Kyuki Do is a Korean art that is a mix of taekwondo, judo, jiujutsu, hapkido, and kobudo. Kyuki-Do was introduced to the United States in 1967 by Grand Master Ok Hyung Kim, the
founder of the art. The American Kyuki-Do Federation was established in 1979. Kyuki-Do is an Art that combines the strikes of TaeKwon-Do, the throwing and grappling techniques of Judo and
Juijitsu, the joint locks of HapKi-Do, and the practice of kobudo (traditional weapons) into one art.
Kyuki-Do is a Korean martial art that primarily incorporates elements of Tae Kwon Do, Hapkido and Judo. Kyuki-Do was introduced to the United States in 1967 by Grand Master Ok Hyung Kim,
the founder of the art. Kyuki-Do is designed to be practical, versatile, and effective at a variety of different ranges and in a variety of different situations.