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Choi Bounge (Hangul: 최번개, Hanja: 崔稲妻, Japanese: チョイ・ボンゲ Choi Bonge ) is one of the original members of the Korean Team, along with Chang Koehan and Kim Kaphwan in The King of Fighters series. In Korean, Bounge (more appropriately spelled and pronounced as Bungeh ) means lightning , which suits Choi's "electrical" and nonstop nature. He is one of the many fighters in the series who fights with a weapon; his weapons are dual leather-gloved claws.

His original costume was changed at the last minute to avoid distinct similarities with horror film character, Freddy Krueger . He speaks with a playful theatrical accent, often ending his sentences with "-de yansu" (much like he often calls people "buddy boy" in Playmore's English localizations). He also has his own character image song, entitled "Choi Bounge Ondo", which is played briefly during his entrances in The King of Fighters '98 . He is voiced by Monster Maezuka .

He was a late-night predator who chanced to have stalked on Kim during one of his nightly walks. After he was bested by his prey, Choi was forced by Kim to undergo his "Rehabilitation project", in hopes of using the criminal's skills not "in the name of evil". During this time, he also met and befriended fellow criminal, Chang Koehan. Since then, the two have attempted to escape from Kim's training with little success, stressed often to the point of comic relief. The situation hasn't gotten any more lenient with the arrival of Jhun Hoon , who shares Kim's overzealous passion for justice and rehabilitation.

Because both Chang and him convinced Kim to join the Garou Team in The King of Fighters XI , they appear in the Garou Team's ending celebrating with them at the PaoPao Cafe. Since they have been deemed "rehabilitated" by their original master, Choi and his larger companion realize that Kim is on the look out for more villains to reshape and worry for the new victims' future.

Very goofy and annoying, Choi wants to be free from Kim's hands. He is sadistic, since he loves to slice stuff, especially human flesh. Although, Kim's "Rehabilitation Project" seems to be working, since Choi's lost some of the desire to kill.

Before entering Kim's project, Choi used to fight with his super speed and attacking with claws, but he has been learning Taekwondo from Kim. He has his own adaptations of Kim's moves, especially Hishoukyaku and Hienzan . He even has his own variation of the Hou'ou Kyaku thanks to Kim's training.

Good quotes, weird quotes, unusual quotes, shocking quotes, ancient quotes, wise quotes, stupid quotes, long quotes, short quotes, thought-provoking quotes…

I think it has to do with the human connection you get from realizing that somewhere, at one time, someone you don’t even know articulated your exact thoughts in his/her own words, and shared it with the world – and therefore it resonates with us on a deeper level.

These quotes come directly from some of the biggest names in the history of Karate, and range from the short to the long, from the spiritual to the practical. But no matter what shape they take, I’m pretty sure of one thing:

Like I often tell myself: Unless I’m feeling confused, stupid, awesome or provoked, my day hasn’t been complete. And great quotes tend to help with that.

Here are 32 mega awesome Karate quotes from some of the most legendary masters of our art (including some “bonuses”). Read, think, apply and share.

1. Etiquette/Courtesy
2. Modesty
3. Perseverance
4. Self-Control
5. Indomitable Spirit
Etiquette/Courtesy , 여의

Taekwondo originated with a strong military backround. If you read the history of taekwondo, you learned the Hwarang were noblemen who used martial arts to defend themselves against attack. They had a code of honor.

1. Serve your lord
2. Serve your parents
3. Trust your friends
4. Never withdraw from battle
5. When taking a life, be selective

1. Be loyal to your country
2. Respect your parents
3. Be faithful to your spouse
4. Respect your siblings
5. Be loyal to your friends
6. Respect those older than you
7. Respect your teachers
8. Never take life when it isn't needed
9. Have a strong spirit, or invincible spirit
10. Be loyal to your school
11. Always finish something you begin

This principle of taekwondo deals with how you interact with people. Although a practitioner may be a better fighter than his or her opponent, they shouldn't boast about it. The practitioner should maintain himself and be honest and good, and humble himself earning respect.

Perseverance , 인내

Practitioners of taekwondo should be very persistant in what they do. They should challenge themselves to self-improvement. Always strive to improve your physical body as well as your mind. When you do start something, finish it. Go all the way. The rewards will be great. Self-Control , 극기

Choi Bounge (Hangul: 최번개, Hanja: 崔稲妻, Japanese: チョイ・ボンゲ Choi Bonge ) is one of the original members of the Korean Team, along with Chang Koehan and Kim Kaphwan in The King of Fighters series. In Korean, Bounge (more appropriately spelled and pronounced as Bungeh ) means lightning , which suits Choi's "electrical" and nonstop nature. He is one of the many fighters in the series who fights with a weapon; his weapons are dual leather-gloved claws.

His original costume was changed at the last minute to avoid distinct similarities with horror film character, Freddy Krueger . He speaks with a playful theatrical accent, often ending his sentences with "-de yansu" (much like he often calls people "buddy boy" in Playmore's English localizations). He also has his own character image song, entitled "Choi Bounge Ondo", which is played briefly during his entrances in The King of Fighters '98 . He is voiced by Monster Maezuka .

He was a late-night predator who chanced to have stalked on Kim during one of his nightly walks. After he was bested by his prey, Choi was forced by Kim to undergo his "Rehabilitation project", in hopes of using the criminal's skills not "in the name of evil". During this time, he also met and befriended fellow criminal, Chang Koehan. Since then, the two have attempted to escape from Kim's training with little success, stressed often to the point of comic relief. The situation hasn't gotten any more lenient with the arrival of Jhun Hoon , who shares Kim's overzealous passion for justice and rehabilitation.

Because both Chang and him convinced Kim to join the Garou Team in The King of Fighters XI , they appear in the Garou Team's ending celebrating with them at the PaoPao Cafe. Since they have been deemed "rehabilitated" by their original master, Choi and his larger companion realize that Kim is on the look out for more villains to reshape and worry for the new victims' future.

Very goofy and annoying, Choi wants to be free from Kim's hands. He is sadistic, since he loves to slice stuff, especially human flesh. Although, Kim's "Rehabilitation Project" seems to be working, since Choi's lost some of the desire to kill.

Before entering Kim's project, Choi used to fight with his super speed and attacking with claws, but he has been learning Taekwondo from Kim. He has his own adaptations of Kim's moves, especially Hishoukyaku and Hienzan . He even has his own variation of the Hou'ou Kyaku thanks to Kim's training.

Good quotes, weird quotes, unusual quotes, shocking quotes, ancient quotes, wise quotes, stupid quotes, long quotes, short quotes, thought-provoking quotes…

I think it has to do with the human connection you get from realizing that somewhere, at one time, someone you don’t even know articulated your exact thoughts in his/her own words, and shared it with the world – and therefore it resonates with us on a deeper level.

These quotes come directly from some of the biggest names in the history of Karate, and range from the short to the long, from the spiritual to the practical. But no matter what shape they take, I’m pretty sure of one thing:

Like I often tell myself: Unless I’m feeling confused, stupid, awesome or provoked, my day hasn’t been complete. And great quotes tend to help with that.

Here are 32 mega awesome Karate quotes from some of the most legendary masters of our art (including some “bonuses”). Read, think, apply and share.

1. Etiquette/Courtesy
2. Modesty
3. Perseverance
4. Self-Control
5. Indomitable Spirit
Etiquette/Courtesy , 여의

Taekwondo originated with a strong military backround. If you read the history of taekwondo, you learned the Hwarang were noblemen who used martial arts to defend themselves against attack. They had a code of honor.

1. Serve your lord
2. Serve your parents
3. Trust your friends
4. Never withdraw from battle
5. When taking a life, be selective

1. Be loyal to your country
2. Respect your parents
3. Be faithful to your spouse
4. Respect your siblings
5. Be loyal to your friends
6. Respect those older than you
7. Respect your teachers
8. Never take life when it isn't needed
9. Have a strong spirit, or invincible spirit
10. Be loyal to your school
11. Always finish something you begin

This principle of taekwondo deals with how you interact with people. Although a practitioner may be a better fighter than his or her opponent, they shouldn't boast about it. The practitioner should maintain himself and be honest and good, and humble himself earning respect.

Perseverance , 인내

Practitioners of taekwondo should be very persistant in what they do. They should challenge themselves to self-improvement. Always strive to improve your physical body as well as your mind. When you do start something, finish it. Go all the way. The rewards will be great. Self-Control , 극기

Juri Han is the first South Korean character, the first Taekwondo user, and the first true villainess in the Street Fighter series. She made her debut in Super Street Fighter IV , where she is a main character in the storyline. Juri was created by request of many Korean fans who wished for Capcom to add a Korean character in Street Fighter, something already established by SNK and Namco in their respective fighting franchises.

Juri wears a small, purple breastplate, supported with black straps that fastened to form a spider pattern on her back. She wears long, baggy, off-white colored trousers and purple tights, and long, fingerless gloves. Her fingernails and toenails are painted bright pink. She has dark hair styled into two horn-like bangs at the top of her head, which appear to be fastened with pink ribbons.

Juri was a prominent practitioner of Taekwondo when she was 15. Her father was a lawyer in charge of prosecuting organized crime operations. In this capacity, Shadoloo was his next target, causing her family to be kidnapped by that very organization. During the ordeal, Juri lost her parents and gravely wounded her left eye. In the S.I.N. laboratory, Juri undergoes an operation on her eye. She gains the Feng Shui Engine , which gives her incredible ki, speed and power.

After the operation, Juri proceeds to assassinate operatives in a public area which was her first mission to test out the Feng Shui Engine. Even with guns, her enemies stood no chance against her as she took them out one by one by attacking them from behind. Chun-Li, Cammy and Guile were called to the scene to stop her massacre. Chun-Li rushes into the scene to arrest Juri, resulting in a battle that ended with Juri unleashing her eye's power to defeat Chun-Li. Just as she was about to finish Chun-Li, her Feng Shui Engine malfunctioned, forcing her to flee back to the lab.

Juri is asked to compete in the World Warriors tournament, which she agrees to. She confronts Bison during the tournament, but the outcome of their battle is unknown. After Seth was beaten at the end of the tourament, she approached the incapacitated Seth and taunts him before destroying him by stomping on his Tanden Engine, revealing that she planned to become the new leader of S.I.N. all along (mostly likely so she can destroy shadowloo once and for all).

Juri is an offensively oriented character. She uses a few punches, but mostly uses kicks. Juri is a very flashy fighter who likes to toy with her opponent, and is used best in bursts of aggression. Like most characters that use Tae Kwon Do in fighting games (e.g. Kim Kaphwan and Hwoarang), she is a rushdown character.

Choi Bounge (Hangul: 최번개, Hanja: 崔稲妻, Japanese: チョイ・ボンゲ Choi Bonge ) is one of the original members of the Korean Team, along with Chang Koehan and Kim Kaphwan in The King of Fighters series. In Korean, Bounge (more appropriately spelled and pronounced as Bungeh ) means lightning , which suits Choi's "electrical" and nonstop nature. He is one of the many fighters in the series who fights with a weapon; his weapons are dual leather-gloved claws.

His original costume was changed at the last minute to avoid distinct similarities with horror film character, Freddy Krueger . He speaks with a playful theatrical accent, often ending his sentences with "-de yansu" (much like he often calls people "buddy boy" in Playmore's English localizations). He also has his own character image song, entitled "Choi Bounge Ondo", which is played briefly during his entrances in The King of Fighters '98 . He is voiced by Monster Maezuka .

He was a late-night predator who chanced to have stalked on Kim during one of his nightly walks. After he was bested by his prey, Choi was forced by Kim to undergo his "Rehabilitation project", in hopes of using the criminal's skills not "in the name of evil". During this time, he also met and befriended fellow criminal, Chang Koehan. Since then, the two have attempted to escape from Kim's training with little success, stressed often to the point of comic relief. The situation hasn't gotten any more lenient with the arrival of Jhun Hoon , who shares Kim's overzealous passion for justice and rehabilitation.

Because both Chang and him convinced Kim to join the Garou Team in The King of Fighters XI , they appear in the Garou Team's ending celebrating with them at the PaoPao Cafe. Since they have been deemed "rehabilitated" by their original master, Choi and his larger companion realize that Kim is on the look out for more villains to reshape and worry for the new victims' future.

Very goofy and annoying, Choi wants to be free from Kim's hands. He is sadistic, since he loves to slice stuff, especially human flesh. Although, Kim's "Rehabilitation Project" seems to be working, since Choi's lost some of the desire to kill.

Before entering Kim's project, Choi used to fight with his super speed and attacking with claws, but he has been learning Taekwondo from Kim. He has his own adaptations of Kim's moves, especially Hishoukyaku and Hienzan . He even has his own variation of the Hou'ou Kyaku thanks to Kim's training.

Good quotes, weird quotes, unusual quotes, shocking quotes, ancient quotes, wise quotes, stupid quotes, long quotes, short quotes, thought-provoking quotes…

I think it has to do with the human connection you get from realizing that somewhere, at one time, someone you don’t even know articulated your exact thoughts in his/her own words, and shared it with the world – and therefore it resonates with us on a deeper level.

These quotes come directly from some of the biggest names in the history of Karate, and range from the short to the long, from the spiritual to the practical. But no matter what shape they take, I’m pretty sure of one thing:

Like I often tell myself: Unless I’m feeling confused, stupid, awesome or provoked, my day hasn’t been complete. And great quotes tend to help with that.

Here are 32 mega awesome Karate quotes from some of the most legendary masters of our art (including some “bonuses”). Read, think, apply and share.

Choi Bounge (Hangul: 최번개, Hanja: 崔稲妻, Japanese: チョイ・ボンゲ Choi Bonge ) is one of the original members of the Korean Team, along with Chang Koehan and Kim Kaphwan in The King of Fighters series. In Korean, Bounge (more appropriately spelled and pronounced as Bungeh ) means lightning , which suits Choi's "electrical" and nonstop nature. He is one of the many fighters in the series who fights with a weapon; his weapons are dual leather-gloved claws.

His original costume was changed at the last minute to avoid distinct similarities with horror film character, Freddy Krueger . He speaks with a playful theatrical accent, often ending his sentences with "-de yansu" (much like he often calls people "buddy boy" in Playmore's English localizations). He also has his own character image song, entitled "Choi Bounge Ondo", which is played briefly during his entrances in The King of Fighters '98 . He is voiced by Monster Maezuka .

He was a late-night predator who chanced to have stalked on Kim during one of his nightly walks. After he was bested by his prey, Choi was forced by Kim to undergo his "Rehabilitation project", in hopes of using the criminal's skills not "in the name of evil". During this time, he also met and befriended fellow criminal, Chang Koehan. Since then, the two have attempted to escape from Kim's training with little success, stressed often to the point of comic relief. The situation hasn't gotten any more lenient with the arrival of Jhun Hoon , who shares Kim's overzealous passion for justice and rehabilitation.

Because both Chang and him convinced Kim to join the Garou Team in The King of Fighters XI , they appear in the Garou Team's ending celebrating with them at the PaoPao Cafe. Since they have been deemed "rehabilitated" by their original master, Choi and his larger companion realize that Kim is on the look out for more villains to reshape and worry for the new victims' future.

Very goofy and annoying, Choi wants to be free from Kim's hands. He is sadistic, since he loves to slice stuff, especially human flesh. Although, Kim's "Rehabilitation Project" seems to be working, since Choi's lost some of the desire to kill.

Before entering Kim's project, Choi used to fight with his super speed and attacking with claws, but he has been learning Taekwondo from Kim. He has his own adaptations of Kim's moves, especially Hishoukyaku and Hienzan . He even has his own variation of the Hou'ou Kyaku thanks to Kim's training.




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