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7th National Tong-Il Moo Do Festival, IPLC Philippines, September 26, 2014

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The 7th Tong-Il Moo Do Festival was held at the International Peace Leadership College and has been attended by different schools and disciplines.

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The Kyokushin Karate of Sampaloc Tanay Rizal annually joining the Tong-Il Moo Do Festival

Students from Sun Hwa International Academy also attended the 7th TIMD Festival

The trophies are awarded to the winners of the Ballet competition, Team form, Individual form and free style form competition.

It was also attended by different masters of martial arts in the Philippines

The 7th Tong-Il Moo Do Festival was handled by the 4th year students of International Peace Leadership College and newly promoted black belts as part of their examination.

Freestyle form competition is a form that is personally made and named by the performer or the martial artist. Or if you are from another discipline you can use your own form like poomse or kata. One basic rule is that you are not allowed to use weapons.

Individual form competition is a form from Tong-Il Moo Do. Like Sawi Gidae Eui Bon or Tong-Il Eui Bon. The participants are from the different teams that participated in the TIMD Festival.

This picture was taken at the Team Form competition while they are performing circular form

Sparring Form competition is done not by belt but by weight.

This is a sparring between a Jeet Kune Do and a Tong-Il Moo Do practitioner in a heavy weight division

In the Tong-Il Moo Do Festival we use and electronic score board to show the players their scores before they proceed to the 2nd round


Reported by,
Anthony Barot