Pros and cons of Hapkido Using weapon is so risky. Besides that, each country has the different rule to use the certain weapon. When talking about weapon, I have an idea to know what Hapkido is. Of course, there is a correlation between weapon use and this martial art. More and more people are familiar to it; how is about you? This Korean martial art is a form of self-defense, which employs similar joint locks, grappling, and the throwing techniques which everybody can master. In addition, there is the usage of traditional weapons such as sword, knife, cane, rope, and a short stick. Hapkido in the native Korean writing system is known as hangul. As someone who is practicing this martial art, sure, you know the birth of it. It can be traced to the efforts of a Korean nationals group. In fact, some people can find the similarity between Hapkido and another Korean martial art, Taekwondo. To add your knowledge, it is important to know that this was influenced by the Japanese Jujutsu. Like other martial arts, this comes with pros and cons. When you make a decision to practice it, you should know these things. First, we will talk about its pros. It has the Korean culture. During practicing Hapkido, at least you learn the Korean culture. It is a powerful kick. Later, it is a vigorous exercise. So you will like to practice it more and more. On the other hand, it has some cons. It stills a very large emphasis on kicks. When you plan to find a good school, you might need an extra effort. Why? Most schools focus on Taekwondo. To get a right school for Hapkido, we suggest you to collect more suggestion and information from experienced and well knowledgeable people around your location. This martial art can be not good for older practitioners as it is hard on the body. If you are sure that you can practice the Hapkido well, when will you drive your car to find the right school?