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H.C. Hwang

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H.C. Hwang

H.C. Hwang (Jin Mun Hwang) Biography

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Philosophy

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Philosophy

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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Moo Duk Kwan® Headquarters

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Moo Duk Kwan® Headquarters

Seoul, Korea is home to Founder Hwang Kee’s original Moo Duk Kwan® school headquarters. Today, headquarters for the World Moo Duk Kwan are located in Springfield, NJ USA.

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World Moo Duk Kwan

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World Moo Duk Kwan

Founder Hwang Kee  named his son, H.C. Hwang, as his successor in a sealed document that was opened by the U.S. Board Chairperson and other officials upon his passing. The U.S. Federation Board of Directors and leaders of other authorized Moo Duk Kwan organizations around the world honored the Founder’s directive and H.C. Hwang assumed leadership of his martial art system wordlwide. He formed the World Moo Duk Kwan organization to unify Moo Duk Kwan practitioners around the world and continue pursuit of the Founder’s dream and the...

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Soo Bahk Do

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Soo Bahk Do

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Tang Soo Do

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Tang Soo Do was the name Hwang Kee adopted for the martial art system that he taught in his Moo Duk Kwan schools circa 1947.

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Tae Soo Do

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Hwang Kee’s Martial Art System

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Hwang Kee’s Martial Art System

In the early days of operating his Moo Duk Kwan training hall, he referred to his unique martial art system taught in his school as “Tang Soo Do.”

Over time Hwang Kee strengthened his resolve that his unique martial art system would be highly representative of Korea’s culture and history and he also adopted the name “Soo Bahk Do” for his martial art system and incorporated new content to support his goals.

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The Moo Duk Kwan® School

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The Moo Duk Kwan® School

In his training hall, Hwang Kee taught students his unique Moo Do philosophy and martial art system.

Founder Hwang Kee named his training hall (Dojang) or school “Moo Duk Kwan®” which translates as “military,” virtue,” institute.”

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Trademarks

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Hwang Kee’s Moo Duk Kwan® martial art school’s public identity and reputation are highly regarded by many practitioners worldwide. One of the most widely recognized marks of the Moo Duk Kwan® school used by authorized instructors and students to denote their affiliation is the fist logo adopted by Founder Hwang Kee. Learn more about the history of this legendary and iconic image: The Moo Duk Kwan History Book There Is Only One Moo Duk Kwan History of the Moo Duk Kwan Fist Legacy of the Moo Duk Kwan Fist by Floyd Burke, Black Belt...

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