Weapon
Weapon (무기술 / Moo-Ki-Sool)

In other martial arts disciplines, bodily form differs according to the weapon used. In Hapkido, bodily form remains constant despite the particular weapon used.

Weapon techniques are divided into: "Dan-Bong Sool (short stick technique)", "Joong-Bong Sool (middle stick technique), "Jang-Bong Sool (long stick technique)", "Kyeok-Keom Sool (fighting sword technique)", "Ddi Sool (rope technique)", "Dan-Jang Sool (cane technique)", "Jang Sool (stick technique)", "Too-Keom Sool (knife-throwing technique)", "Too-Seok Sool (stone-throwing technique)", "Too-Boon Sool (dish-throwing technique), "Too-Sa Sool (rope-throwing technique).

Each technique is composed of: striking techniques, blocking techniques, cutting techniques, and piercing techniques.

- Dan Bong Sool (short stick technique) ; basic striking + basic blocking + technique (striking, breaking, throwing).

- Joong Bong Sool (middle stick technique) ; basic striking + basic blocking + technique (striking, breaking, throwing).

- Jang Bong Sool (long stick technique) ; basic striking + basic blocking + basic spinning + technique (striking, breaking, throwing).

- Kyeok Keom Sool (fighting sword technique) ; basic cutting + basic blocking + techniques (fighting sword).

- Ddi Sool (rope technique) ; basic blocking + technique (striking, breaking, throwing).

- Dan Jang Sool (cane technique) ; basic striking + technique (striking, breaking, throwing).

- Jang Sool (stick technique) ; basic striking + basic blocking + technique (striking, breaking, throwing).

- Too Keom Sool (knife-throwing technique) ; basic training + knife-throwing.

- Too Seok Sool (stone-throwing technique) ; basic training + stone-throwing.

- Too Boon Sool (dish-throwing technique) ; basic training + dish-throwing.

- Too Sa Sool (rope-throwing technique) ; basic training + dish-throwing.