Presented by Ki-Young Jeon, Korea's Olympic and triple World Champion, this is a remarkable insight into the incredible success of the Korean men's team over the last ten years.
At the 2015 World Championships Korea's men's team placed second to Japan, with two gold medals and two bronze medals.
This very unusual cross sleeve variation of Kosoto gari can be absolutely deadly if mastered
Jeon demonstrates two beautiful variations of Kouchi makikomi; including one from a cross lapel grip. Also featured is how to make sure the technique is legal
This Sode tsurikomi goshi into Kouchi makikomi is one of Jeon's favourite combinations
This Uchimata gaeshi is the most commonly used counter-attack in Korean Judo
Jeon shows this amazing piece of Ashi waza that comes from a forward twitch
Jeon shows how to throw with a legal variation of Kata guruma. Also demonstrated at the end is an illegal version of the technique
This very unusual combination features a failed Yoko tomoe nage into a Kouchi makikomi
Jeon performs an interesting variation of the sacrifice throw, using both feet. This is a cross between a standard Tomoe nage and a Yoko tomoe nage
From a standard sleeve and lapel grip Jeon demonstrates a drop knee Tai otoshi
This very clever drop knee Tai otoshi is a great way to trick your opponent, as one hand grips your opponent's fingers
Jeon shows a lightening fast drop seoi nage that will take your opponent by surprise
For the first time - learn the incredible and world famous Korean reverse Seoi nage
Morote seoi nage is a Korean speciality. It's arguably the most commonly used technique in Korean Judo
Jeon shows how crucial it is to create space before throwing with Seoi nage
A clever way to create an opening for Seoi nage is by blocking your opponent's lapel grip and pushing your bum backwards.
Taking a left stance, Jeon shows how the Koreans like to switch to a right sided Kata eri seoi nage
Designed to catch your opponent off guard, Jeon demonstrates an incredible one handed variation of Seoi nage