Synonyms for choi_yong or Related words with choi_yong

kim_gwang              kim_yeong              kim_seong              ryong              lee_seung              byeong              kim_dae              myong              woong              kyeong              eung              kyoung              kim_kwang              byoung              keun              kim_myung              myoung              hyeong              choi_seung              lee_kwang              jeong_eun              yoo_jae              hwang_hye              gyung              lee_myung              lee_byung              choi_jae              kim_hyung              kang_tae              jeong_ho              choi_eun              pyung              choi_jeong              keum              kim_hak              kyong              jung_yong              geun              byung              hyo              ahn_jae              hyeon              heum              heon              jung_yoon              heelee              kwang              ryul              jeong_hee              gwang             

Examples of "choi_yong"
※ Seo Jung-Won and Choi Yong-Soo were on military service during World Cup.
Former manager Choi Yong-soo used a 3–5–2 formation.
His name Choi Yong-jik is renamed Choi Seou in 2011.
Kim Jung-Soo (김정수) was born and raised in the Taegu area, Korea, and started training Hapkido directly under Choi Yong-Sool (최용술) in 1957. He was one of the earlier students of Hapkido, and one source puts him as the eight original student of Choi Yong-Sool. Kim Jung-Soo trained sporadically under Choi Yong-Sool (최용술) along with his primary teachers and influencers Kim Moo-Hong (김무홍) and Won Kwang-Wha (원광화) from 1957 until 1986.
Choi Yong-sin (born 21 May 1978) is a Korean former judoka who competed in the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Choi Yong-Sool was also employed during this time as a bodyguard to Seo's father who was a congressman.
Choe-Yeong (or Choi-Yong) is named after General Choe Yong, Premier and Commander-in Chief of the armed forces during the 14th century Goryeo Dynasty. Choi Yong was greatly respected for his loyalty, patriotism, and humility. He was executed by subordinate commanders headed by General Yi Seonggye, who later became the first king of the Joseon Dynasty.
"1. Choi Yong-Sool: Suh visited many private martial arts schools and villages to study Tribal Martial Arts or private martial arts. One of the influential [sic] in this area is Choi Yong-Sool. From Choi, he received further education in Yu Sool.
Choi Yong-Sool's first student and the first person known to have opened up a dojang as a chief instructor under grandmaster Choi.
He began his martial arts training in 1954 under the direction of Choi Yong-sool (), and reveived the black belt from Grandmaster Choi in 1957.
Stanley Pranin, then of Aiki News and now editor of the, asked Kisshomaru Ueshiba about Choi Yong-Sool and hapkido:
"Another of Suh's influential teachers was Choi Yong-Sool, the founder of Korean Hapkido and a master of Korean tribal martial arts, as well."
Hapkiyusul () is a Korean martial art derived from Japanese Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu as it was brought to Korea by Choi Yong Sul.
At the request of Choi Yong-Sool, Kim and Lee opened up a school for training (see: dojang) in their hometown of Geumsan in 1978. In 1980 the school was named the Yong Sool Kwan () and Kim was appointed director of the school. After the establishing of this training facility Choi Yong-Sool often came to teach at the school and Kim and Lee continued to travel to Daegu to train with their master.
FC Seoul legend Choi Yong-soo was hired to manage the club in 2012, after previously serving as the assistant manager and caretaker for the club in 2011. In 2013, AFC Champions League campaign has earned Choi Yong-soo the 2013 AFC Coach of the Year award, becoming the second Korean in succession to win the prestigious individual accolade following last year’s winner Kim Ho-kon.
Oddly, Choi Yong-Sool never claimed to have studied native Korean "tribal arts" himself but rather claimed to have studied the Japanese system of Daito-ryu aikijujutsu having lived in Japan from age 8 to 42 during the Japanese colonial period (1911–1945). Interestingly Choi Yong-Sool and his students often referred to his art in its early years as yu sool (jujutsu) or yu kwon sool before settling on the name hapkido for the art.
Choi Yong-soo (born September 10, 1973) is a former professional footballer and current manager of Jiangsu Suning. He spent his professional career playing in Korea and Japan as a striker.
Many people have claimed to be students of Choi Yong-sool, and it is often hard to verify whether or not these claims are valid. This is a list of people who were long time students of Choi.
Kim Yoon-Sang (; born in 1934 ), was one of the senior most students of founder of hapkido, Choi Yong-Sool (), from the hapkido founder's latter years. He is the notable Korean martial artist as the founder of Hapki yusul ().
Seo's father was a congressman and both the founder, Choi Yong-sool, and other hapkido practitioners, such as Won Kwang-Wha () were employed to work as bodyguards for the politician.