sa Temple in South Korea.
The martial artist practicing Tukong Moosul is trained in four areas, based upon the distance theory. The four areas include Throwing (leverage techniques), Punching (hand techniques),
Kicking (foot techniques), and Weapons (extended body techniques).