WHAT IS TAE KWON DO?
Tae Kwon Do is an ancient system of self-defense in which individuals may use the entire body for protection of themselves and their loved ones. By incorporating a strict code of dicippline, perserverance, and integrity, Tae Kwon Do promotes good health, benevolence, and self-confidence.
HISTORY OF TAE KWON DO
Nearly 2,000 years ago the indigenous people of the Korean peninsula began to develop a form of combat to defend their country from tyranny and oppression. Not only a means of protection, this training was used as a tool to promote loyalty, respect and harmonious living. Through the centuries, the development of rigorous workouts combined with a philosophy of strength and kindness have become the source of inspiration and self-improvement for over 20 million people in 163 countries. Now so advanced, Tae Kwon Do is featured in the Olympics, yet continues to flourish with everyday men, women, boys and girls. Everyone is enjoying the world’s most popular martial art!.
PHILOSOPHY OF MIN HUR’S TAE KWON DO SCHOOL
Spreading the art of Tae Kwon Do is our No. 1 objective, for the challenge it offers builds enthusiasm into all aspects of life. Tae Kwon Do is philosophy in motion.
People of all ages and walks of life participate in Tae Kwon Do. Each one is like a member of a family where the more experienced are an example as well as helpers to other students. Each can contribute his/her own unique talent and personality. Who can study Taekwondo and what are its benefits?