Kuksanim Myung Jae-Nam    
         

Grossmeister Myung Jae-Nam 10. Dan, Gründer der Kampfkünste Hankido und Hankumdo Gründer der Internationalen Hapkido Federation (IHF).

In Korea baute er auf seinem eigenem Land das World Hauptquartier der Internationalen Hapkido Federation. 1988 eröffnete Meister Myung die erste Internationale Hapkido Games in Seoul, mit der Kampfkunst Hankido. Auch Meister Römers war von dieser Kampfkunst überzeugt und reiste 1994 nach Korea, in das Hauptquartier der Internationalen Hapkido Federation um persönlich von Meister Myung Jae-Nam unterichtet zu werden. Zurück in Deutschland gründete Josef Römers 1994 die erste Hankido-Hapkido Schule “Deutsche Hapkido Federation”, in Deutschland. In den darauf folgenden Jahren war Grossmeister Myung Jae-Nam oft und gerne zu Besuch bei Meister Römers. Grossmeister Myung Jae-Nam entwickelte weiterhin, aus der Basis vom Hankido eine neue Schwertkunst, das Hankumdo. Die Basis vom Hankumdo ist, das Führen mit dem Schwert nach den Zeichen  des koreanischen Alphabet “Hangul”. Am 03. August 1999 verstarb Grossmeister Myung Jae-Nam in Yongin, Korea. Wir werden seinen Namen in Ehren halten und seine Kampfkunst, das Hankido und Hankumdo weiterführen und verbreiten. 

         
     
    Grabstätte von GM Myung Jae-Nam    
         
 

Name of Grand Master : Myung, Jae-Nam
Date of birth: 31 december 1938
Original Domicle : Joongko-Ri, Byungyoung-Myon, Kangjin-Kun,
Permanent Address : 9, Yoo-Dong, Joong-Ku, Inchon-City Korea
R. I. P.: august, 1999

 

1948

Commenced Hapkido Martial Arts in Seoul

Nov.

1959

Established Barracks Gymnasium (Do Jang) in my hometown and instructed Hapkido to all the students.

From

1961

Instructed and made tours to every martial arts; gymnasium in Seoul

Feb.

1962-1964

Establishad Hapkido HQ Gymnasium (founded on Martial Arts) at 100, Songhyun-Dong, Inchon-City and coached students and spread the martial. Arts of Hapkido.

From

1965:

Interchanged Martial Arts between Korean and Japan

Nov.

1969

Founded Korean Hapkido Association registered by the Ministry of Education (Registration No. 32), and was inaugurated as Grand Master at 9, Yoo-Dong, Joong-Ku, Inchon-City, Korea

Jan.

1972

Changed the name of Korean Hapkido Association And reappointed as Grand Master at Dong-A Bldg., Bukchang-Dong, Joong-Ku, Seoul Korea

Oct.

1973

Registered by the Ministry of Education (Registration No.51) and appointed an Executive Director of Korean Hapkido Association (Integrated).

Oct.

1973-1980

Appointed as chairman for Organization, Examination, Instruction, Training, and Discipline of the Korean Hapkido Association.

Aug.

1974

Founded Korean Hapkido Association and International Hapkido Federation, and appointed as Grand Master.

Aug.

1975

Wrote Hapkido Textbook.

Jan.

1977

Appointed as Chairman of Korean Hapkido Association.

Jan.

1980

Appointed as Chairman of Steering Committee and Vice President of Korean Hapkido Association (Integrated).

Mar.

1981

Appointed as Chairman and Grand Master of International Hapkido Federation, Social Group No.1 (Presently Dept. of Athletics Ordinance No.13).

Nov.

1984

Originated and announced Hapkido Martial Arts at New Seoul Hotel for 25th Anniversary Hapkido Internationalization.

Sep.

1985

Wrote Hapkido Textbook (the 1st Grade Course).

Oct.

1985

Wrote Hapkido Textbook (the 1st Grade-4th Grade).

Dec.

1985

Wrote Hapkido Textbook for the High Level Goals Dan Holder.

Feb.

1986

Wrote Hapkido Textbook for special martial arts.

Apr.

1986

Wrote the Hapkido Textbook for Pressure-Point Manipulation.

Jul.

1986

Wrote the Hapkido Textbook for Self-Defense Arts of Heaven & Earth and made 60 Minute Video Tape for Images Training.

Jul.

1986

Instructed and coached the students of Police School and Army HQ. by the Invitation of Chairman of Austrian Olympic Committee.

Aug.

1986

Instructed and coached all the participants in training of Hapkido through Provinces of Holland.

Oct.

1986

Wrote the Upgraded Hapkido Textbook of Self-Defence Artsfor Korea and England

Dec.

1986

Declared the Spinning Defence Arts (Do Ju:Founder) of Hapkido.

Feb.

1987

Wrote the Hapkido Textbook of Weapon Defence Arts for Korea and England

Sept.

1987

Wrote the Upgraded Hapkido Textbook of Spinning Defence Arts for Korea and England

Oct.

1987

Completed the course of Sam Jang Graduate School in Seoul

Feb.

1988

Made 70 Minute Video Tape of Images Training of the Upgraded Spinning Defence Arts of Hapkido for Korean and England

Jul.

1988

Instructed and coached as touring Hapkido teacher throughout many cities of the United States

Dec.

1988

Originated and announced the Visualization Techniques of Hapkido at the Indoor Gymnasium of Police College.

Jan.

1989

Made 60 Minute Video Tape for images Training of the Upgraded Visualization Technique of Hapkido.

May.

1989

Originated and announced the Spinning Defence Arts of Gymnastics with a tour in Holland

Jul.

1989

Announced Gymnastics of Hapkido (2nd times) at Main Banquet Hall in Onyang Grand Park Hotel.

Aug.

1989

Made 60 Minute Video Tape for Gymnastics of Hapkido (Heavenly Spiritual Martial Arts 12, Earthly Spiritual Martial Arts 12).

Oct.

1989

Established Hapkido Movement HQ, for the harmonization of our one nation.

Oct.

1989

Developed the movement of looking for the World Hapkido Participants (Published information in many newspapers).

Dec.

1989

Myong, Jae Nam / Grand Master

Aug.

1999

Grand Master Myong, Jae-Nam died. (03-08-1999)

         
   
         
   
         
         
         

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