With the outbreak of the corona virus the request for other means to receive instruction has been enormous. Our federation has decided to make online private instruction possible. You can order 30 minute private classes with instructor Ko Sehwan from our webshop.
The Corona virus holds many countries in its grip and many schools are forced to postpone their classes. We recently had to cancel seminars in Brazil and Spain. To give everyone the chance to keep on training, we will organise an online seminar on Saturday March 21.
Master Ko Sehwan will return to Texas to head the HKD Summer Camp 2020. We have decided to move the location for the HKD Summer Camp 2020 from South-Korea to Texas. Due to the recent corona-virus outbreak people have told us that they don’t feel comfortable booking tickets to Korea. Master Tom Foucha from Sangmukwan
We gladly announce our upcoming seminar in Brazil. Instructors Ko Sehwan and Klaas Barends will be teaching a two day seminar in Sao Paolo on March 21 and 22. Both instructors were invited by Luiz Miele and Claudio Fauza to teach the hankimuye curriculum in Brazil. In 2015 Klaas Barends already traveled to Brazil to
During the last weekend of January 2020 Klaas Barends will visit Mallorca to teach hankido to the members of Martial Arts School Hwarang. Pedro Campillo who runs the school on Mallorca has invited Klaas in preparation of the Hankimuye Master Course 2020 that will take place in October on the island as well.
We are currently making plans for the year to come. Seminars, training camps, master courses, exams there is a lot to do in 2020. If you want to be in on this, please keep reading.
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.
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.