What does ‘Hankimuye’ mean?
Hanki (한기) points at Hankido, the primary martial art we teach. Muye (무예) is the Korean term for martial (mu) art (ye). We teach our martial arts on the principles of Hankido.
Is Hankimuye a new martial art?
No, Hankimuye is not the name of a new martial art. Hankimuye stand for the way we feel Hankido should be practiced and taught. Which means teaching techniques based on principles, not just a huge number of techniques.
Can everyone join your federation?
Yes, but we do expect you to train in our system. The federation was founded to serve as a way for people who want to learn our system. Simply said: you have to convert to our style before you can join.
How can I start training?
First check if we have active member schools in your country. The easiest way would be to contact a teacher close to you. When there are no active schools, you can either travel to Korea or invite one of our international instructors to teach you.
Who is master Ko Baek-yong?
Master Ko Baek-yong is the most prominent student of the late master Myung Jae-nam. Myung Jae-nam was the founder of Hankido. Master Ko Baek-yong is the most senior student still actively teaching Hankido. Learning from him is as close as you can get to the source.
How to get to your gym?
The gym is located in Incheon at ‘Seokcheon sageori’ (석천사거리). By subway go to either Incheon City Hall (which is at the number 1 and 2 Incheon line) or Seokcheon sagori station (Incheon line 2).
If you get off at Incheon City Hall head for exit three. Keep walking down the road till you arrive at a big crossing. At the crossing you will see a 7-eleven convenience store. Left to the store is the door to our gym, walk up to the 3rd floor.
If you get off at Seokcheon sageori station, head for exit number 1. Keep on walking until you are at the crossing. Wait for the light to turn green and cross the street. At the crossing you will see a 7-eleven convenience store. Left to the store is the door to our gym, walk up to the 3rd floor.