Why should Taekwondo care about NCAA? What will NCAA do for Taekwondo? And what difference will it make anyway? Super easy answers but they need a lot of explanation… so easy just not straight forward.
Tae Kwon Do Dojang owners in Washington State have been fighting an oppressive tax on martial arts lessons in their state. This tax will impact many Dojangs in that state but sets a bad precedent for the entire country. A recent attempt to overturn the law was unsuccessful.
The readers of Tae Kwon Do Life Magazine have vote Tae Kwon Do: The Ultimate Reference Guide by Jon Gerrard, Yeon Hee Park, and Yeon Hwan Park was voted the most influential Tae Kwon Do book of the 20th Century.
A Movie review of the new film, The Real Miyagi, about Karate Master Fumio Demura.
Why I Like TaeKwonDo
One of the reasons I like TaeKwonDo is because it makes my busy schedule more fun. Also, my dad promised that when I become a black belt he would join TaeKwonDo with me. He was a TaeKwonDo teacher and taught part-time at a small TaeKwonDo summer school. He is a 3rd degree black belt! Even though we are both busy, we are going to try to come as often as we can so we can spend time together doing a sport we both love.
I also love TaeKwonDo because we have the world’s nicest teacher, Master Edward! He adds fun things while training us students. He turns board breaking into competitions and he lets us have sparring matches with other students. I started TaeKwonDo in Levittown but when we moved to Jericho I refused to change TaeKwonDo schools. But it is still a little far, but it is worth it to become a martial artist! All the instructors are AWESOME! I am proud to be a Korean doing a national Korean sport with other Korean and non-Korean teachers and students.
November 16, 2015– I just started Taekwondo and I love it. I love Taekwondo because it’s fun to kicking combos, blocks, and punches. Board breaking is really fun! The first time I broke a wooden board was my yellow belt test. I was very excited and proud.
My masters are great teachers. They are strong and kind. They show respect for everyone. They also teach us respect for each other and for Taekwondo. We show respect by bowing-in when we enter the Dojang. We also show respect by listening and paying attention to the masters. During lessons we always take time to honor our country by saying the Pledge of Allegiance.
I mostly love getting stripes in Taekwondo because it makes me feel happy getting stripes. It also makes me try harder to get the next belt. I love Taekwondo because it is fun and it is good for me.
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October 20, 2015– Jidokwan is one of the original nine schools of the modern Korean martial arts that became Taekwondo and was founded in what is now South Korea at the end of World War II. Its name translates as “School of Wisdom”. The Jidokwan in Korea still exists today. It functions as a social fraternal order. Jidokwan supports and endorses the Kukkiwon method of Taekwondo, and supports the WTF.
Are you a practitioner of Jidokwan Style of TKD? Tae Kwon Do Life Magazine is preparing a story on the 70th Anniversary of Jidokwon. We would love memories, stories, and photographs to celebrate this founding style. WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU:
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