Kum Do is the ancient Korean art of sword play. It was developed over 3000
years ago and was then called Ke-Ak Bong which means ancient ceremonial religious
dancing and Bong Hee. Kum Do developed in three stages and was 1st practiced
with a wood stick, then a wooden sword and finally the blade. Historic Legend
implies the Japanese borrowed the sword techniques and developed their art
The code of Kum Do is:
To show Loyalty is to be Honest. To show Courage is to be in control of oneself, not to be afraid of life's challenges. To be Worthy is to make something of oneself and strive for success. To be Humble is to be polite to everyone and not be proud or boastful of one's accomplishments. Following these 4 Golden Rules will insure a happy, peaceful and productive way of life.