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The Fire
By Phil Duncan

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What is it about a fire that draws us to it almost instinctively? We may not even be cold, yet we can’t resist “backing up” to a nice warm fire. Is it just coincidence that we are so predictable when we are near one or could it be that we have an inborn sense that draws us to it? It seems that almost everyone is attracted to and responds the same way to a well tended and controlled fire. Perhaps this offers a unique insight into one aspect of our art

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Moo Do Values

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Last UpdatedSaturday, March 31, 2012Reading Time: 1 minuteFounder Kee Hwang's Soo Bahk Do martial art system is infused with values that...

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Philosophy

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Founder Hwang Kee’s Moo Do Chul Hahk details a philosophy of the “martial way” (Moo Do), a philosophy of balance emphasizing the development of personal virtue and character. It is a book written as a guide for any martial arts practitioner who wishes to deepen their understanding and practice of Moo Do Philosophy to become an authentic moodoin—that is, a true follower and exemplar of the “Martial Way”.

The Moo Do Chul Hahk provides deep insights into the unique life journey of the Moo Duk Kwan Founder.

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Technique

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The technical prowess of Moo Duk Kwan practitioners is legendary and a testament to the effectiveness of the rigorous training regimen enforced by Founder Hwang Kee.

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Discipline-Respect

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Hwang Kee’s Moo Duk Kwan® martial art schools teach discipline and respect to every student and they are expected to embrace and demonstrate these values inside and outside the school.

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Tradition

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In founder Hwang Kee’s Moo Duk Kwan school (Do Jang), students have always been, and continue to be,  instilled with a deep appreciation and respect for Korean culture

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History

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Understanding one’s history, creates opportunities for a future different from one’s past. We trust you will enjoy your visits and learn new things during your stay.

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