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 Guten Morgen Foundation & World Chun Ki Do Association 
 

HAPKIDO CHUN KI DO ASSOCIATION USA

Han-young Choi Facebook

 

WORLD CHUN KI DO ASSOCIATION


World Chun Ki Do Association


World Chun Ki Do Association Facebook Gruppe


CHUN KI DO ASSOCIATION AFRICA


CHUN KI DO ASSOCIATION EUROPE


 

Martial Arts Institute

 


 

DANIEL RAY WALKER

 



GRANDMASTER DANIEL RAY WALKER


DANIEL RAY WALKER

 

MASTER ANTONY ROGERS

 

LATMA


LATMA


Louisiana Academy

 

DYNAMIC TAEKWONDO HAP KI DO


MASTER JAESHIN CHO & ROMAN NIKOLAUS URBAN


Dynamic-Taekwondo-Academy

 

DYNAMIC TAEKWONDO HAP KI DO

 

 

Silent Strem Martial Arts

 

 

MASTER GREG JUMP


Silent Stream Martial Arts

 

Silent Stream Martial Arts


MASTER ANTOINE HINES

 

Intense Taekwondo

 

ANTOINE HINES


Itense Taekwondo


Mster John Wyatt

 

 Lion's Den Hapkido

 

JOHN WYATT


 Lion's Den Hapkido


 Antionette Chavez Han-Young Choi

 

Master Antionette Chavez

 

Antionette Chavez


Taiki


GOLD MEDAL TAEKWONDO

 

MASTER MARCY SHOBERG


MARCY SHOBERG


 

MAXIMUM MARTIAL ARTS


JÖRG MOSSMANN JUSTIN CASTILLO ROMAN NIKOLAUS URBAN

 

MAXIMUM MARTIAL ARTS


MAXIMUM MARTIAL ARTS


MASTER ERIC SMITH


Screaming Eagles Martial Arts

 

 

 

 

ERIC SMITH


Sreaming Eagles Martial Arts



MICHAEL WIDENER

 

 

Michael Widener



 

 





Gwangjangnim Han-young and Chun Ki Do 

Gwangjangnim Han-young Choi was born in Kyongkido Korea December 11, 1935. He began his formal martial arts training at the age of four, instructed by his father (Chun-san Choi) and his uncle (Man-san Choi), in 1939 to learn his family's martial arts system, a system based on stepping, spinning, and jumping. At 8, his father admitted him into a Buddhist monastery to receive a more formal education and to continue his martial arts training. It was at the monestary where he learned breath control, mind control, and the classics. He learned Taekwondo Mudokwon from the late Grandmaster Hwang Ki and Hapkido from the late Grandmaster Jang-in Moke. In May 1974, he established the World Chun Ki Association to help spread his knowledge of his Martial Arts to the world. He has trained over 50 thousand students over Asia, Europe, and America, and is considered by many as one of the only surviving original Hapkido Grandmaster.