Choi Bae-dal, the founder of extreme karate, was promoted to a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu

Choi Kwang-soo (48, John Frankl Gimpo), the second son of Choi Bae-dal (real name Choi Young-eui), who was the founder of extreme karate and a real-life figure in the movie ‘Fighter of the Wind’, has risen to the ranks of a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Korea. 메이저사이트

At the promotion ceremony held at the John Frankle Gimpo Academy, Choi was honored to be promoted to a black belt with many domestic Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt holders in attendance.

Regarding the reason why he started training in Jiu-Jitsu, not his father’s martial art, Extreme Karate, Mr. Choi said, “My father always emphasized diligently taking the time to exercise out of habit.” The dojang was a jiu-jitsu dojang,” he explained.

Mr. Choi, who received a black belt from Professor John Frankel, said, “It is my habit to come to the gym with a uniform on, but 10 years have passed.”

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