Taekwondo Officer Guards Korean President. NYPD Detective, and TKD master, MyungsunThorsten, was assigned to escort the Korean President.
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2020 International Taekwondo Day Celebration Message
September 3, 2020 (NYC)– Friday September 4, 2020 is International Taekwondo Day. We have compiled some messages from our Taekwondo Family. From Grandmaster YH Park in NY to Master Monsour del Rosario of the Philippines, as well as from Taekwondowon and World Taekwondo in Korea … Continue reading 2020 International Taekwondo Day Celebration Message
IOC Teleconference Includes Global Condemnation of Racism
IOC Teleconference Includes Global Condemnation of Racism @iocmedia
The Legacy of Yeon Hee Park (Episode 53)
The Legacy of Yeon Hee Park (Episode 53) @Flushing_Bank #YeonHeePark #Taekwondo #YHParkTKD #Levittownmartialarts
“Age is Just a Number” with Angelo Bonilla
Age is just a number. This is the philosophy of 67 year old, 3rd Dan Black Belt, Angelo Bonilla. Bonilla, born and raised in New York City, went on to become a NYC bilingual education teacher with the NYC Public School system in 1986. It … Continue reading “Age is Just a Number” with Angelo Bonilla
Taekwondo Day Celebrated at Citifield
Taekwondo Day Celebrated at Citifield.
The Passing of Great Grandmaster Yeon Hee Park
The Passing of Great Grandmaster Yeon Hee Park.
NYC Council Honors Grandmaster YH Park
Council Member Mathieu Eugene is pleased to join Speaker Corey Johnson to honor Taekwondo Grandmaster Yeon Hwan Park with a Proclamation from the New York City Council for his extraordinary achievements in Taekwondo as a teacher, mentor, and coach.
Taekwondo Dignitaries Tour New York
Last week, Taekwondowon’s official Acting Secretary General, Kim Byung Yong, Assistant Kim Yong and Kim Jin Hong visited New York as part of a mission to educate the Taekwondo Community about Muju’s Taekwondo Mecca
The Most Influential Tae Kwon Do Book of the 20th Century is…
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.