Taekkyeon is a traditional Korean martial art with a dance-like appearance in some aspects. Koguryo mural painting at the Samsil tomb shows Taekkyeon was practiced as early as the Three Kingdoms Era and transmitted from Koguryo to Silla.[1][2] The earlist existing written source mentioning Taekkyon is the book Manmulmo (also Jaemulmo), written around 1790 by Lee, Sung-Ji.[3] Taekkyeon is also frequently romanized informally as Taekkyon or Taekyon.
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