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A Korean martial art characterized by kicking and circular movements.
- ‘The soft arts, judo, jujutsu, aikijujutsu, aikido, hapkido and t'ai chi chuan, use a theory of redirection of an attacker's force to deal with an assault instead of the harder arts, which meet force with greater force.’
- ‘Ji, Han Jae is said to be the father of modern hapkido.’
- ‘Her training includes karate, hapkido, aikijutsu, escrima and weapons.’
- ‘In his spare time, he practices and teaches martial arts and holds black belts in the Korean disciplines of tae kwon do and hapkido.’
- ‘Setting the Uzi in the middle of the stage, she and the Islamist started each thirty feet from the gun, began running towards the gun, and proceeded to fight using a mixture of tae kwon do and hapkido to defeat the Islamist.’
Korean, literally ‘way of coordinated energy’.
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