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Hanja Does anyone have a first-person source (i.e. from the creator of the style) for the Hanja for Hanmudo? The version I wrote in originally was from a magazine (in which they interviewed the said creator) - but I suppose it is possible that they made a mistake in transcription? Or he lied? In any case, they surely did not write "韓武道" in that magazine article. If someone could just go and ask him, that would be very nice.  :)

Edededed 01:54, 12 May 2006 (UTC)

I don't know much about martial arts, but this official-looking website clearly uses 韓. The aforementioned site also indicates that the style was founded in the 19th century -- just how old was that magazine?  :-)
If the interview was in a language other than Korean, the alternate character for han might have just been a transcription error. -- Visviva 04:49, 12 May 2006 (UTC)

There is also the style founded by Dr.He Young Kim, the style probably most famous. He also writes the name of his style with 韓. 韓 stands for Korea (see names of korea). Kbarends 06:09, 12 May 2006 (UTC)

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