A “Master” is a a teacher of “Black Belts”.
One of the qualifications to be a “Kwang Jang” is that the person dedicated most of his /her adult life to the art of teaching TaeKwonDo as a career.
The TaeKwonDo term Pa’doe means “sit down”.
A “Kwan Jang” is the highest position anyone can receive in the art and science of TaeKwonDo.
The U.S. Chung Do Kwan Association was founded in 1967.
Poomse simply means “forms”
Com’mult means to “line up and adjust your uniform”.
The Grandmaster and Kwan Jang’ of the World Chung Do Kwan Association is the Honorable Un Kyu Uhm, who resides in Seoul, Korea.
A Master is a teacher of Black Belts.
A simple English translation of a Kwan’Jang is Grand Master.
A “Dee” is a term used for uniform.
Yuk’jin Shult means “Parade Rest”
The U.S. Chung Do Kwan President moved the Headquarters Office to Lakeland, Florida in 1969.
A Master must be at least 4th Degree Black Belt and must meet other specific requirements according to USCDKA rules.
Grandmaster Sell started the U.S. Chung Do Kwan Association by opening his first school in a small town outside of Detroit, Michigan.