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Rest in Peace Great Grandmaster Yong Moon.

Born in Hapcheon, South Korea, on February 14th, 1949, Yong Moon was an only son amongst 7 siblings. As many of his uncles ran a Tang Soo Do school in Korea, he naturally began training from an early age. He went on to receive a fifth dan black belt by the age of 18 which is an extremely high rank for someone that young. Furthermore, Yong travelled to parts of Korea where Chinese Kung Fu masters went underground during the Chinese communist movement’s cultural revolution. Hence, “Korean Kung Fu” was born. His main instructor, Master Kang Gum Bang, was one of the three Chinese historic masters who emigrated to South Korea during the revolution. 

Yong started his very own school in Busan Nampo-dong at the age of 18. In his school, he taught a hybrid form between Korean and Chinese martial arts. He picked and chose the best techniques from the two styles and later called it Moo Rim Do.

In the 1960s, the Korean government was pushing Tae Kwon Do as its newly formed national martial arts and later asked Yong to receive the highest honor of 9th degree black belt in exchange for adding the Tae Kwon Do system to his school, and thus, helping develop the art. As Tae Kwon Do was a derivative of Tang Soo Do, Yong accepted.

In the late 1970s, Yong received an invitation from the then Louisiana Governor and New Orleans Chief of Police to come teach martial arts. He accepted the invitation and moved his school to New Orleans. In New Orleans, Yong quickly rose to fame as “Master Moon,” receiving a plethora of media attention for his martial arts demonstrations. He taught in New Orleans from 1979 to the early 1990s.
Rest in Peace Great Grandmaster Yong Moon.

Born in Hapcheon, South Korea, on February 14th, 1949, Yong Moon was an only son amongst 7 siblings. As many of his uncles ran a Tang Soo Do school in Korea, he naturally began training from an early age. He went on to receive a fifth dan black belt by the age of 18 which is an extremely high rank for someone that young. Furthermore, Yong travelled to parts of Korea where Chinese Kung Fu masters went underground during the Chinese communist movement’s cultural revolution. Hence, “Korean Kung Fu” was born. His main instructor, Master Kang Gum Bang, was one of the three Chinese historic masters who emigrated to South Korea during the revolution. 

Yong started his very own school in Busan Nampo-dong at the age of 18. In his school, he taught a hybrid form between Korean and Chinese martial arts. He picked and chose the best techniques from the two styles and later called it Moo Rim Do.

In the 1960s, the Korean government was pushing Tae Kwon Do as its newly formed national martial arts and later asked Yong to receive the highest honor of 9th degree black belt in exchange for adding the Tae Kwon Do system to his school, and thus, helping develop the art. As Tae Kwon Do was a derivative of Tang Soo Do, Yong accepted.

In the late 1970s, Yong received an invitation from the then Louisiana Governor and New Orleans Chief of Police to come teach martial arts. He accepted the invitation and moved his school to New Orleans. In New Orleans, Yong quickly rose to fame as “Master Moon,” receiving a plethora of media attention for his martial arts demonstrations. He taught in New Orleans from 1979 to the early 1990s.
Rest in Peace Great Grandmaster Yong Moon.

Born in Hapcheon, South Korea, on February 14th, 1949, Yong Moon was an only son amongst 7 siblings. As many of his uncles ran a Tang Soo Do school in Korea, he naturally began training from an early age. He went on to receive a fifth dan black belt by the age of 18 which is an extremely high rank for someone that young. Furthermore, Yong travelled to parts of Korea where Chinese Kung Fu masters went underground during the Chinese communist movement’s cultural revolution. Hence, “Korean Kung Fu” was born. His main instructor, Master Kang Gum Bang, was one of the three Chinese historic masters who emigrated to South Korea during the revolution. 

Yong started his very own school in Busan Nampo-dong at the age of 18. In his school, he taught a hybrid form between Korean and Chinese martial arts. He picked and chose the best techniques from the two styles and later called it Moo Rim Do.

In the 1960s, the Korean government was pushing Tae Kwon Do as its newly formed national martial arts and later asked Yong to receive the highest honor of 9th degree black belt in exchange for adding the Tae Kwon Do system to his school, and thus, helping develop the art. As Tae Kwon Do was a derivative of Tang Soo Do, Yong accepted.

In the late 1970s, Yong received an invitation from the then Louisiana Governor and New Orleans Chief of Police to come teach martial arts. He accepted the invitation and moved his school to New Orleans. In New Orleans, Yong quickly rose to fame as “Master Moon,” receiving a plethora of media attention for his martial arts demonstrations. He taught in New Orleans from 1979 to the early 1990s.
Rest in Peace Great Grandmaster Yong Moon.

Born in Hapcheon, South Korea, on February 14th, 1949, Yong Moon was an only son amongst 7 siblings. As many of his uncles ran a Tang Soo Do school in Korea, he naturally began training from an early age. He went on to receive a fifth dan black belt by the age of 18 which is an extremely high rank for someone that young. Furthermore, Yong travelled to parts of Korea where Chinese Kung Fu masters went underground during the Chinese communist movement’s cultural revolution. Hence, “Korean Kung Fu” was born. His main instructor, Master Kang Gum Bang, was one of the three Chinese historic masters who emigrated to South Korea during the revolution. 

Yong started his very own school in Busan Nampo-dong at the age of 18. In his school, he taught a hybrid form between Korean and Chinese martial arts. He picked and chose the best techniques from the two styles and later called it Moo Rim Do.

In the 1960s, the Korean government was pushing Tae Kwon Do as its newly formed national martial arts and later asked Yong to receive the highest honor of 9th degree black belt in exchange for adding the Tae Kwon Do system to his school, and thus, helping develop the art. As Tae Kwon Do was a derivative of Tang Soo Do, Yong accepted.

In the late 1970s, Yong received an invitation from the then Louisiana Governor and New Orleans Chief of Police to come teach martial arts. He accepted the invitation and moved his school to New Orleans. In New Orleans, Yong quickly rose to fame as “Master Moon,” receiving a plethora of media attention for his martial arts demonstrations. He taught in New Orleans from 1979 to the early 1990s.

Continue reading part two on the comments section below***
Rest in Peace Great Grandmaster Yong Moon.

Born in Hapcheon, South Korea, on February 14th, 1949, Yong Moon was an only son amongst 7 siblings. As many of his uncles ran a Tang Soo Do school in Korea, he naturally began training from an early age. He went on to receive a fifth dan black belt by the age of 18 which is an extremely high rank for someone that young. Furthermore, Yong travelled to parts of Korea where Chinese Kung Fu masters went underground during the Chinese communist movement’s cultural revolution. Hence, “Korean Kung Fu” was born. His main instructor, Master Kang Gum Bang, was one of the three Chinese historic masters who emigrated to South Korea during the revolution. 

Yong started his very own school in Busan Nampo-dong at the age of 18. In his school, he taught a hybrid form between Korean and Chinese martial arts. He picked and chose the best techniques from the two styles and later called it Moo Rim Do.

In the 1960s, the Korean government was pushing Tae Kwon Do as its newly formed national martial arts and later asked Yong to receive the highest honor of 9th degree black belt in exchange for adding the Tae Kwon Do system to his school, and thus, helping develop the art. As Tae Kwon Do was a derivative of Tang Soo Do, Yong accepted.

In the late 1970s, Yong received an invitation from the then Louisiana Governor and New Orleans Chief of Police to come teach martial arts. He accepted the invitation and moved his school to New Orleans. In New Orleans, Yong quickly rose to fame as “Master Moon,” receiving a plethora of media attention for his martial arts demonstrations. He taught in New Orleans from 1979 to the early 1990s. 

Continue reading part two on the comments section below*
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Invitation to Special Event

Good afternoon everyone! You are invited to attend a MooRim Dew anti-hate, self-defense class this Thursday, June 17th, from 10am to Noon at Moorimgoong Martial Arts, located at 1149 Crenshaw Blvd. (between Pico and Olympic).

This event will encourage discussion on how to peacefully avoid anti-hate situations while maintaining a voice against it. The discussion will be followed by a 1-hour-class teaching both self-defense and conditioning to prevent and reverse aging for a healthy lifestyle.

Snacks will be served and there is no cost for this event; however the group is limited to 20 people. If you and/or somebody you know would like to attend, please RSVP by Wednesday evening. This is a first-come/first-serve invitation, so the quicker you respond, the better.

Thank you and God Bless,

Grandmaster Ari Moon,
Instructor Grace Lee
Instructor Tigon Selbrede
🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻

www.moorimmartialarts.com
(323)857-1234 (school)
(323)350-7677 (GM)
After a long and tedious pandemic, MOORIMGOONG SUMMER CAMP is back 🔥🔥🔥

Camp is geared towards Kids 6+ and Teens 12+ who want to engage in some hardcore physical acitivity that’ll teach them martial combat skills, boost confidence, increase discipline, and become smarter in a fun and safe environment.

If this sounds like what you want to do this summer, then get in touch with us by going to our website at www.moorimmartialarts.com to fill out a form and one of our staff members will reach out to you.

SPOTS ARE LIMITED. Inquire ASAP to secure your spot.

www.moorimmartialarts.com/summer-camp/

Traditional and Mixed Martial Arts Academy established in 1968, and going strong in Los Angeles for Health: As the old adage goes, “health is your wealth”.

Training Philosophy: C-H-A-D

Character: At Moorimgoong, we instill moral character among all of our students not only at the training facility but also at the home and at school. Students under 18 years old must pass our “Student Home Rules” in order to be eligible for belt testing. It is never too late to start training. You’d be amazed at some of our transformations/testimonies. Art: Though the

Operating as usual

10/01/2022

Fill out a form on our website and a staff member will reach out to you. We can go on and on about all the benefits from training martial arts. Come take a class and find out about all the benefits yourself! Act now~! All ages welcome. We have a program for you 🔥

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Rest in Peace Great Grandmaster Yong Moon.

Born in Hapcheon, South Korea, on February 14th, 1949, Yong Moon was an only son amongst 7 siblings. As many of his uncles ran a Tang Soo Do school in Korea, he naturally began training from an early age. He went on to receive a fifth dan black belt by the age of 18 which is an extremely high rank for someone that young. Furthermore, Yong travelled to parts of Korea where Chinese Kung Fu masters went underground during the Chinese communist movement’s cultural revolution. Hence, “Korean Kung Fu” was born. His main instructor, Master Kang Gum Bang, was one of the three Chinese historic masters who emigrated to South Korea during the revolution. 

Yong started his very own school in Busan Nampo-dong at the age of 18. In his school, he taught a hybrid form between Korean and Chinese martial arts. He picked and chose the best techniques from the two styles and later called it Moo Rim Do.

In the 1960s, the Korean government was pushing Tae Kwon Do as its newly formed national martial arts and later asked Yong to receive the highest honor of 9th degree black belt in exchange for adding the Tae Kwon Do system to his school, and thus, helping develop the art. As Tae Kwon Do was a derivative of Tang Soo Do, Yong accepted.

In the late 1970s, Yong received an invitation from the then Louisiana Governor and New Orleans Chief of Police to come teach martial arts. He accepted the invitation and moved his school to New Orleans. In New Orleans, Yong quickly rose to fame as “Master Moon,” receiving a plethora of media attention for his martial arts demonstrations. He taught in New Orleans from 1979 to the early 1990s.

Photos from Moorimgoong Martial Arts's post 12/22/2021

Rest in Peace Great Grandmaster Yong Moon.

Born in Hapcheon, South Korea, on February 14th, 1949, Yong Moon was an only son amongst 7 siblings. As many of his uncles ran a Tang Soo Do school in Korea, he naturally began training from an early age. He went on to receive a fifth dan black belt by the age of 18 which is an extremely high rank for someone that young. Furthermore, Yong travelled to parts of Korea where Chinese Kung Fu masters went underground during the Chinese communist movement’s cultural revolution. Hence, “Korean Kung Fu” was born. His main instructor, Master Kang Gum Bang, was one of the three Chinese historic masters who emigrated to South Korea during the revolution. 

Yong started his very own school in Busan Nampo-dong at the age of 18. In his school, he taught a hybrid form between Korean and Chinese martial arts. He picked and chose the best techniques from the two styles and later called it Moo Rim Do.

In the 1960s, the Korean government was pushing Tae Kwon Do as its newly formed national martial arts and later asked Yong to receive the highest honor of 9th degree black belt in exchange for adding the Tae Kwon Do system to his school, and thus, helping develop the art. As Tae Kwon Do was a derivative of Tang Soo Do, Yong accepted.

In the late 1970s, Yong received an invitation from the then Louisiana Governor and New Orleans Chief of Police to come teach martial arts. He accepted the invitation and moved his school to New Orleans. In New Orleans, Yong quickly rose to fame as “Master Moon,” receiving a plethora of media attention for his martial arts demonstrations. He taught in New Orleans from 1979 to the early 1990s.

Photos from Moorimgoong Martial Arts's post 12/22/2021

Rest in Peace Great Grandmaster Yong Moon.

Born in Hapcheon, South Korea, on February 14th, 1949, Yong Moon was an only son amongst 7 siblings. As many of his uncles ran a Tang Soo Do school in Korea, he naturally began training from an early age. He went on to receive a fifth dan black belt by the age of 18 which is an extremely high rank for someone that young. Furthermore, Yong travelled to parts of Korea where Chinese Kung Fu masters went underground during the Chinese communist movement’s cultural revolution. Hence, “Korean Kung Fu” was born. His main instructor, Master Kang Gum Bang, was one of the three Chinese historic masters who emigrated to South Korea during the revolution. 

Yong started his very own school in Busan Nampo-dong at the age of 18. In his school, he taught a hybrid form between Korean and Chinese martial arts. He picked and chose the best techniques from the two styles and later called it Moo Rim Do.

In the 1960s, the Korean government was pushing Tae Kwon Do as its newly formed national martial arts and later asked Yong to receive the highest honor of 9th degree black belt in exchange for adding the Tae Kwon Do system to his school, and thus, helping develop the art. As Tae Kwon Do was a derivative of Tang Soo Do, Yong accepted.

In the late 1970s, Yong received an invitation from the then Louisiana Governor and New Orleans Chief of Police to come teach martial arts. He accepted the invitation and moved his school to New Orleans. In New Orleans, Yong quickly rose to fame as “Master Moon,” receiving a plethora of media attention for his martial arts demonstrations. He taught in New Orleans from 1979 to the early 1990s.

Photos from Moorimgoong Martial Arts's post 12/22/2021

Rest in Peace Great Grandmaster Yong Moon.

Born in Hapcheon, South Korea, on February 14th, 1949, Yong Moon was an only son amongst 7 siblings. As many of his uncles ran a Tang Soo Do school in Korea, he naturally began training from an early age. He went on to receive a fifth dan black belt by the age of 18 which is an extremely high rank for someone that young. Furthermore, Yong travelled to parts of Korea where Chinese Kung Fu masters went underground during the Chinese communist movement’s cultural revolution. Hence, “Korean Kung Fu” was born. His main instructor, Master Kang Gum Bang, was one of the three Chinese historic masters who emigrated to South Korea during the revolution. 

Yong started his very own school in Busan Nampo-dong at the age of 18. In his school, he taught a hybrid form between Korean and Chinese martial arts. He picked and chose the best techniques from the two styles and later called it Moo Rim Do.

In the 1960s, the Korean government was pushing Tae Kwon Do as its newly formed national martial arts and later asked Yong to receive the highest honor of 9th degree black belt in exchange for adding the Tae Kwon Do system to his school, and thus, helping develop the art. As Tae Kwon Do was a derivative of Tang Soo Do, Yong accepted.

In the late 1970s, Yong received an invitation from the then Louisiana Governor and New Orleans Chief of Police to come teach martial arts. He accepted the invitation and moved his school to New Orleans. In New Orleans, Yong quickly rose to fame as “Master Moon,” receiving a plethora of media attention for his martial arts demonstrations. He taught in New Orleans from 1979 to the early 1990s.

Continue reading part two on the comments section below***

Photos from Moorimgoong Martial Arts's post 12/22/2021

Rest in Peace Great Grandmaster Yong Moon.

Born in Hapcheon, South Korea, on February 14th, 1949, Yong Moon was an only son amongst 7 siblings. As many of his uncles ran a Tang Soo Do school in Korea, he naturally began training from an early age. He went on to receive a fifth dan black belt by the age of 18 which is an extremely high rank for someone that young. Furthermore, Yong travelled to parts of Korea where Chinese Kung Fu masters went underground during the Chinese communist movement’s cultural revolution. Hence, “Korean Kung Fu” was born. His main instructor, Master Kang Gum Bang, was one of the three Chinese historic masters who emigrated to South Korea during the revolution. 

Yong started his very own school in Busan Nampo-dong at the age of 18. In his school, he taught a hybrid form between Korean and Chinese martial arts. He picked and chose the best techniques from the two styles and later called it Moo Rim Do.

In the 1960s, the Korean government was pushing Tae Kwon Do as its newly formed national martial arts and later asked Yong to receive the highest honor of 9th degree black belt in exchange for adding the Tae Kwon Do system to his school, and thus, helping develop the art. As Tae Kwon Do was a derivative of Tang Soo Do, Yong accepted.

In the late 1970s, Yong received an invitation from the then Louisiana Governor and New Orleans Chief of Police to come teach martial arts. He accepted the invitation and moved his school to New Orleans. In New Orleans, Yong quickly rose to fame as “Master Moon,” receiving a plethora of media attention for his martial arts demonstrations. He taught in New Orleans from 1979 to the early 1990s. 

Continue reading part two on the comments section below*

10/13/2021

Moorimgoong Promo Vid Fall/Winter 2021 🥶❄️💨

09/28/2021

9/27/21 Training with Head Instructor

08/06/2021

Be like water, earth, fire, wind, and lightning ⚡️ Different dynamics = different textures.

07/16/2021

Shirts and Tanks for the Summer ☀️ Limited Run, so grab yours ASAP 🥶

07/09/2021

Triple Strike Combo + w/ Wrist Wraps by 🔥🔥🔥

06/17/2021

Invitation to Special Event

Good afternoon everyone! You are invited to attend a MooRim Dew anti-hate, self-defense class this Thursday, June 17th, from 10am to Noon at Moorimgoong Martial Arts, located at 1149 Crenshaw Blvd. (between Pico and Olympic).

This event will encourage discussion on how to peacefully avoid anti-hate situations while maintaining a voice against it. The discussion will be followed by a 1-hour-class teaching both self-defense and conditioning to prevent and reverse aging for a healthy lifestyle.

Snacks will be served and there is no cost for this event; however the group is limited to 20 people. If you and/or somebody you know would like to attend, please RSVP by Wednesday evening. This is a first-come/first-serve invitation, so the quicker you respond, the better.

Thank you and God Bless,

Grandmaster Ari Moon,
Instructor Grace Lee
Instructor Tigon Selbrede
🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻

www.moorimmartialarts.com
(323)857-1234 (school)
(323)350-7677 (GM)

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Pre-order a pair today for a discounted price!!!
Items are limited. Can’t guarantee your size if you don’t pre-order. To secure your item(s) and size, venmo us $50 for a shirt or shorts, or $90 for a set (10% off). Regular prices are $70. Also, please tell us your size e.g. Large (for shirts) or 32 (for shorts). Go go 😍

06/24/2020

Moorim 1 Dan | Moorimdo Essential Techniques

Watch the rest of the 9 basic forms on our YouTube channel under the playlist “Moorimdo Essential Techniques.”
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Timeline photos 04/29/2020

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04/24/2020

Hello Moorimgoong students, friends, and families,

We hope you guys are safe and well during this tough time. There’s a lot of confusion due to the pandemic and we’re all struggling to foresee what’s next to come. Every individual is dealing with this in different ways and many are struggling (including us).

We’re all in this together and we’ll get through this hardship together. Keep your heads up and stay strong.

Comment down below and let us know how you’ve been. We miss you guys and can’t wait till we reopen the school! Till then, keep practicing at home and continue attending online classes if you can.

Best,
Moorimgoong

Timeline photos 02/14/2020

Happy Birthday to Great Grandmaster Yong Moon! Thank you for passing your knowledge to us all 🥋
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Timeline photos 12/08/2019

2019 Winter Belt Test and Ceremony was a great success. Please read the information on the event booklet! Big shoutout to all the volunteers who helped out 🙏🏻
Lastly, congratulations to all the new black belts and students ❤️
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09/30/2019

MooriMMA Mixed Martial Arts

Moorimgoong is launching an all new program: MooriMMA, starting October 7th!

MooriMMA is a Mixed Martial Arts Program that teaches striking and the ground game in a fun, safe, and supportive community for adults 16+.

Send us a message if you're interested!

05/22/2019

Moorimgoong Martial Arts & Fun Summer Camp

☀️Summer Camp is Only 3 Weeks Away!☀️

Your child will absolutely love our camp so much, they won't want to attend any other camp. 🥋

More Info: http://moorimmartialarts.com/summercamp

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1149 Crenshaw Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
90019

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 9pm
Tuesday 9am - 9pm
Wednesday 9am - 9pm
Thursday 9am - 9pm
Friday 9am - 9pm
Saturday 10am - 1pm

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