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Grand Master HWANG KEE

El Gran maestro Fundador, Hwang Kee nació el 9 de noviembre de 1.914 en Jang Dan, Kyong Ki provincia donde el DMZ se encuentra actualmente . Su padre, Hwang, Yong Hwan, tuvo un sueño en el cual vio a la estrella brillante (Sam Tae Song) antes del nacimiento de su hijo. El le puso de nombre a su hijo “Tae Nom” que significa “niño de las estrellas”. Luego le cambiaron el nombre por “Kee”. Su padre fue un sabio que logró tener un alto nivel de reconocimiento en la última Dinastía del Rey Yi, Ko Jong.

El Gran Maestro se intereso por las artes marciales desde muy jóven, en el año 1935 viajo a Manchuria, China y conoció al Gran maestro Kuk In Yang, después de varios intentos de ser aceptado como discípulo finalmente el GM Yang lo acepto introducirlo en el profundo estudio del Tang Soo (la mano de China).

 

En el año 1945 funda la escuela Moo Duk Kwan en Corea siendo este el comienzo de una de las escuelas mas tradicionales de oriente. El Gran maestro falleció en el año 2002 dejando una organización mundial muy fuerte, difundida por todo el mundo y basada en los principios de filosofía Marcial (Moo Do).

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Gran Maestro Hwang Kee

Instruyendo a su hijo y discípulo

El Gran Maestro Hwang Kee, fallecio en 2002, dejando como succesor lejitimo a su hijo Hyun Chul Hwang , Kwan Jang Nim.

Quien actualmente dirije la organización mundial World Moo Duk Kwan – Korean Soo Bahk Do.

Curriculum historico de Grand Master Hwang Kee

SImportant Dates in the Career of
GRANDMASTER HWANG KEE
  • 1936 Began martial arts studies in Manchuria, China
  • 1945 Nov. 9 Founded Moo Duk Kwan style
  • 1945 Nov. 9 Established first Hwa Soo Do class in Ministry
    of Transportation
  • 1947 March Attempted to unify the five major existing styles
    in Korea: Moo Duk Kwan, Chung Do Kwan, Yeun Moo Kwan,
    Song Moo Kwan, YMCA/Kwon Bup Bu
  • 1947 Presided as chairman at the first Hwa Soo Do
    demonstration in the Transportation
    High School gymnasium
  • 1947 May 7 Established first regional branch Tang Soo Do school in Dae Jun City,
    Choong-Nam Province
  • 1947 Unification effort with five major existing styles dissolves
  • 1947 June 5 Established Hwa Soo Do (Tang Soo Do) school in the Department of
    Railways
  • 1947 July 7 Established Hwa Soo Do (Tang Soo Do) school in the Labor Department
  • 1949 May 30 Author of the first Hwa Soo Do textbook in Korea
  • 1950 June 25 Korean War begins; teaching suspended for seven-teen months
  • 1951 Jan. 4 Moved to Dae Gu City, then to Pusan City
  • 1951 Nov. Established temporary Moo Duk Kwan Headquarters in Cho Ryang-Dong,
    Pusan as a result of Korean War
  • 1952 April Instructor at the Police Academy in Pusan
  • 1952 Oct. 1 Instructor at the Ministry of Defense in Pusan
  • 1953 Sep. Returned to Seoul to re-establish Moo Duk Kwan Headquarters at the end of
    the Korean War
  • 1953 Established Korean Tang Soo Do Association, presid-ing as Chairman
  • 1953 Nov. Established Tang Soo Do studios in middle and high schools throughout Korea
  • 1953 Dec. Applied to join the Korean Athletic Association
  • 1954 April Application denied
  • 1954 April Established Tang Soo Do studio in Mapo Correctional Facility
  • 1954 July Attempted to unify Korean Tang Soo Do Association and Korean Kong Soo Do
    Association (Chong Do Kwan, Ji Do Kwan, Chang Moo Kwan, Song Moo Kwan)
  • 1955 May Grand opening of headquarters (43-1 Dong Ja-Dong, Choong Gu, Seoul)
  • 1955 Attempts to unify Korean Tang Soo Do and Kong Soo Do dissolve
  • 1955 July Established the following provincial Moo Duk Kwan branches: 1) Seoul 2)
    Gyung Gi 3) Gang Won 4) Gyung Buk 5) Gyung Nam 6) Chun Nam 7) Choong Buk
  • 1955 Aug. Ministry of Education prohibits teaching Tang Soo Do in middle and high
    schools throughout Korea
  • 1955 Aug. Established Tang Soo Do studio in Seo Dae Moon Correctional Facility
  • 1955 Aug. Established Tang Soo Do studio at Korean Air Force Headquarters
  • 1955 Organized and chaired first International Goodwill Demonstration between Korea
    and China
  • 1956 Mar. Instructor at the Korean Air Force Academy
  • 1956 Mar. Dispatched instructors to the following bases: Soo Won, Sa Chun, Dae Gu
    and Dae Jun Air Force Academy
  • 1956 May Instructor at the Korean Naval Academy
  • 1956 June Established Tang Soo Do studio at Korean Naval Headquarters
  • 1956 June Established Tang Soo Do studio at In Ha Engineering University
  • 1956 Oct. Established Tang Soo Do at Korean Military Police Headquarters
  • 1956 Oct. Established Tang Soo Do at Army Printing Corps
  • 1956 Nov. Established Tang Soo Do at the R.O.K. 2nd Army
  • 1957 March Established Tang Soo Do studio at Korean Army Headquarters
  • 1957 May Established Tang Soo Do studio at Korean Marine Corps
  • 1957 July Established Tang Soo Do studio at Han Yang Univer-sity in Seoul
  • 1957 Sept. Established Tang Soo Do studio at the U.S. 8th Army in Young San
  • 1958 July Author of second Tang Soo Do textbook
  • 1959 May Established Tang Soo Do Studio in Seoul Agricultural University in Soo Won
  • 1959 July Established Tang Soo Do studio at Koryo University in Seoul
  • 1959 Oct Established Tang Soo Do studio at Air Force University
  • 1960 June Authored Tang Soo Do self-defense textbook
  • 1960 June Created name “Soo Bahk Do” from ancient name of Soo Bahk, Soo Bahk Ki
    or Soo Bahk Hee
  • 1960 Sept. Published Moo Yei Si Bo
  • 1960 June 30 Using ancient Korean martial arts name, incorporated and registered with
    government under the name of Korean Soo Bahk Do Association. Moo Duk Kwan
    become first member of association
  • 1960 July Ji Do Kwan becomes second member to join Korean Soo Bahk Do Association
  • 1960 Oct Teachers dispatched to the following USA 8th Army branch studios:1) 8th
    Army Headquarters 2) Moon San 3) Don Do Chun 4) O-San 5) Inchon 6) Pusan
  • 1961 May 14 Formed Asian Tang Soo Do Association, initiated by Soo Bahk Do, among
    three countries: Korea, Japan, Taiwan (position: Chairman)
  • 1961 June Established Chun Buk Province regional branch
  • 1961 June Established Tang Soo Do studio at Hong Ik University
  • 1961 Oct. Established Moo Duk Kwan in Michigan, USA
  • 1962 May Established Tang Soo Do Association in USA (Position: Honorable chairman;
    Mr. Butterwick, Chairman)
  • 1962 May Established Moo Duk Kwan in France
  • 1962 June Reregistered Korean Soo Bahk Do Association due to ruling of new
    government
  • 1962 Sept. Established Tang Soo Do Association in Canada
  • 1963 July Established Tang Soo Do Association in England
  • 1964 Participated with Korean team in first Asian Tang Soo Do championship in Japan
  • 1964 July Established Tang Soo Do studio at Yeun Sae University
  • 1964 Aug. Major renovations at Moo Duk Kwan Headquarters
  • 1964 Nov. Established West German Tang Soo Do Association
  • 1964 Dec. Board of Directors of Soo Bahk Do changed and registered with government
  • 1964 Dec. Moo Duk Kwan announces revised charter and bylaws
  • 1965 Sponsored and organized second Asian Tang Soo Do Championship (Jang Choong
    Gym, Seoul)
  • 1965 Jan. Established the following Moo Duk Kwan regional branches in USA: Washington
    D.C., New York, Michigan, California, Washington, Texas and Florida
  • 1965 March Efforts at unification between Soo Bahk Do Assn. and Tae Soo Do Assn.
    unsuccessful
  • 1965 May Korean Soo Bahk Do Association’s legal status revoked
  • 1965 May Government’s decision appealed to appellate level
  • 1965 May Interim relief granted at appellate level
  • 1965 Aug. Established Moo Duk Kwan branch in Philippines (Instructor: Grandeza)
  • 1965 Dec. Appeal fully granted restoring legal status to Korean Soo Bahk Do Association
  • 1966 Established Moo Duk Kwan branch in France
  • 1966 Established Moo Duk Kwan branch in West Germany
  • 1966 Jan. Government appeals appellate decision to Supreme Court
  • 1966 June Supreme Court rules in favor of Korean Soo Bahk Do Association
  • 1966 Nov. Revised Moo Duk Kwan regulations
  • 1966 Dec. Directors meeting of Korean Soo Bahk Do Assn.
  • 1966 Dec. Revised charter and by-laws of Korean Soo Bahk Do Association reported to
    the government
  • 1966 Dec. Submission to the government of 1965 income and expense statement
  • 1966 Dec Submission to the government of 1967 budget and schedule
  • 1967 Established Moo Duk Kwan in Malaysia
  • 1968 Established Moo Duk Kwan in Italy
  • 1968 Sponsored and organized first World and fifth Asian Tang Soo Do Championship at
    Citizen Hall, Seoul
  • 1968 Aug. Election of new Korean Soo Bahk Do Assn.’s Board of Directors and
    registration with government
  • 1969 Participated at second World and sixth Asian Tang Soo Do Championship (Philippines)
  • 1973 Awarded ‘Da Ma Roo” from Philippines’ President Marcos
  • 1973 May Established Moo Duk Kwan in Greece (Instructor: H.C. Hwang)
  • 1974 March Established Moo Duk Kwan in Belgium (Instructor: B.J. Lee)
  • 1974 Oct. United States Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan directors convention and general
    meeting of all USA Dan members at Burlington, NJ
  • 1974 Oct. Domestic and international directors meeting
  • 1975 June United States Soo Bahk Do charter convention and special seminar by
    Grandmaster Hwang Kee (Hilton Hotel, NY)
  • 1975 June Participated in first Pan-Hellenic Martial Arts Championship in Athens, Greece
  • 1976 Oct. Each foreign branch holds Soo Bahk Do meeting and convention
  • 1977 May Organized special seminar at each foreign Moo Duk Kwan branch
  • 1978 July 22 First United States National Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship
    at Concord Hotel, Monticello, NY
  • 1978 Oct. Third World Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Champi-onship at London, England
  • 1979 June Organized special seminar at each foreign Moo Duk Kwan branch
  • 1980 June Organized special seminar at each foreign Moo Duk Kwan branch
  • 1980 July Sponsored and participated at World Ko Dan Ja meeting in Newark, NJ
  • 1980 Nov. Second United States National Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship in
    Pittsburgh, PA
  • 1980 Dec. Sponsored and organized Goodwill Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Champion-
    ships between Korea and USA held at Jang Choong Gym, Seoul
  • 1981 April Third United States National Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship in
    Springfield, NJ. Special Guests: Netherlands Soo Bahk Do Team
  • 1981 June Organized special seminar at each foreign Moo Duk Kwan branch
  • 1981 Sept. Sponsored and participate in world Ko Dan Ja Meeting, regarding 1982 World
    Championships in Atlantic City, NJ
  • 1982 April Each foreign branch holds Soo Bahk Do meeting and convention
  • 1982 May Special Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan seminar and clinic held at U.S. Air Force
    Academy in Colorado
  • 1982 Nov. Fourth International and Fourth United States National Tang Soo Do Moo Duk
    Kwan Championship at Atlantic City, NJ
  • 1982 Nov. Sponsored and organized world Ko Dan Ja meeting in Springfield, NJ
  • 1982 Dec. England National Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship
  • 1983 June Each foreign branch holds Soo Bahk Do meeting and convention
  • 1983 Aug. Sponsored and organized special Chit Sung Hyung Seminar and Clinic.
    Attending Ko Dan Ja, K.U. Lee (England), C. I. Kim (Michigan), H. Y. Chung (Colorado),
    H. C. Hwang (New Jersey), C. S. Kim (Pennsylvania)
  • 1983 Nov. Fifth United States National Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship at
    San Diego, CA
  • 1983 Dec. Organized and attended first week-long Ko Dan Ja test
  • 1984 Jan. Sponsored administrative meeting for foreign branch at Greenwich, CT
  • 1984 June Organized special seminar at each foreign Moo Duk Kwan branch
  • 1984 Oct. Sixth United States National Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship at West
    Point Military Acad-emy Gym, NY
  • 1984 Nov. Sponsored and attended second week-long Ko Dan Ja test
  • 1984 Nov. All England National Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship
  • 1984 Nov. Special Chil Sung Hyung Clinic for European region at London, England
  • 1985 March Attended special Chit Sung Hyung Clinic for South East Asia region at
    Sarawak, Malaysia
  • 1985 May Special Chil Sung Hyung Clinic for European region at London, England
  • 1985 June Organized special seminar at each foreign Moo Duk Kwan branch
  • 1985 Nov. Seventh United States Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship at
    Anaheim, CA
  • 1985 Nov. Sponsored and attended third week-long Ko Dan Ja test
  • 1986 March Special Chil sung Hyung Clinic for European region at London, England
  • 1986 June Organized special seminar at each foreign Moo Duk Kwan branch
  • 1986 Aug. Attended Fifth World Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship at Waterford
    Leisure Center, England
  • 1986 Nov. Sponsored and attended fourth week-long Ko Dan Ja test
  • 1986 Nov. Eighth United States National Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship at
    Stamford, CT
  • 1987 Jan. Attended World Ko Dan Ja meeting in Springfield, NJ
  • 1987 June Organized special seminar at each foreign Moo Duk Kwan branch
  • 1987 Jun Attended special Chil Sung Hyung Clinic for South- East Asia region at
    Sarawak, Malaysia
  • 1987 July Special International Summer Training Camp at Pathwork Center, NY
  • 1987 Nov. Ninth United States National Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship in
    Miami, FL
  • 1987 Dec. Attended special Chil Sung Hyung Clinic for South America at Buenos Aires,
    Argentina
  • 1988 March Organizes special clinic for European region at Athens, Greece
  • 1988 May Grand opening ceremony for new building for World Moo Duk Kwan
    Headquarters, Seoul, Korea
  • 1988 Special clinic and Ko Dan Ja meeting for Southeast Asia region at Kuala Lumpur,
    Malaysia
  • 1988 June Organized special seminar at each foreign Moo Duk Kwan branch
  • 1988 July Annual International Summer Training Camp at Pathwork Center, NY
  • 1988 Nov. Sponsored administrative meeting for foreign branches at Springfield, NJ
  • 1988 Nov. Sponsored and attended sixth week-long Ko Dan Ja test
  • 1988 Nov. Attended Tenth United States National Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan
    Championship at West Point, NY
  • 1988 Dec. Sponsored and organized world Ko Dan Ja special training in Seoul, Korea
  • 1989 Jan. Attended Ko Dan Ja meeting which brings birth of “Mission 2000”
  • 1989 May 15 Sponsored and attended International Soo Bahk Do Goodwill Demonstration
    and clinics in Seoul, Korea
  • 1989 July Annual International Summer Training Camp, Pathwork Center, NY
  • 1989 Oct. Presided at the 11th United States National Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan
    National Championship in Anaheim, CA
  • 1989 Nov. Sponsored and attended 7th week-long Ko Dan Ja test, Federation
    Headquarters, NJ
  • 1990 Jan. Replaced leadership in England (United Kingdom Tang Soo Do Moo Duk
    Kwan Federation)
  • 1990 Jan. Announced “Mission 2000”, along range plan for the future of the Moo Duk
    Kwan
  • 1990 March International Seminar, London, England
  • 1990 March National Clinics in Belgium, Italy and Greece
  • 1990 April Special Ko Dan Ja meeting of Korean Soo Bahk Do, Moo Duk Kwan in Seoul,
    Korea
  • 1990 July Annual International Summer Training Camp and Ko Dan Ja Clinic, Pathwork
    Center, NY

  • 1990 Oct. 12th United States Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan National Championship and
    International Goodwill Assembly, Monticello, NY
  • 1990 Oct. Meeting of international representatives of Moo Duk Kwan, Monticello, NY
  • 1990 Nov. Sponsored and attended the 8th week-long Ko Dan Ja test, Headquarters, NJ
  • 1991 March The 1st Yuk Ro Hyung Clinic by Grand Master Hwang Kee. Attending Ko
    Dan Ja, W.Y. Chung, H. C. Hwang, L. Seiberlich, R. Hanke, S.D. Cho, Y.K. Hong,
    A. Ah Po, and V. Martinov
  • 1991 June Published Soo Bahk Do (Korean version) which introduced Yuk Ro Hyung
    from the Moo Yei Do Bo Tong Ji
  • 1991 Aug. Annual International Summer Training Camp, Pathwork Center NY
  • 1991 Nov. 13th United States Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation championship,
    Hollywood, FL
  • 1991 Nov. Sponsored and attended the 9th week-long Ko Dan Ja test, Headquarters, NJ
  • 1991 Dec. International Demonstration and clinic, Mar Del Plata, Argentina
  • 1992 March Published 424 pages of Soo Bahk Do (Korean Version)
  • 1992 March Yuk Ro and Chil Sung Hyung Clinic, Headquarters, Seoul, Korea
  • 1992 June Attended the International Demonstration and Clinic at Athens, Greece
  • 1992 July Annual International Summer Training Camp, Pathwork Center, NY
  • 1992 Sept. National West Coast summer camp, San Bernardino Mountain, CA
  • 1992 Oct. 14th United States Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation Championship,
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
  • 1992 Nov. Published Soo Bahk Do (Tang Soo Do) volume II (English version).
  • 1992 Nov. Sponsored and attended the 10th week-long Ko Dan Ja test, Headquarters, NJ
  • 1993 March Attended meeting of the Technical Advisory Committee of the United States
    Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation, Headquarters, NJ
  • 1993 April Annual European clinic, Bruxelle, Belgium
  • 1993 June Published “Moo Duk Kwan” Book (Korean Version)
  • 1993 July Annual International Summer Training Camp, Connecticut
  • 1993 Aug. Published “Moo Do Philosophy” (Korean version)
  • 1993 Sept. Published “Instructional Guide” for Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan
  • 1993 Oct. 15th United States Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation National
    Championship, Dallas, TX
  • 1993 Nov. The 1st Youth Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Goodwill Championship, Zurich,
    Switzerland
  • 1994 Feb. Official announcement of the Moo Duk Kwan 50th Anniversary event in Seoul,
    Korea
  • 1994 March Attended meeting of the Technical Advisory Committee of the United States

    Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation, Headquarters, NJ

  • 1994 June Annual European Clinic and meeting for preparing the European Soo Bahk Do
    Moo Duk Kwan Federation, Bruxelle, Belgium
  • 1994 June Annual international summer training camp, Pathwork Center, NY
  • 1994 Sept. 16th United States Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation National
    Championship, San Diego, CA
  • 1994 Sept. 2nd International Youth Good-Will Championship, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 1994 Sept. Official birth of the European Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation, Zurich,
    Switzerland
  • 1994 Oct. Appointed Task Force member for future Mexican National Moo Duk Kwan
    Federation
  • 1994 Nov. Sponsored and attended the 12th week long Ko Dan Ja test, Headquarters, NJ
  • 1994 Dec Published “Limited Edition for the Instructional Guide”
  • 1995 Jan. Director’s meeting of the Korean Soo Bahk Do Association, Inc., Headquarters,
    Young San, Seoul, Korea
  • 1995 Feb. Sponsored Technical Advisory Committee meeting, San Diego, CA
  • 1995 April The 1st European Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation Clinic and meeting
    since its official birth
  • 1995 June 17th United States Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation National
    Championships, Orland, FL
  • 1995 July Annual International Summer Training Camp, Pathwork Center, NY
  • 1995 Sept. The Moo Duk Kwan 50th anniversary Celebration event, Seoul Culture and
    Educational Center, Seoul, Korea
  • 1995 Nov. The 13th week-long Ko Dan Ja test, Headquarters, NJ

 

 

 

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