john neace commented on the video “1960 Moo Duk Kwan”.
I would like to give my Thanks to the Founder Hwang Kee, Kwan Jang Nim Hwang, and To Sa Bom Nim Seiberlich. I briefly spoke to you Sa Bom Nim Seiberlich in Korea at the 60th anniversery. The conversation was about Master Robert A. Thompson. Ka Sa Ham Ni Da.
Institute Admin commented on the video “1960 Moo Duk Kwan”.
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Subject: RE: Update: 1960 Moo Duk Kwan
From: "Lawrence Seiberlich"
Date: Sat, July 13, 2019 2:23 pm
To: "'Soo Bahk Do Institute'" <email@example.com>
I was a newly minted Cho Dan when this film was made. I was speaking with KJN about it yesterday and he remembers some parts of it. I had quite a few reactions as I watched it. The advanced Hyungs were almost exactly as I learned them – I guess that’s expected as I learned them from the Founder.
The Free-fighting was our old style mix-it-up, and most of the Kyok Pa was somewhat comical. And I enjoyed the performances by the boy who looked about 13 at the time.
KJN confirmed that it was filmed at the Changdoek Palace and I noticed a few from the Central Dojang where I trained occasionally.