Hapkido is a post-World War II adapted martial art from Daitōryū aikijūjutsu originally from Japan, then brought to Korea by Choi Yong Sul after thirty years of study in the Takeda family dojo. Subsequently, he was involved in martial arts kicking and kicking methods from Korea such as Taekkyon and ground combat methods in Judo. Thus, its history is intimately mixed with that of Japan as well as Korea in the 20th century.

This Korean self-defense technique mixes punches and feet, while adding projections, chokes and arm keys. The use of weapons is also taught for graduates. Thus, you can learn including the use of short and long sticks, cane, fan, belt or Korean sword. There are several dimensions in the practice of this martial art: the combat with protection can be taught as much to the small as to the big ones, the spectacular dimension of the demonstrations also remains a regular apprenticeship and finally the essence of the traditional Hapkido is deepened in over time.