《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
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