tae kwon do
Tae Kwon Do (Taekwondo) is a Korean martial art and the national sport of South Korea . In Korean, tae means "to strike or break with foot"; kwon means "to strike or break with fist"; and do means "way," "method," or "art." Thus, taekwondo may be loosely translated as "the art of the foot and fist" or "the art of kicking and punching."
Famous practitioners of Tae Kwon Do: Adrian Paul, Allen Steen, Anderson Silva, Arlene Limas, Barry Harrell, Bas Rutten, Benny Urquidez, Billy Blanks, Byong Yu, Choi Hong Hi, Cung Le, Cynthia Rothrock, Dana Hee, Ernie Reyes Jr., Ernie Reyes Sr., Frank Massar, Gary Wasniewski, Gerald Okamura, Graciela Casillas, Hee Il Cho, Herb Perez, Jackie Chan, James Lew, Jean Claude Van Damme, Jhoon Rhee, Joe Hayes, John Chung, Jun Chong, Karen Sheperd, Keith Hirabayashi, Kim Ki Whang, Larry Lam, Mitchell Bobrow, Phillip Rhee, Pu Gill, Pu Gill Gwon, Sang Kee Paik, Skipper Mullins, Stephan Bonnar

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January 1988


Vol 14, Num 2

Tae Kwon Do

01/88 Combat

August 1973

Fighting Arts

Vol 1, Num 5

Tae Kwon Do

08/73 Fighting Arts

September 2004

Martial Arts Illustrated (UK)

Vol 17, Num 4

Tae Kwon Do Olympics

09/04 Martial Arts Illustrated (UK)

July 1991

Sport Karate Scene

Vol 1, Num 11

The British Tae Kwon Do Squad

07/91 Sport Karate Scene

September 1991

Sport Karate Scene

Vol 1, Num 12

Tae Kwon Do Wolrd Championships

09/91 Sport Karate Scene

December 1998

Tae Kwon Do & Korean Martial Arts

Vol 3, Num 11

Tae Kwon Do World Championships

12/98 Tae Kwon Do & Korean Martial Arts

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