Lee Kyu-Won’s Reverse Seoi (Front & Side View)

In this posting, we continue to examine the “Reverse Seoi” as done by South Korea’s 2009 World Champion, Lee Kyu-Won.

In the first example, he is seen throwing Takashi Ono of Japan with a perfect “Reverse Seoi-Otoshi” which would have scored ippon had the referee not called matte just as Lee began the technique. There was no score given but it does give us a clear front view of how the technique is done.

In the second example, we get a side view of Lee executing this technique against Ono. This time, the technique doesn’t work as smoothly and only a yuko is scored. Nevertheless, it gives a good perspective of how Lee twists and drops into the technique.

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One Response to Lee Kyu-Won’s Reverse Seoi (Front & Side View)

  1. @Judoker says:

    Thanks. I was wondering what that was.

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