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Hwang In-Sik

Hwang In-shik (also Whang Ing-sik, born September 13, 1940) is one of the foremost Korean hapkido teachers today. A great popularizer of the art in Asia through his work in the Hong Kong based films of Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Angela Mao, he is known nevertheless as one of the top teachers of the art and was eventually awarded a 10th degree black belt, the highest rank possible in the art, by the World Hapkido Association.

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Sep 13, 1940 In South Korea
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie The Way of the Dragon 1972-06-01
Latest Project:
Movie The Best of Martial Arts Films 1990-01-01
Known For
Poster of A Fist Full of Talons
Poster of Dragon Lord
Poster of The Young Master
Poster of The Devil's Treasure
Movie The Best of Martial Arts Films Himself 1990-01-01
Movie A Fist Full of Talons Nai Sin 1983-04-14
Movie Dragon Lord Smuggler's leader 1982-01-21
Movie The Young Master Master Kam 1980-02-09
Movie Close Kung Fu Encounter Unknown 1975-06-18
Movie The Skyhawk Renegade Master 1974-01-22
Movie Stoner Mr. Big 1974-02-08
Movie The Tournament Japanese fighter 1974-09-28
Movie The Association General's Bodyguard 1974-11-21
Movie Heiße Ware aus Hong Kong (archive footage) 1973-01-01
Movie Fist of Unicorn Wong's family thug 1973-03-01
Movie The Devil's Treasure Tsui Chen Tien 1973-09-02
Movie When Taekwondo Strikes Japanese Leader 1973-09-09
Movie The Way of the Dragon Japanese Fighter 1972-06-01
Movie The Yellow Killer Unknown 1972-12-15
Movie Hapkido Hapkido Head Student 1972-10-01