The Development of Kuk Sool Won by the Grand Master Suh, In Hyuk is a significant event in the history of Korean martial arts.
In order to understand the significance and the complexity of Kuk Sool Won, it is important to differentiate between a style of martial art and a system of martial art styles.
Tae kwon do, Shotokan, Judo, Tang soo do, Aikido, Hapkido and so on are all different martial art styles. Kuk Sool Won, on the other hand, is not really a style of martial arts, but it is instead a highly scientific comprehensive martial art system.
This means that Kuk Sool Won is not limited to a particular style of martial arts, but it is a systematic study of the entire Korean martial arts spectrum dating from ancient times to the present, it includes many martial art styles within its scope comprising of Hand strikes, leg strikes, throwing and grappling, joint locking, falling and acrobatics, body conditioning, traditional weapons, pressure points and many other martial art practices.
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