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Kwang Jang Nim Han-young Choi founder of Chun Ki Do - Hapkido


Kwang Jang Nim Han-young Choi was born in Kyongkido Korea December 11, 1935. He began his formal martial arts training at the age of four, instructed by his father (Chun-san Choi) and his uncle (Man-san Choi), in 1939 to learn his family's martial arts system, a system based on stepping, spinning, and jumping. At 8, his father admitted him into a Buddhist monastery to receive a more formal education and to continue his martial arts training. It was at the monastery where he learned breath control, mind control, and the classics. He learned Taekwondo Mudokwon from the late Grandmaster Hwang Ki and Hapkido from the late Grandmaster Jang-in Moke. In May 1974, he established the World Chun Ki Association to help spread his knowledge of his Martial Arts to the world. He has trained over 50 thousand students over Asia, Europe, and America, and is considered by many as one of the only surviving original Hapkido Grandmaster. 

Besides the teaching of Choi Yong Sul, who was teaching Dae Dong Ryu Yu Sul, Chang In Mok also contributed  to the spread of this martial art in Korea. Even though he did not produce many students, his tradition was continued by a handful of followers who organized the Hong Moo Hoe and taught the traditional Dae Dong Ryu Yu Sul system.

Choi Han Young, after he had studied for three years under Chang In Mok, moved to Seoul and began to teach Dae Dong Ryu Yu Sul, but he joined the Kuk Sool organization and taught Dae Dong Ryu Sul under the Kuk Sool name. In 1972, Choi Han Young immigrated  to the United  States and moved  to El Paso, Texas.  He created  his  own system called, Chun Ki Do.

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My memories of  Kwang Jang Nim Han-young Choi of Chun Ki Do - Hapkido

The Hapkido style Chun Ki Do was developed by Kwang Jang Nim Han-young Choi


Grand Master Han-young Choi was born in Korea, Kyongkido on December 11, 1935. He began practicing martial arts at the age of four in 1939 and was initially taught by his father Chun-san Choi and uncle Man-san Choi; his family's martial arts system is a system based on steps, twisting, and jumping. At the age of 8, his father gave him to a Buddhist monastery to get a better education and to be able to continue his martial arts training. In the monastery, he learned breath control, mind control, and all kinds of classical martial arts.

Grandmaster Choi also learned Taekwondo Mudokwon from Grandmaster Hwang Ki and was also a top student and companion of Taekwondo in Korea.

Grandmaster Choi was one of the top students of Grandmaster Dr. Jang-in Mok, who learned Dae Dong Ryu Yu Sul Hapkido from his teacher Masuta Yutaka and his teacher Takeda Sokaku. Grandmaster Choi was his first student who, after three years of training, was Dr. Chang-in Mok’s Dae Dong Ryu Sul style in Seoul. He later joined the Kuk Sool Organization and taught Dae Ryu Sul under the name Kuk Sool.

Grandmaster Choi immigrated to the United States in 1972 and founded his own style in May 1974, calling it Choi ’Martial Arts first and then Chun Ki (heavenly force) and we spread his knowledge of Korean martial arts all over the world. He has trained over 50,000 students in Asia, Europe, and America and is respected and regarded by many as one of the few surviving original Hapkido grandmasters.

His belt testing program is methodical and didactically structured, all techniques are explained in simple steps and are easy to understand for everyone. With his 15 hand levers, his method of bringing techniques to man is unique in the martial arts scene.

In 1980 I met this great man who became my father, friend, and teacher. I became his No. 2 top student. Since then, I have been tied up and trapped and spent day and night with Han-young Choi and his family. I traveled with him through the USA to spread Choi’s martial arts. I completed all of my Dan degrees with a large audience and always with a large crowd of critical audiences. Grandmaster's goal was to develop his own martial art to reach the 10th Dan. So the Chun Ki was born and after a long time and a lot of work, the longed-for Do came and Chun Ki Do has established itself worldwide and was recognized as a new style in the colorful Hapkido world and Grandmaster Han-young Choi received the Title Kwang Jang Nim the founder of Chun Ki Do Hapkido.

Shortly before he died in 2013, he called me in and we started our last tour of the United States. During this tour, my master asked me to take Chun Ki Do into the world and, after a seven-year break, motivated me to start again with Hapkido.

After 10 years of training with Grandmaster Choi, I received my master's degree and 6th, Dan, in 1990. In 1993, Grandmaster Han-Young Choi in Mainerzhagen gave me the 7th Dan and appointed me Chiefmaster Europe. In 1998 Grand Master Choi in Untermeitingen awarded me the 8th Dan for my commitment. Grandmaster Han-Young Choi died peacefully on July 26th, 2013 while fishing was his favorite sport.


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Grandmaster Han-young Choi was the top student of Grand Master Dr. Jang-in Mok,  who learned Dae Dong Ryu Yu Sul Hapkido 

Grandmaster Han-young Choi learned also Teakwondo Mudokwon under Grandmaster Hwang Ki and was also a top student and pioneer of Taekwondo in Korea.

Do Joo Nim Choi was the top student of Grand Master Dr. Jang-in Mok, who learned Dae Dong Ryu Yu Sul Hapkido from his teacher Masuta Yutaka and his teacher Taketda Sokaku. Grandmaster Choi was his first student to spread Dr. Chang-in Mok's Dae Dong Ryu Sul style in Souel after three years of training. Later he joined the organization Ku Sool and taught there Dae Ryu Sul under the name Kuk Sool. 

 In 1972 Do Joo Nim Choi immigrated to the USA and founded his own style in May 1974 and named it first Choi' Martial Arts and later Chun Ki (Heavenly Power) and we spread his knowledge about Korean martial arts all over the world. He has trained over 50,000 students in Asia, Europe and America and is respected by many as one of the few remaining original Hapkido Grandmasters.

His belt examination program is methodical, didactically structured, all techniques are explained in simple steps and easy for everyone to understand.  With his 15 hand levers his method to bring techniques to the man is unique in martial arts. 
In 1980 I met this great man who became my father, my friend and my teacher. I became his top student no. 2. Since that time I was tied up and trapped and spent day and night with Han-young Choi and his family. I travelled with him through the USA to spread Choi's Martial Arts. I completed all my Dan testings in a large public and always with a large crowd of critical spectators. Grandmaster's goal was to develop my own martial art to reach the 10th Dan. So the Chun Ki was born and after a long time and a lot of work, the longed-for Do was added and Chun Ki Do has established itself worldwide and was recognized as a new style in the colorful Hapkido world as its own style and Grand Master Han-young Choi received the title of Kwang Jang Nim the founder of Chun Ki Do Hapkido. 

 

Shortly before his death in 2013 he ordered me to join him, and we started our last tour through the USA. During this round trip Grandmaster Han-young Choi asked me to carry me into the world and motivated me to start again with Hapkido after a seven year break. 

After 10 years of training with Grand Master Choi, I have got my master's title in 1990 and the 6th degree Black Belt. In 1993  Do Ju Nim Han-Young Choi awarded me the 7th Dan in Meinerzhagen and appointed me to Chief Master Europe in 1993 for my commitment. Do Ju Nim Han-Young Choi died peacefully on 26 July 2013 during his favorite sport fishing.

Meine Erinnerungen an Großmeister Han-young Choi. 

Der Hapkido Stil Chun Ki Do wurde von Großmeister Han-Young Choi entwickelt!

Großmeister Han-young Choi wurde in Korea, Kyongkido am 11. Dezember 1935 geboren. Er begann im Alter von vier Jahren im Jahre 1939 mit dem Training der Kampfkünste und wurde zunächst von seinem Vater Chun-san Choi und seinem Onkel Man-san Choi gelehrt; das Kampfkunst System seiner Familie ist ein System auf der Grundlage von Schritten, Drehen und Springen aufgebaut. Im Alter von 8 Jahren , gab ihn sein Vater in einem buddhistischen Kloster um eine bessere Schulbildung zu erhalten und seine Kampfkunst-Training fortsetzen zu können. Im Kloster lernte er Atemkontrolle, Gedankenkontrolle und alle Arten der klassischen Kampfkünste. 

Großmeister Choi erlernte auch Taekwondo Mudokwon von Großmeister Hwang Ki und war auch hier ein Top Schüler und ein Wegbegleiter von Taekwondo in Korea.

Großmeister Choi war zu dem Top Schüler von  Großmeister Dr. Jang-in Mok, der erlernte Dae Dong Ryu Yu Sul Hapkido von seinem Lehrer Masuta Yutaka und seinem Lehrer Taketda Sokaku. Großmeister Choi war sein erster Schüler der nach dreijähriger Ausbildung Dr. Chang-in Mok’s Dae Dong Ryu Sul Stil in Souel verbreitete. Später trat er der Organisation Kuk Sool bei und lehrte dort Dae Ryu Sul unter dem Namen Kuk Sool. 

1972 immigrierte Großmeister Choi in die USA und gründete im Mai 1974 seinen eigenen Stil und nannte ihn zuerst Choi’ Martial Arts und später dann Chun Ki (Himmelskraft) und wir  verbreitete sein Wissen über die koreanische Kampfkünste in der ganzen Welt. Er hat über 50.000 Schüler in Asien, Europa und Amerika ausgebildet und wird von vielen als einer der wenigen erhaltenen original Hapkido Großmeister respektiert und angesehen.

Sein Gürtelprüfungsprogramm ist methodisch, didaktisch aufgebaut, alle Techniken sind in simplen Schritten erklärt und für jedermann leicht verständlich.  Mit seinen 15 Handhebel ist seine Methode, Techniken an den Mann zu bringen, einmalig in der Kampfsport - Szene. 

Im Jahre 1980 traf ich diesen großartigen Mann, der zu meinem Vater, meinem Freund und meinem Lehrer wurde. Ich wurde zu seinem Top Schüler Nr. 2. Seit dieser Zeit war ich gefesselt und gefangen und verbrachte Tag und Nacht mit Han-young Choi und seiner Familie. Ich reiste mit ihm durch die USA um Choi’s Martial Arts zu verbreiten. Ich absolvierte all meine Dan - Grade in einer großen Öffentlichkeit und immer mit einer großen Schar an kritischen Zuschauer. Großmeister Ziel war es, eine eigene Kampfkunst zu entwickeln um den 10. Dan zu erreichen. So wurde die Chun Ki geboren und nach einem langen Zeit und viel Arbeit, kam das ersehnte Do dazu und Chun Ki Do hat sich weltweit etabliert und wurde als neue Stilrichtung in der bunten Hapkido Welt als eigener Stil anerkannt und Großmeister Han-young Choi erhielt den Titel Kwang Jang Nim der Gründer von Chun Ki Do Hapkido.  

Kurz vor seinem Tod im Jahre 2013 bestellte er mich zu sich und wir starteten unsere letzte Tournee durch die Vereinigten Staaten. Während dieser Rundreise bat mich, mein Meister Chun Ki Do in die Welt zu tragen und motivierte mich nach sieben jähriger Pause wieder mit Hapkido zu beginnen. 

Nach 10jähriger Ausbildung bei Großmeister Choi erhielt ich 1990 meinen Meistertitel und den 6. Dan. Im Jahre 1993 verlieh mir Großmeister Han-Young Choi in Mainerzhagen mir den 7. Dan und ernannte mich zum Chiefmaster Europe. Im Jahre 1998 verlieh mir Großmeister Choi in Untermeitingen für mein Engagement den 8. Dan. Großmeister Han-Young Choi starb bei seinem Lieblingssport dem Angeln, am 26 Juli 2013 friedlich ein. 

Großmeister Han-young Choi und Chun Ki Do - Hapkido

Großmeister Han-young Choi wurde in Korea, Kyongkido am 11. Dezember 1935 geboren. Er begann  im Alter von vier Jahren im Jahre 1939  mit dem Training der Kampfkünste und wurde zunächst von seinem Vater Chun-san-Choi und seinem Onkel Man-san-Choi gelehrt; das Kampfkunst System seiner Familie ist ein System auf der Grundlage von Schritten, Drehen und Springen aufgebaut. Im Alter von 8 Jahren , gab ihn sein Vater in einem buddhistischen Kloster um eine bessere Schulbildung zu erhalten und seine Kampfkunst-Training fortsetzen zu können. Im Kloster lernte er Atemkontrolle, Gedankenkontrolle und alle Arten der klassischen Kampfkünste. 

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Er lernte Taekwondo Mudokwon von  Großmeister Hwang Ki Hapkido und Großmeister  Dr. Jang- in Mok. 


Im Mai 1974 gründete er die Welt Chun Ki Association und verbreitete sein Wissen über die koreanische Kampfkünste in der ganzen Welt. 

Er hat über 50.000 Schüler in  Asien , Europa und Amerika 

ausgebildet und wird von vielen als einer der wenigen erhaltenen 

Original Hapkido Großmeister respektiert und angesehen.




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