SunDo had flourished in the Northeast part of Asia where the ancient Korean nations were located until Buddhism and other religious teachings became the dominant culture. When SunDo flourished, it was said that all of the prominent kings, scholars, politicians and warriors were raised by SunDo practice. Over time, SunDo became less and less popular as people avoided the painstaking practice to develop the body and mind. As SunDo practice neared extinction in human society, the teachers of SunDo gathered a few students and retreated to the mountains to preserve the practice.
In the year 1967, a SunDo Grand Master, ChungSan, finally came down from the mountains after 20 years of SunDo practice. After hundreds of years of secluded practice, the grand masters in the mountains finally decided it was time to reveal the secrets of SunDo to the modern world for the benefit of all human kind