The Sib Pal Gi Association (십팔기협회 Dae Han Sibpalki Hyeop Hwe; also The Korea Sibpalki Association) is a Korean martial arts association
established in 1981 under the leadership of Kim Kwang-Seok (Kim Gwang-suk 김광석; 金光錫, b. 1936, style name Haebeom). Sib Pal Ki (literally "eighteen
skills") is a Korean term for "martial arts", either Chinese martial arts or Korean martial arts (as opposed to the Japanese martial arts introduced during the Japanese rule in Korea).
Kim Kwang-Seok had opened a martial arts school in 1969, having studied martial arts during the late 1940s to early 1950s under one master Yun Myeong-Deok, first in a Taoist monastery at
Mount Jiri in Korea's South Jeolla province, and during the Korean War relocating to Busan. He published four books on his system between 1987 and 2002.