Korean Nunchaku VHS Video Collection

  • Korean Nunchaku (Tahn Do Li Ga)

    Grandmaster Benko teaches the Korean tahn do li ga. There are two common names for the nunchaku in Korean, "ee chul bong" (two-section stick), and the more appropriate name, "tahn do li ga" (short flail). Nunchaku is the Japanese word for tahn do li ga. The tahn do li ga was a farm tool used for threshing grain. Rice stalks were picked or cut, then were stacked in piles to dry. Once dried the tahn do li ga was used, with a flipping motion to strike the stalks, loosening the grains which would fall and be collected for processing.

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