[Tae-mi] The application of Taekwondo Poomsae on actual fight

7:20:00 PM Tkd kwan 11 Comments

Kim Kyeong-suk  is born April 23, 1990 (age 29) in Namyangju, Gyeonggi, South Korea
Her height is 166cm and weight is 44 kg. 
She is a talented person and has many skills, she is a singer, actress and martial artist and she is active since 2011.  
Tae Mi (태미), also known by her real name Kim Kyeongsuk or as K Kim, is a South Korean singer, actress and martial artist under K-Tigers E&C. She made her K-pop debut in the co-ed group K-TIGERS ZERO on September 19, 2019.
Tae Mi made her official acting debut in the 2011 Thai martial arts movie The Kick where she started as a supporting character. She adopted her character's name as her stage name (Tae Mi). 
On May 24, 2019, Tae Mi was revealed as one of the selected members of the 'K-Tigers' performance group who would get to debut in a co-ed group named K-TIGERS ZERO. 
The group will reported make their debut in September.
The application of poomsae in combat seems to be a bit new in Taekwondo, and the most famous martial art that do the form application is Karate. and we can see it as a type of competition in Karate Kata championship, and they call it karate Bunkai.
The poomsae application would be done correctly by using the same poomsae techniques against several real opponents.
In this video Taemi is performing an application of Taegeuk 4 Jang against several opponents.
Some would like this performance while others may see it useless, but it is a good way to know the use of the techniques we do in poomsae by practicing them with real partners.
I honestly wish that the Kukkiwon would create a competition for the poomsae application, that would be a good idea to promote the traditional Taekwondo.
Tell us what do you think about this poomsae application.



  2. Lovely artwork, unlikely to work in a fight.

    1. I think it can still apply. You can block someone elbow smash them in the face it just won't look exactly as she demonstrated

  3. She has extremely impressive speed. Especially her kicks. Honestly, the speed and accuracy of movement reminds me of Bruce Lee. Her technique and application impresses me greatly. Respect.