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Modern Taekwondo (Tae-Kwon-Do, Fist-Foot-Way) is a martial art originated from Korea (it is also sometimes spelled as Taegwondo) which was created by General Choi Hong Hi (who earned a 2nd dan in Shotokan Karate while a student in Japan) in the 1950's for Korean soldiers. Taekwondo is the combination of Korean martial arts that have exisited since at least 50BC and posesses elements of Karate and Kung Fu in it's early development. Taekwondo gives great emphasis on fast, amazing kicking techniques.  It is said that the jumping kicks that are the hallmark of Taekwondo were developed to kick mongal warriors of their horses.

Taekwondo is more of a long range fighting style, due to its use of more kicking than striking. Board breaking is used in belt grading in Taekwondo, it shows the strength of the techniques being taught.  The competition rules in Taekwondo do not allow the use of throws, holding or grappling. Protective gear is usually worn to allow contact with the body.

Taekwondo is popular all over the the world and is most likely the most widely practiced of the martial arts. Taekwondo is now recognised as an Olympic sport.

Interested in finding Taekwondo Schools near your Lawnton?  Martial Arts Australia is the best and most reliable way of finding Taekwondo instructors in your Lawnton area. Study the ancient art of Taekwondo with skilled instructors who are registered with the top industry body. Go through and review each school and acquire a free class pass or view the newest special offers from each school.




Taekwondo Schools near Lawnton

ShimJang Taekwondo Narangba

Taekwondo Lawnton

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Taekwondo is a dynamic Korean martial art combing Japanese and Chinese martial art and with other native Korean martial arts that were developing as early as 50BC. 

Modern Taeknowdo was developed as a military martial art in the 1940s and 50s by its founder Grandmaster Choi.  Choi had learned martial arts first in Japan, in a school of Daito-Ryu Aiki-Jujutsu, an ancient form of Jujutsu that was practiced mostly by Samurai.


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