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 <대학공지>Tae Kwon Do
 Mr. Na    2010-06-29  2945
< Benefits >
  
  Physical fitness

  Self-defense

  Self-confidence

  Self-discipline

  Sense of respect (for yourself and for others)

  Medal opportunities abroad

  International success
  
      
   < Tae Kwon Do >

Tae means "to kick" or "to strike with foot," Kwon means "fist" or "to strike with the hand," and Do means "art," “method,” or "the way of kicking and punching."  Taken together, Tae Kwon Do means "the art of kicking and punching."  Tha is "the art of unarmed combat."

Tae Kwon Do is a unique martial art.  It incorporates both the quick, straight line movements that characterize the various Japanese system and the flowing circular movements of most Chinese styles.

But more than this, its varied and uniquely powerful kicking techniques are what truly distinguish Tae Kwon Do.

Tae Kwon Do, a Korean traditional martial art, is being practiced in more than 185 countries now.  The year 2007 was realized through the efforts of all Tae Kwon Do organization members.

The system of Tae Kwon Do techniques is comprised of Poomsae, basic movements, fighting skills, breaking skills, and self-defense skills.  No matter how strongly we emphasize the importance of pattern practice, it is not too much as it is an essential part in learning Tae Kwon Do techniques along with basic forms.

The current official Poomsae are those from Taegeuk 1 to Taegeuk 8 for nonblack belt holders and other ones for black belt holders such as Koryo, Keumgang, Taebaek, Pyongwon, Sipjin, Jitae, Chonkwon, Hansu, and Ilyeo.
  
    

   < Name and Title of Lecturer >
  
     Master Na Jeong Hwan

  

   < Schedules >

    Saturdays
    9:00 am-11:00 am
    1:00-3:00 pm


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