At this time it is near to impossible for our federation to plan new international events in 2020. We already had to postpone three major events planned and at this point the situation is to unclear to plan new events for 2020.
From September 30 until October 5 the first Hankimuye Master Course took place at the headquarters of our federation in South-Korea. The goal of this event was to discus the future of our federation and to set a course for the following years.
Eight hours of training a day for a whole week. Topped off with a black belt exam for some of the participants. Add some Siljeon Gyeoksuldo and you have the perfect ingredients for a successfull Hankimuye Summercamp. Summercamp Starting on Monday July 15, the summercamp took place in the Netherlands. Chongmukwan let us use their
We call all instructors with a 2nd dan or higher and all school owners to come to Korea and join the First Hankimuye Master Course. Details This weeklong event start on September 30 and will last until October 5, 2019. The costs are 450.000 krw per person for the whole week and covers training, accomodation,
We are proud to announce the first issue of the Hankimuye Magazine. Probably magazine is not the right word. It is a small book about hankido published in a magazine-format. Contents The first issue contains a lot of information about hankido. You can read about the founder, Myung Jae-nam, the founder of our federation, Ko
Sometimes students ask us what the Korean words are for certain techniques or they wonder what it is the instructor exactly says when he says ‘charyeot gyeongnye’ at the beginning of class. For those students we have compiled a list of Korean terms that might come in handy. The Korean words are romanized (converted from
Our federation’s leaders have developed three new certification programs. Next to rearranging the black belt requirements for hankido and hankumdo a new instructor certification program is introduced.
Master Ko Sehwan recently traveled to Europe to teach at schools in the Netherlands, Finland and Spain.
Master Ko Sehwan will be teaching seminars in the Netherlands, Finland and Spain in September and October this year. Master Ko Sehwan has been invited by schools in these countries to share his knowledge of hankido and hankumdo.
In April instructor Klaas Barends (6. dan) wil lead a hankido and hankumdo seminar in Vantaa, Finland. Klaas was invited by Sami Munukka (4. dan), head-instructor at Seongmukwan Finland.