History of taekwondo

History of taekwondo

Tae Kwon Do
Tae kwon do is a Korean martial art known for its focus on kicking; such as spinning kicks, jumping kicks, fast kicking, and head-level kicks. Tae kwon do was created in the 1940's and 1950's by martial artists in Korea with knowledge in martial arts like Chinese martial arts, karate, and native Korean martial arts traditionals like Subak, Taekkyeon, and Gwonbeop. The eldest system of definition for taekwondo is the KTA (Korea Taekwondo Association) that was made in 1959 through group efforts by people from the original nine Kwans (martial arts institutions) in Korea. The standard global organized systems for taekwondo in today's world are the ITF (International Taekwon-Do Federation) which was created by CHoi Hong Hi during 1966, and also the partnering of the WT (World Taekwondo) and Kukkiwon…
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