Nak Bub – Falling Principles

In Kuk Sool Won, as with most martial arts, we train not just on how to counter-attack to defend ourselves, but also how to defend ourselves in a more rounded way; whether that be blocking an incoming strike or disarming an attacker with a weapon. One of our key defence mechanisms which may not spring […]

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“Magic moments” in Kuk Sool

KSN Shay Double Jump Front Kick

Over the years of training Kuk Sool Won, you will be faced with many “magical moments”. Moments of realisation that you can. Moments of inspiration. Moments that stick in your head for the rest of your life. Everyone has these “moments”, but everyone’s are different and unique respectively. For myself, I have had many “moments,” […]

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From Jo Kyo Nim to Kyo Sa Nim

Jo Kyo Nim to Kyo Sa Nim

Last year, I promoted to the rank of second degree black belt or Kyo Sa Nim following 5 years of being a Jo Kyo Nim, two of which were spent testing for Kyo Sa Nim. What is the difference between these two ranks though? To most people, there is none. To people that have achieved […]

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Dates For Your Diary – 2016

Event Date & Time Location Black Belt Club / Instructors Course 23rd January, 2-4pm Halesworth Dojang *NEW* Masters Club (4th Dahn and above only) 28th February Halesworth Dojang Black Belt Club / Instructors Course 12th March, 2-4pm Halesworth Dojang Black Belt Workshop 19th March (Sat), 1-5pm UEA, Norwich HALESWORTH Coloured Belts Grading 31st March (Thurs) […]

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Children in Need Break-o-thon!

This year, the Lowestoft and Halesworth Kuk Sool Won schools raised money for Children in Need through a sponsored board breaking event and are proud to announce that we raised an amazing £3055 for the good cause. This was the first “break-o-thon” we’ve done since 2011 and it went extremely well with both adult students […]

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The Theory of YOU-WON-HWA


For your movements and techniques to be effective and efficient in Kuk Sool, you must apply the theory of YOU-WON-HWA. Before you apply it however, you must have an understanding of what it is. YOU-WON-HWA translates into English as “Flowing-Circle-Harmony” which in my opinion summarises much of what Kuk Sool is about. These theories and […]

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What is expected of a Kuk Sool Won student?

There are many things expected of a Kuk Sool Won student, but the two main pillars of the Kuk Sool Won spirit are etiquette and respect. As such, the Association strives to educate all students about these concepts. All students are encouraged to learn and properly execute all forms of etiquette and respect to each other, […]

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Dates For Your Diary / March 2015

Saturday March 7th  Black Belt Club / Leadership Programme     Saturday March 21st   Black Belt Workshop with Master Sung Jin & Master Alex at the Norwich UEA (also open to DBN’s) Thursday March 26th  Halesworth Grading  Friday  March 27th  Lowestoft Grading  Sunday March 29th  Black Belt Grading  (Halesworth Dojang) Further details concerning all these events will […]

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Christmas / New Year Class Timetable

Kuk Sool Won Lowestoft 
Christmas / New Year Class Schedule Last Class of the Year – Saturday 20th December First Class of the New Year  – Monday 5th January  (Usual times) Kuk Sool Won Halesworth Christmas / New Year Class Schedule Last Class of the Year – Saturday 20th December First Class of the New Year  – Tuesday 6th January  (Usual times) 

We would like […]

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Introduction To The Health Wealth & Happiness Programme

Introduction to our Health Wealth & Happiness Programme, Saturday18th Oct 2-4pm at the Halesworth Dojang – all grades and ages welcome. £10.00 per person – Black Belt Club Members come free of charge. During this session we will be re-capping Kuk Sa Nim’s seven rules for a long and happy life. 

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