What does a virtual competition look like?

That depends.

Prerecorded Virtual Competition

If the Virtual Competition is a prerecorded competition, then from the competitor's perspective, the experience is that of performing a break or hyung while being videoed and then uploading it to the Soo Bahk Do® Institute.

After uploading if you watch your video and decide you can do better, then you can do your break or hyung again while being videoed and then upload the new video to replace your 1st videos.

After uploading your improved videos, if you watch it and decide you can still do even better, then you can do it all over again.

And again.

And again.

Compete on your own schedule any time that is convenient.

You can keep refining your performance as many times as you want until you are sure that you are presenting your very best performance or the event entry deadline kicks in and stops you from repeating your endless efforts striving for perfection. 🙂 

When competing in a regular in-person competition, you do not get unlimited do-overs, but in a virtual prerecorded competition you do.

How many times you strive for your best performance is totally up to you as long as you upload your videos by the due date.

How cool is that?


International Young Warrior Auditions

While you are uploading your performances, you might as well submit it as your Audition for the World Moo Duk Kwan® Young Warrior Showcase.

Requires no extra work on your part as you have already videos your very best performance.

During registration just choose the division for Young Warrior Showcase Audition and upload your best performance.

You'll be competing Internationally against other practitioners worldwide who are also vying for the honor of being recognized as the best of the Moo Duk Kwan®.

Do it! 



Live Competition Via Zoom Video Conferencing

If the Virtual Competition is live via video conferencing, then from the competitor's perspective, the experience is considerably different.

Those who have joined a live Zoom class or a Zoom Seminar, etc. understand the difference in that part of the experience, but potentially the biggest difference is that like competing at an in-person event, you only have one chance to do your best.

The Federation is providing both experiences for members who want to participate.

Even the entry fees are "name your own price" so you can contribute whatever amount you are comfortable with.

The Kwan Jang Nim,  TAC and Board invite you to be part of the 1st-ever Moo Duk Kwan® Virtual Competition. 

Cement your place in Moo Duk Kwan® history and get credit on your permanent member record by registering for this unique experience.

Upload deadline October 14 and Live Zoom date October 17.

Register today!



U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Moo Duk Kwan Federation (121)

The United States Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® was formed in 1976 by Moo Duk Kwan® Founder Hwang Kee and a group of dedicated practitioners in the U.S. In 1994 the Federation also adopted the tradename of The United States Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federtation®. Connect with the Federation via websites and social networks.

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