Hidden Korean Secret Martial Art Hopaesool - Part II
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Hidden Korean Secret Martial Art Hopaesool - Part II

Advanced self defence technique with Korean Martial Art Hopaesool
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Created by Ki-Hyun Do
Last updated 6/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Ability to neutralize multiple adversaries
  • Ability to neutralize an opponent armed with a weapon
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Requirements
  • To have courage to protect oneself and sense of righteousness that lets one protect others in danger
  • I would advise you to take the Part I of this course before since this course is more of a fast paced course rather than going slowly over the basic forms
Description

A secret martial art of Korea made available to the public for the first time!

"Hopae" was an identification card that men over the age of 16 had during the Chosun Dynasty in Korea. Nobles used "Hopae" made of ivory while ordinary people used wooden "Hopae." Sometimes, Hopae was used as a martial arts weapon in emergency situation. Later, it was systematically developed as martial arts using "Hopae." It is called "Hopaesool." However, since its power so great it was not open to the public. But as times have changed, I hope that Hopaesool can be widely used as a self-defense technique for the average person to protect him- herself from dangerous situations.

If you have taken my Part I course, congratulations and hope you are ready to add on more moves from those basic forms. This will be fun and fast so make sure you have the basics down! 

There are 6 Sections with 30 Lectures.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone, even without any martial arts background, can learn
  • For those who have trained empty-handed martial arts such as Taekwondo, Judo or Jujitsu, it can be a new self-defense experience
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Curriculum For This Course
30 Lectures
02:56:05
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Introductory Lecture
1 Lecture 03:15
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Advanced Grip Techniques
6 Lectures 37:18

Advanced Grip Technique with front head attack continuously
06:47

Advanced Grip Technique with horizontal strike after a lower strike
05:06

Advanced Grip Technique attack by raising Hopae up and down
07:02

Advanced Grip Technique with an inner and outer diagonal strike
05:53

Advanced Grip Technique with a horizontal & downward strike by the edge of Hopae
05:50
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Self-Defense by Grip Techniques
7 Lectures 34:39
When your opponent tries to punch you
05:20

When your opponent threatens you with a knife
04:53


When your opponent is holding your Hopae
05:53

When your opponent is grabbing your wrist
06:13

When your opponent strangles you from behind
05:50

Advanced combination of Grip Techniques
01:24
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Advanced Release Techniques
6 Lectures 39:51
Advanced Release Technique 1
05:06

Advanced Release Technique 2
06:36

Advanced Release Technique 3
08:06

Advanced Release Technique 4
05:52

Advanced Release Technique 5
07:04

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Self-Defense by using Release Techniques
7 Lectures 35:58
When your opponent threatens you with a knife
04:56

When your opponent tries to stab you with a knife
05:50

When your opponent is holding your body from behind
06:37

When your opponent is holding your body from behind including your arms
05:17

When your opponent is threatening you with a long weapon
04:42


Advanced combination of Release Techniques
01:52
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Final Combinations of Techniques (Bon Tae/ Final Review)
3 Lectures 25:04
Grip forms practice (No.1 - No. 6)
08:32

Release Forms practice (No.7 -No. 12)
10:26

Total Final Review
06:06
About the Instructor
Ki-Hyun Do
5.0 Average rating
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18 Students
2 Courses
Taekyun Master - Ki-Hyun Do is the creator of the Hopaesool

While Korea has a variety of excellent martial arts, the only martial art designated as an important national cultural heritage is Taekkyeon. Taekkyeon is also the only martial art designated as UNESCO world heritage. In contemporary Korea, there are three Taekkyeon associations. Master Do is the president of one of the three associations, the Kyulyun Taekyun Association, and he teaches at universities and professional martial arts schools.

He is famous for being the disciple of the late Master Song Deokgee (1893-1987), who was a designated national cultural person in Korea, and has received a lot of media attention. As Master Do was taught directly from Master Song, he is a person who represents Korea’s martial arts; as a person who received Physical Education Master’s Degree from Indiana University and Ph.D from Yonsei University, he is also an internationally active martial artist.

Master Do is also famous for being the inheritor of Hopaesool. Hopaesool is an art that was not casually revealed to the public in Korea due to its lethality. "Hopae" was an identification card that men over the age of 16 carried during the Chosun Dynasty. Nobles used "Hopae" made of ivory, while ordinary people used wooden "Hopae." Sometimes, Hopae was used as a martial arts weapon in emergency situation. Later, a martial art using "Hopae" was systematically developed: The art is called "Hopaesool." However, since its destructive power was great it was not open to the public. Master Do hopes that as times have changed, Hopaesool can be used as a self-defense technique by many, and has decided to open it to the public.

The biggest advantage of Hopaesool is that the Hopae is small and easy to carry, but has great destructive power. The art also demonstrates movements with grace and beauty. We would like to invite you to the new world of Hopaesool.