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01-14-2001, 02:42 AM
hi,i have an enormous doubt, since two months i'm taking classes of a korean style of kung fu called sorimsa
supposedly based in shaolin methods from a
temple in korea...i need to find info about this temple and this style of kung fu, history and lineage...
thnx in advance...

01-14-2001, 02:55 AM
I know a long term student of Iron's and he's completely worthless, the only way he can pull off his sucky techniques are on weaker girls.

If your not bleeding, your not having enough fun.

01-14-2001, 03:32 AM
Iron Kim is really Ashida Kim otherwise known as Ashida Kimchee.. remember you saw it on KFO first..

01-14-2001, 03:32 AM
The style use korean terminology
the name sorim-sa means shaolin-si in chinese
it is a good mix of northern and southern
styles, maybe a little more northern (because
of his kicking techniques, it is korean)
the do-bok (uniform) does not use any emblem
it just have three red lines (a la adidas)
in the arms noticing the combative inclination of the style, we spar very often, every class, or twice a class, depends of the weater, we are in summer in argentina and there is a lot of heat around here ;-)
and every technique is maked in a two guys
practice, late at the class, bfor finish, we spar.
this style is based heavily in animals movements, as i note:
the basic form is called kee man je (or something)
it is, in this order:
horse stance
bow and arrow stance
crane stance
cat stance
dragon stance
the second (which is the one i'm learning now) is called so kom (or something, again)

the only doubt i have is the lineage of this style the path that was followed by the original masters.
the name of the master that get that style style to argentina is named kong (the only i know, will try to find info about he)
anyway i will try to get a little more info of the style with my sabom (sifu).

PS: sorry mi english ;-)

MonkeySlap Too
01-14-2001, 04:54 AM
Any chance you can post pictures?