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Tangsudō -nis, f. est ars martialis a Corea oriunda. Coreanum nomen (당수도 sive 唐手道) idem significat ac "via (sive schola) manus Thang" (nempe Domus Thang Sinensis). Creditur peritum artis martialis Hwang Kee composuisse vulgavisse hanc scholam ex variis scholis. Ab Carolo Norris vulgata est in mundo occidente.


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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Tang Soo Do: The Ultimate Guide to the Korean Martial Art, Kang Uk Lee, Formula:ISBN; Formula:ISBN
  • Complete Tang Soo Do Manual: From White Belt to Black Belt, Ho Sik Pak & Jack Pistella, Formula:ISBN
  • Complete Tang Soo Do Manual: From 2nd Dan to 6th Dan - Volume 2, Ho Sik Pak & Jack Pistella, Formula:ISBN
  • Byrne, Richard and Mitchell, Penny. This Is Tang Soo Do. Malden, MA:American Tang Soo Do Association. 2001. Library of Congress Control Number 2001116262
  • Hwang, K. (1995). History of Moo Duk Kwan celebrating the 50th anniversary, 1945–1995. United States: s.n. Formula:ISBN.
  • Jones, Glenn (2006). Korean Martial Arts Handbook. Maryland: Hermit Kingdom. ISBN 0-9787598-0-X 
  • Hancock, J. and Plyler, J. (2004). The International Tangsoodo Alliance Official Instructor's Manual, Revised Edition. Guthrie, KY: International Tangsoodo Alliance.

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