Taekwondo Programs Taekwondo, the most representative of Korean martial arts, is a sport that emphasizes a sense of morality, humility, and a respect for one’s opponent. It has become a globally-recognized sport through which practitioners can improve both their physical ability and mental strength. This martial art requires no specific weapons and teaches practitioners techniques for defense and offense without using weapons
|Program A||approx. 90 minutes||basic kicks, basic movements, mitt kicking, sparring, wood-breaking|
|Program B||approx. 90 minutes||opportunity to take part in and experience regular Taekwondo classes with the Korean students|
|approx. 90 minutes||basic kicks, basic movements, basic self-defense techniques, sparring, wood-breaking|
|Program D||approx. 2 hours||basic kicks, basic movements, mitt kicking, sparring, wood-breaking|
|Program E||approx. 3 hours||basic kicks, basic movements, poomsae (a set of offense and defense techniques for self-training), mitt kicking, sparring, self-defense techniques, wood-breaking|
* Programs A and D have similar contents, but vary in level of difficulty.
Last Updated on September 30, 2013