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《武藝圖譜通志 - 提督劎》
Muye Dobo Tongji - Jedok Geom

The Korean Commander Sword

     提督劎 (Chn: Tidu-Jian, Krn: Jedok Geom) is the swordsmanship of 李如松 Li Ru-Song, a Ming Dynasty Commander of Korean descent. During the Imjin-War, when Ming Dynasty sent troops to help defend Korea, Li Ru-Song participated in the assistance and fought against the Japanese. He managed to take back Pyongyang from Japanese Commander Konishi Yukinaga.

  Available as an English-translated e-Book is the "Commander Sword" chapter found in the Korean manual, Muye Dobo Tongji, which documented the swordsmanship of Li Ru-Song.

Contents (40 pages + 2 x Routine-Sheets):

- Diagram of the Commander Sword
- Introduction & History
- Illustrated Stances
- War history of Commander Li Ru-Song
- 2 x Separate sheets of the Commander Sword Routine

Features to help you learn & understand:

- Hanyu Pinyin pronounciation for all Chinese text

- accompanying English translation


This E-Book is formatted to A5-size for easy printing.


Your support will further the research of ancient Chinese battlefield arts, and encourage efforts in the translation of other ancient manuals.


Thank you,

Jack Chen

English Translation 

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Muye Dobo Tongji Commander Sword Details
Jedok Geom Translation Preview #1
Details about the Commander Sword.
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Muye Dobo Tongji Commander Sword Form 1
Preview #2
Practicing The Sword Form
Muye Dobo Tongji Commander Sword Form 2
Preview #3
Practicing The Sword Form


Koreans today are putting huge efforts into reviving Muye Dobo Tongji.


Below are videos of some Koreans demonstrating the routine that's documented in the Commander Sword chapter. There are various other groups of Koreans training in the martial arts of the Muye Dobo Tongji as well.

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