Hwa Rang chapter is named in honour of the Korean teen noble warrior group, they helped in the unification of the three ancient
kingdoms of Korea. Hwa Rang is celebrated today in many Korean Martial Arts.
This chapter incorporates all basic kicking techniques which are adapted from the kicking art of Soo Bak Gi which was refined by Hwa Rang warriors, the art appeared in Korea during the Silla dynasty & flourished in the Yi dynasty during the middle of the 6th century AD.
All hand techniques in this chapter such as punching, striking and thrusting are based on an enhanced biomechanical principals of Khmer Boxing (the ancient form-non competition), which is the most powerful method for a successful delivery of a hand attack known to man.
Khmer Boxing, is the oldest sport in ancient Cambodia and was also named blood sport (no ring, referee or rules) hands & fingers were rapped in thin cloth rolled in the shape of a rope, these fights resulted in a very high percentage of death.
Khmer Boxing is the father of modern ring sport Pradal Serey (free fighting) practiced in Cambodia up to current time, Pradal Sesrey is the equivalent to modern day Thai boxing, however Khmer Boxing has existed at least 350 years before the ancient forms of Thai Boxing (Mauy Boran) & Mauy Thai (15th Century A.D) which Modern Thai Boxing has evolved from in 1929 by King Rama VII.
Khmer Boxing originated from the Cambodian military art of Bokator. This was flourishing in the middle of 11th century AD.