Dan Bong - Hapkido Martial Arts Weapon

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Dan Bong - Hapkido Martial Arts Weapon

The Dan Bong is a short wooden baton-like martial arts weapon used in Hapkido and Combat Hapkido. Other wooden Hapkido weapons include the Jang Bong and Jung Bong. This self-defense tool is used for striking, joint locks, etc. Since a Dan Bong is generally around 12 inches long, it is less threatening to carry than a bat, staff, etc.

For other traditional martial arts weapons, please visit the main Martial Arts Weapons section.

Video Demonstration of a Dan Bong

References

  1. European Hapkido Alliance, Weapons of Hapkido, http://www.european-hapkido-alliance.co.uk/weapons-of-hapkido/, Added - 06/12/14
  2. Turtle Press, Hapkido Techniques, http://www.turtlepress.com/articles/hapkido_techniques.aspx, Added - 06/12/14








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