Download Martial Points - Korean apk 2.0 free for Android smartphone

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Martial Points - Korean

Posted by in Health & Fitness | Aug. 4, 2013 | 3 Comments

Apk file size: 8.0 MB

Looking for a pressure point chart for martial arts use? This interactive reference guide helps user to easily locate and learn about the major pressure points (acupoints) commonly used in many martial arts.

Find these pressure points / acupoints with ease, hear how to say their names in Korean, and learn the possible effects of each point when struck.

Pressure points can be quickly selected from the 3D model, or from the glossary list by their names. Each pressure point includes the following information:

Acupoint code
English name
Korean & Chinese names (character)
Korean pronunciation (audio) by native speaker
Meridian name
Pressure point category
Possible effects when struck

This is the ideal on-the-go, interactive, pressure point reference guide for martial artists. An easy to use and convenient tool to take along to seminars and to the martial art studio.

This app is created by the martial artists at Read more about this unique app at part of our Health & Fitness and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Aug. 4, 2013. Google play rating is 83.3333. Current verison is 2.0. Actual size 8.0 MB.

Download martial-points-korean.apk 8.0 MB


A Google User

Love it! Love the app, it has a wealth of very good and correct info, easy to use, but after a few days a message popped up saying this is not a liscensed app and that I should buy from market again. I uninstalled and reinstalled and works again. Please fix this bug I would hate to loose this app!

A Google User

Excellant Very usefull just needs to be userable offline

A Google User

Easy to use, Amazing graphics This app has been out for the iPhone for a while and has been quite popular. The interface is very easy to use. It contains the commonly used pressure points used in many martial arts. This version is particularly useful for Korean martial artists since you can listen to all the points' pronunciation by native Korean speaker. It's a handy tool to have for quick pressure points reference.

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