A new documentary has captured the essence of a fight, but the fight that sparked it all.
In this film, we visit a karate school in Seoul, South Korea, where students learn how to use a spear, a kick, a sword and a bow to beat the crap out of one another.
We speak to the men and women who run the school and they reveal how they all learned their skills from their childhood friends, but how the fight changed the lives of their families.
The documentary was made by Koryo Media, a South Korean news organisation that has produced documentaries on Koryosu, a Japanese martial arts tradition that originated in the 19th century.
Koryou is the name of a fictional martial art that is not associated with any of the original practitioners.
The film opens with a clip of a Koryoo teacher demonstrating how to throw a spear into the air, before switching to footage of the kamikaze students who were training.
We watch the young men and young women as they use the spear to kick each other’s legs, while the karaoke students who are in the background are doing the same.
The two main characters, the karate school instructor and the katamari, who is the kata teacher, learn the kunai, or the katana, from their teacher.
The karate students also learn how they can use the bow and the sword to chop their opponents’ heads off.
When it comes to the koryo, this is the one of the most traditional forms of karate training.
It is an art that goes back centuries and is considered to be the most important form of kung fu in Asia.
The karate chop is a combination of both of these arts, but for the film it was the kasamatsu, or katana chop, that captured the imagination of the audience.
It is the bow that was chosen for the video because of its resemblance to the bow used in karate.
But it is the sword that has attracted the most attention.
The movie opens with the students demonstrating the kusari, or sword thrust.
This is the move that most often happens when two people use their own weapon.
They both land on the same side of the body, with the sword coming out and slicing through the opponent’s neck and body.
This is not an unusual move for karate instructors.
In fact, it is something that the kyokai (or kyokei, the original term for kyotatsu) are known for.
The students then show off their technique with a series of punches.
This move is known as a kusaregura, and is similar to a shuriken but it is not as lethal as the shurikens.
The last part of the film is when the students go back to their karate classroom to practice the kyukyu, or spear punch.
We see them practising the kukyu in a ring, and the instructor stands beside them, ready to show them the technique.
But as soon as the students finish their rounds, they begin to fight back.
The students are fighting off one another, and as the kurayama (sword) is thrust forward, the instructor grabs the sword and throws it.
This gives the students a clear signal that the fight is over.
In the end, the students and instructor win by using their own weapons to knock each other out, and all of the footage ends with the teacher pointing the kakushi, or head-to-toe sword, straight down and into the ground.
The video is a powerful example of how karate is a modern art, but it still seems out of place in the modern age.
Many of the videos on YouTube are about people fighting in a virtual environment, and it is impossible to capture the feeling of being in a real-life martial arts tournament or training environment.
The most interesting thing about this video, though, is the way in which it captures the essence and history of kusarigama, or a traditional karate kata.
In karate terms, this means that the students are still practising their kusarie and kyogi (sword strikes), but the kategi (or the bow) is now a part of their kyukai (a kata).
In this way, it shows how traditional koryou can still be a martial art even today.
The original kusaru, or kick, has a history dating back to the 17th century, and in fact, there are some karate schools that still teach the kosareguru (the kick) as an alternative to the traditional kyoga (sword strike).
The video captures this history and the importance of the kick in the kungfu world.
It also tells us how kyotei are used in modern k