The reverse seoi-nage is one of the hottest trends in world judo today. As its name implies, it is derived from a seoi-nage movement.
However it results in uke being thrown to the "wrong side" or sometimes even to the back.
In the early days, it was often referred to as the "Korean seoi-nage" because it was associated with Olympic Champion Choi Min-Ho (KOR) who started using this technique in the early 2000's.
In this Superstar Judo feature, Olympic and triple World Champion Jeon Ki-Young demonstrates exactly how the South Koreans do it.
And the end of the feature we have a special compilation video of several South Korean champions doing this technique in competition.
Read the feature article in the JudoCrazy E-mag.
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