Chon-ji of Tae Kwon Do Hyung

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Ohara Publications, 1970 - Sports & Recreation - 136 pages
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Jhoon Rhee has been called "The Father of American Tae Kwon Do" and holds the rank of seventh dan. He is internationally renowned and has instructed members of Congress. The chon-ji form is directed toward the beginning white belt. Applications are included with foot patterns, overhead views and one-step sparring.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
6
CHONJI HYUNG
14
APÉNDICES
61
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Taekwondo Basics
Scott Shaw
Limited preview - 2003

About the author (1970)

Rhee is perhaps the best known Tae Kwon Do practitioner in the United States. He introduced America to the Korean martial arts in 1956 and is recognized as the "Father of Tae Kwon Do" not only in the United States but also in the former Soviet Union.

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