Lee Kyu-Won’s Reverse Seoi — Double Stab (Part 1)

In this sequence, we see “Reverse Seoi” specialist, Lee Kyu-Won of South Korea, attempting his famous technique twice in a row (one after another). This is sometimes referred to as a “double stab”. In this case, his first attack did not achieve sufficient rotation (which is necessary for this technique). Instead of abandoning the technique, he gets up and immediately launches into another “Reverse Seoi” straight away, and this time, it works!

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One Response to Lee Kyu-Won’s Reverse Seoi — Double Stab (Part 1)

  1. judo throws says:

    Good article, keep the good work up 🙂

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