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Hoi Jeon Moo Sool is a form of Korean martial arts that was developed by Myung Jae Ok (???, born 1938) which uses circular motions in order to direct an opponent’s power against them. Hoi Jeon Moo Sool means “the circular martial art.” Hoi Jeon Moo Sool means “the revolving martial art.” where (Hoi Jeon) means to revolve and (Moo Sool) means martial art, this “revolving art” aims to use the opponent’s power against them.
Hoi Jeon Moo Sool is made of five categories:
Kyeok Ki is an attacking technique which contains attacking hand techniques, blocking hand techniques and kicking techniques.
Tu Ki, also Du Ki, is a self-defense technique which contains throwing techniques, choking techniques and locking techniques.
Mu Ki is a weapons technique which contains Jang Kum (long sword), Jung Kum (middle sword), Dan Kum (short sword), Jang Bong (long staff), Jung Bong (middle staff), Dan Bong (short staff), Bu Chae (fan), Pyo Chang (sharp nails), Ji Pang Ei (cane), Tee (belt), Ssang Jeol Bong (short sticks connected by a chain).
Hwal Ki is the “revival” technique which teaches all the body’s pressure points, physiotherapy, muscular system, bone structure, and acupuncture.
Nae Ki is a technique that teaches you how to develop your inner strength (ki), breathing techniques, mind control and develop (KI) with a certain forms.
All these techniques following steps way of Hoi Jeon Moo Sool (Bo Beob), which make your movements smoother with any technique. Bo Beob contains, Tae Geuk Bo Beob (directions steps) and Hoi Jeon Bo Beob (Revolving steps).
The Hoi Jeon Moo Sool-logo consists of three main colors, red, blue, and white. These three colors are symbols of three phenomena. The red color resembles the sky, the blue color resembles the earth, and the white color, which separates the red and the blue colors, resembles human being. These phenomena accumulate to make a spiritual power (ki), which is written in Chinese words at the middle of the logo.