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《Chinese Wushu Research》 2017-01
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A Research on the Development Situation of Free Combat in South Korea by Seeing Wushu as a Whole

Su Jianjiao;Bai Nanxian;Zhang Yinghui;Yong In University;Shanxi Normal University;  
For the purpose of encouraging the multi-development of free combat during its internationalization process, this paper investigates on the status quo of free combat in South Korea by doing questionnaire, expert interview and mathematical statistics. The research demonstrates the following results: firstly, free combat was introduced to South Korea early and athletes make good but unstable performance in international competitions. Secondly, the domestic competitions are well-organized in South Korea and have various competition events, however, it is lack of participants. Thirdly, the structure of the free combat coaches' team is reasonable and they have all been through a long training time, while in short of guidance of theoretical knowledge. There are plenty of wushu(martial arts) training places and their teaching contents are rich, while there is no unified teaching materials. It is concluded that the best way to develop free combat in South Korea is through strengthening international exchange, improving the performance in international competition, building up a proper coaches' team structure, gathering young talents, as well as creating a universal teaching material.
【Fund】: 山西师范大学教学改革重点项目(SD2015JGKT-40)~~
【CateGory Index】: G852.4
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