Chicken Fight (Korea)

P.E. Multicultural Game (Korea) Terry Lee & Tim Lim



Name of Game: Chicken Fight (Dak Sa Um)

History and Country: Korea
The Korean people used to watch chicken fights, and learned how the chickens fought, someone decided to make this into a game.

How does this activity relate to the Culture of the country?
This activity is still played Korean Thanks giving day called Chu Suck.

Equipment needed: Nothing (Just your legs)

Time needed for activity: The teams playing can decide.

Rules/Instructions:

Chicken fight is a game that you have to fight as if you were a chicken.

  1. First separate in to two groups that are fair.
  2. You need to bend one leg up and hold it bent with your knee poking out.
  3. You attack with your bent knee.
  4. The aim is to knock the other people over, making both feet touch the ground
  5. The last person who is left with their knee bent, wins the game

This game is about strength speed, and also balance.. Order to stay alive you have to fight back.




This game is a really fun game and it is really simple, because you can play anywhere. As you can see in the video, you will find that they are trying to knock out the other people. One important thing is that you have to be careful not to hurt someone. So if you are interested in the game, please try it and enjoy the game!