There is a great diversity of books on Taekwondo, with technical, historical-statistical or pedagogical content, but no one before has written about this facts of the sport.
A Killing Art, is a true story that shows the dark side of Taekwondo that has never been told before. This masterpiece of journalistic literature tells about the deepest secrets that major Korean teachers, sports leaders and senior Korean government officials have hidden for many years.
Espionage, kidnapping, torture, murder, war crimes, corruption and infinate of information that you would have never imagined that would involve this sport.
“A Killing Art” was written by Alex Gillis, who is a university writing instructor and a professional journalist specializing in literary non fiction and investigative research. He has trained in Taekwondo for 25 years and is a third-degree black belt. This story has also been written in Spanish and it includes a supplement on the history of Taekwondo in Argentina written by Manuel Adrogué, who is a lawyer and 6th dan black belt.
This piece of art gives us a stark view and tells us about the circumstances of the origin of the most popular martial art, Taekwondo. So if you only knew the official version of the facts of this sport, it is time to know the truth.
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