Korean Judo with Ki-Young Jeon

Korean Judo with Ki-Young Jeon

3 Seasons

Presented by Ki-Young Jeon, Korea's Olympic and triple World Champion, this is a remarkable insight into the incredible success of the Korean men's team over the last ten years. At the 2015 World Championships Korea's men's team placed second to Japan, with two gold medals and two bronze medals.

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Korean Judo with Ki-Young Jeon
  • Twitches & feints | Korean Judo

    Episode 1

    Jeon shows that twitches and feints are a great way to a reaction from your opponent

  • Sleeve & lapel shake | Korean Judo

    Episode 2

    Jeon shows how Korean judoka make their opponent's feel uncomfortable and disorientated from a sleeve and lapel shake

  • Creating space | Korean Judo

    Episode 3

    Jeon shows how to create space and stay in the dominant position when gripped up with your opponent. This is for a right v left gripping situation

  • Controlling the distance | Korean Judo

    Episode 4

    Jeon shows how to keep your opponent at bay, whilst being in an attacking position yourself. This is for a right v left gripping situation

  • Dealing with high hand | Korean Judo

    Episode 5

    Jeon demonstrates the best ways to deal with an opponent who wants a high grip. This is for a right v left gripping situation

  • Circling to stop arm over the top | Korean Judo

    Episode 6

    Jeon shows how to circle and block an opponent who likes to throw their arm over the top. This is for a right v right or left v left gripping situation

  • Blocking the arm coming over the top | Korean Judo

    Episode 7

    Former Olympic and triple World Champion Ki-Young Jeon shows different ways to block an opponent trying to throw over the top of the back. This is for a right v right or left v left gripping situation

  • Cross grip to stop arm over the top | Korean Judo

    Episode 8

    Jeon shows one of the best ways to deal with an opponent who likes a strong grip over the back is by pinning the sleeve and cross gripping. This is for a right v right or left v left gripping situation