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The name of the seventh technique can be a bit confusing when written with our abc. When you divide it into syllables, it becomes a bit more readable: mok-kkeokk-gi-beop (목꺾기버). The double kk in Korean is a tense k.

In the previous technique you learned that mok means neck, kkeokk means break. This makes technique number seven in which you break your opponent’s neck … It is taught at the purple belt level.

Lesson tags: hankido, mokkkeokkgibeop, purple belt
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