In Search Of A Grand Master
by Master Kevin May
A group of instructors were shocked to find out how much of the Art of Tae Kwon Do was not being taught to them by their Master when they went in search of a Grand Master.

Tae Kwon Do: Setting The Example
by Master John McDowell
In today's society with its changing values, many young people often find themselves without guidance. One Master suggests how to help avert the possibility of our young being mislead.

Suk-Dal: Striving For Perfection
by Grand Master James S. Benko, Ph.D.
Tae Kwon Do training stresses reaching for perfection, not just in the dojang, but in everyday life. Grand Master Benko shares a moment from the past.

In Nae: Perseverance
by Grand Master James S. Benko, Ph.D.
When we hear of the suffering others endure, our problems may not seem too great. A touching look at how one woman persevered in the face of countless hardships.

The Korean Ji Pang E (Cane)
by Grand Master James S. Benko, Ph.D.
This simple walking aid can was turn into one of the most effective weapons ever to be used for self-defense. Learn more about the history and techniques of this unique self-defense tool.

Tae Kwon Do: The Metamorphosis
by Sun Hee Kim
Learn how Tae Kwon Do changes a quiet and shy young man into a confident Tae Kwon Do instructor others model themselves after. Follow him from first day in class to becoming a Tae Kwon Do instructor and leader.

The Korean Jung Bong (Middle Staff)
by Grand Master James S. Benko, Ph.D.
The Jung Bong (Middle Staff) was used in several different ways throughout Korean history. The illusive maneuvers of the Jung Bong's defenses may be applied to all types of martial arts training.

Kwan Jyel Sul (Joint Manipulation)
by Grand Master James S. Benko, Ph.D.
Kwan jyel sul can be found in many forms of the martial arts; chin-na, aikido, karate, jujitsu, judo, ninjitsu, TaeKwon-Do, hapkido, hwa rang do, yudo, kuk sool won, yu sool, and many other styles.

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