Grand Master Robert J Howard

Grand Master Robert Howard
9th Degree Black Belt
President RITA
President of the
National Governing Body
for the ITF in Ireland

Welcome to the Republic of Ireland Taekwon-Do Association web site. The RITA was Established in 1972 to spread Taekwon-Do throughout Ireland. We are the National Governing Body for the International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF) in Ireland.

Contained within our site is all the latest news from Ireland and the ITF, Information for beginners, all relevant member forms to download and helpful reference material for Instructors and Students.

If you require further Information contact the National Secretary or visit your local Taekwon-Do School.

Upcoming Events
Master Floyd Keane Sparring Seminar

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National Umpire Course

The annual National Umpire Course is coming up soon. Full details & application forms are available below. Open to Black Belt 16 years and older.

Posted by Republic of Ireland Taekwon-Do Association on Wednesday, February 3, 2016

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Mr Konstanin Yurikov (Russia) Sparring Training Camp
Mr Konstanin Yurikov (Russia) Sparring Training Camp - 5th & 6th March 2016

This is a must for all serious RITA Black Belt & Colour Belt Squad members
Conducted by Mr Konstanin Yurikov (Russia) Multiple ITF World and European Champion

Saturday 5th, Sunday 6th March 2016
(Saturday 10 am to 4 pm, Sunday 10 am to 4 pm)
Venue: St Joseph’s School for the Deaf, Navan Rd, Dublin 7.

This training camp is only open to All RITA Black Belts & members of the RITA Colour belt squad.

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Recent News
Good day for RITA Colour Belt Squad at the National Championships

Congratulations to the RITA’s colour belt squad members who performed so well at the INTA’s National Championships in the NBA, Dublin.

The squad of 20 performed well across patterns, sparring and special technique and reaped the rewards of their hard training.  It was nice to see that the squad members putting their training (with coach Mr Fox) into practice. Senior Master Howard and Mr Leon McSherry were stand-in coaches on the day and helped to steer the young competitors through many rounds and into the medal places. The message of the day was “give a good performance and the medals will follow”, and they did indeed, 24 in total.  Some won medals and some didn’t, but the overall their coaches were happy with the performances and effort showed by all the RITA competitors. Thanks to Master O’Doherty for umpiring during the event.

The event attracted 450 competitors from across Ireland and further afield and there was some good talent on display. The RITA would like to thank Senior Master O’Toole, Senior Master Douglas and Mr Jeroen  Wezelman for the warm welcome and well organised competition.

Next trip for the CBS is to The Netherlands for the Open Taekyon toernooi  on the 29th of November.
Results from the INTA National Championships

There are more photos over on our Facebook page

First Name


Belt Colour


Ciara Melay Red Gold Sparring
Maebh Keogh Green Bronze Sparring
Eilish Keogh Blue Gold Sparring
Aine Curtin Blue Gold Sparring
Queenie Loo Green Bronze Sparring
Michaela Phelan Green Bronze Sparring
Muireann Shortiss Day Green Silver Sparring
Abbie O'Neill Red Bronze Patterns
Anna Fleming Green Bronze Patterns
Shane Rice Green Gold Patterns, Bronze Sparring
Eoin McLoughlin Blue Bronze Sparring
Finn Howard Blue Silver Spatterns, Bronze Sparring
Max Cleary Blue Gold Patterns
Trivo Tijanic Blue Gold Sparring, Gold Special Technique
Wayne Gill-O'Loughlin Red Bronze Patterns
Cillian Ward Yellow Bronze Patterns, Bronze Sparring
Philip Kinsella Red Gold Sparring, Silver Patterns
Darragh Power Blue Silver Sparring, Bronze Patterns
Black Belt Grading

The RITA would like to congratulate everyone on successfully passing the Black Belt Grading today. Well done on your promotions!

Promoted to 1st Degree Black Belt

Mr Rama Block Stillorgan Taekwon-Do School
Mr Jason Zaidan Stillorgan Taekwon-Do School
Mr Andrew Johnson Galway Taekwon-Do School
Mr Grzegorz Jacak Carrick-on-Suir Taekwon-Do School

Promoted to 4th Degree Black Belt
Mr Martin Mahoney Galway Taekwon-Do School

Promoted to 5th Degree Black Belt
Mr Leon Mc Sherry GM Howard's Dojang

World Championships Report

The historic town of Plovdiv in Bulgaria was host to the 19th ITF World Championships & 25th Congress and for the Irish delegation it was a momentous occasion with awards and promotions. To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Taekwon-Do the ITF chose to honor sixty people from around the world for their contributions and loyalty to General Choi's ITF. RITA/NGB President Grandmaster Robert Howard, RITA/NGB Vice president Senior Master Anthony Phelan, Senior Master Francis Barrett and RITA National Secretary Master Valerie Keane were all presented with awards by the outgoing ITF President Prof. Chang Ung. Then it was announced that Master Robert Howard was promoted to 8th Dan Senior Master. Next Mr Donal O'Doherty was given permission by the ITF to grade for his 7th Dan Master which he successfully did under Senior Grandmaster Hwang and Senior Grandmaster Kim at a special Masters Grading after Congress. Congratulations to the new Senior Master Howard and Master O'Doherty! Also the ITF elected a new President with Master Ri Yong Son taking over from Prof. Chang Ung and it was announced that the 20th World Championships would be held in Pyongyang, DPRK in 2017 with Andria, Italy being chosen to host the Junior & Veteran Worlds in 2016.

87 Countries took part in the festival of Taekwon-Do that is the World Championships and the event was the first to be held in the brand new Velodrome arena. There was also a special treat for everyone when the Team Sparring Finals were held outside in the amazing 2000 year old ancient amphitheater with Senior Master Howard and Master Floyd Keane being selected to umpire at the live televised event. Senior Master Francis Barrett, Master Donal O'Doherty and Ms Deborah Manning also umpired throughout the Championships and were selected for many of the Finals. During the Opening Ceremony Grandmaster Howard was presented with an award by the host country.

Representing Ireland as competitors were Mr Leon McSherry from Grandmaster Howard's Dojang and Mr Martin Mahoney from Galway with Master Stephen Doyle as Coach. Mr McSherry was fulfilling a lifelong ambition to compete at the adult World Championships and after his bronze at the Euros in April there was high hopes of progressing through a few rounds in the 4th Dan Patterns Division. Unfortunately in a very talented section he was handed a tough draw of Ukraine in the first round. After a close first pattern he was just pipped in the designated pattern losing out by a few points to the Ukrainian. Mr Mahoney had a solid start to the 3rd Dan Patterns division with a win over Canada. He then lost by a narrow margin to the Czech in the next round. Mr Mahoney then was drawn against Bulgaria in the toughest quarter of a huge -71kg Sparring Division which included the European Champion, North Korea and nine Europeans! After the first round there was only a couple of points between the two but during the second round the Bulgarian cheered on by the huge home crowd scored some decisive points to take the match. Both Mr McSherry and Mr Mahoney showed good improvements from the Euros in April and their hard training and dedication was appreciated by the National coach.

Next up for the Irish Team is the 4 Nations on Saturday 28th November in Liverpool. All eligible Black Belts are encouraged to attend the next squad selection as without support there can be no Teams.



The Amazing Ancient Amphitheatre


ITF Award for RITA members

On the 11th April 1955 General Choi introduced Taekwon-Do to the World, as we continue to celebrate the 60th Anniversary, Professor Chang Ung ITF President, nominated & highly recommended by General Choi to take his place as ITF President after his death in 2002, has selected 60 Loyal, dedicated & true Martial Artists & followers of General Choi's wishes from around the world, to a very special awards ceremony at the ITF World Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, in August 2015.

The RITA are honoured to be recognised by the ITF with 4 of the 60 selected members are humbled to accept this invitation, Grandmaster Robert Howard, RITA/NGB President,Senior Master Anthony Phelan, NGB Vice President/ Treasurer, Senior Master Francis Barrett & Master Valerie Keane NGB National Secretary.

Tigers and Dragons Course

Participants at the RITA's level D instructors course today at the Lucan Spa hotel. The course covered all aspects of...

Posted by Republic of Ireland Taekwon-Do Association on Sunday, 14 June 2015
ITF International Technical Seminar with Senior Master Barrett

The June bank holiday weekend saw Cork host to an extremely enjoyable three day International Technical Seminar conducted by Senior Master Francis Barrett 8th Degree. The event drew Masters, Instructors and Black Belts from all over the RITA plus guests from Albania.

Day one and two was dedicated to all 24 ITF Tuls created by General Choi. With over forty years experience SM Barrett has great knowledge of the techniques in the patterns and explained in great detail the applications of those movements.

On day three Senior Master Barrett concentrated on step sparring and self defence applications of fundamental movements from the patterns. The seminar finished with an exchange of ideas on the similarities between the RITA's Taekwon-Do knife self defence and Krav Maga. SM Barrett gave Mr. Caushi Bujar Ari from Albania a 6th degree in Taekwon-Do and 3rd degree in Krav Maga a chance to demonstrate some knife defence moves.

The relaxed atmosphere, vast pool of knowledge and practical applications made it a very enjoyable weekend for all the students. Thanks to SM Barrett for the great instruction and Mr. Donal O'Doherty for hosting an excellent weekend.

Conducted by Senior Master Francis Barrett VIII Dan

Posted by Republic of Ireland Taekwon-Do Association on Friday, 5 June 2015

Bronze Medal at the Euros

Congratulations to Mr Leon McSherry who won bronze at the European Championships in Italy. After his Bronze medal in 2014 he was seeded into the quarter-finals where he faced Sweden. In an impressive display which included the technically difficult Juche as a designated pattern he beat the Swede 5-0. Mr. McSherry then faced Greece in the Semi but just lost out in a very tight match.

The morning session at day one of the euros saw our three juniors in action in their pattern divisions. Caoimhe Keogh had a win against Spain but narrowly lost to England in the quarters of the II dan division. Hannah Eade beat Bulgaria then lost out to Russia by a point on the judges scorecards in the I Dan division. Shane Grehan had a tough start to his first Euros by losing out to the Czech in the I Dan section. The afternoon session saw the adults competing in patterns where Mr Patrick Choi lost out in the quarter finals of the II Dan patterns to the Czech after beating Latvia and Mr Martin Mahoney lost out to Wales in the III Dan section. It was the first time the patterns scores were displayed on the ring screens which showed how close international competition is.

On day two of the euros there was heartbreak for Shane Grehan in the sparring, after being awarded a win against Bulgaria in a tough fight which went 3 rounds it was then declared a draw following a protest by the Bulgarians for an incorrect warning. There was then a further 6 minutes of golden point sparring where both fighters thought they had it until the Bulgarian finally got two judges decisions to end it. Hannah Eade also had a battle with a Bulgarian in her first bout but after leading during round 1 she narrowly lost out in the end in a spar that could have gone either way. Later Caoimhe Keogh and Mr Mahoney lost tough bouts against Greece and England respectively that gave them valuable ring experience for the future.

The Juniors of Shane, Hannah and Caoimhe at their first black belt Euros showed they belong on the international stage and the future of the RITA National Team looks bright.

With ITF England's successful bid for the 2017 Euros in Liverpool it will be an exciting opportunity for us to send a large team. We hope that some of the colour belt squad will be able to travel with the Black Belt Squad to the Euros in Thessaloniki, Greece next year to compete in the Child section (10-13 years) as red belts then move in to the Junior (14-15, 16-17) division as black belts for 2017. Competing at this level requires a lot of dedication but the RITA coaches will offer all the support and training possible plus watch out for special training sessions with International coaches/competitors. Remember the Euros has Child, Junior, Adult and Veteran divisions so age is no barrier to compete. We will be looking at all the members who show potential at squad training and competitions so make sure you attend!

We would like to thank The Audi Centre ( for their kind sponsorship donation.

Irish Squad travel to the European Championships

We would like to wish the Irish Squad the best of luck at the EITF European Championships. The team head off on Monday to compete against Europe's best at the Championships in Andria, Italy. The squad will be accompanied by the National Coach Master Stephen Doyle and by the EITF selected Umpires Master Robert Howard, Master Floyd Keane and Mr. Donal O'Doherty.

Representing Ireland will be:
Mr. Leon McSherry (GM Howards Taekwon-Do​)
Mr. Martin Mahoney Galway Taekwon-Do School​
Mr. Patrick Choi Carrick-on-Suir Taekwon-Do School​)
Ms. Caoimhe Keogh (Galway Taekwon-Do School)
Ms. Hannah Eade (Carrick-on-Suir Taekwon-Do School)
Mr. Shane Grehan (Carrick-on-Suir Taekwon-Do School)

We would like to thank The Audi Centre ( for their kind sponsorship donation.

RITA 2015 Female Training

Master Valerie Keane VII Degree conducted the annual Female Training, hosted by Ms Therese McGrath (Instructor Tuam...

Posted by Republic of Ireland Taekwon-Do Association on Sunday, 26 April 2015
New Umpires all set for ITF-Ireland Cup

Congratulations to all the black belts who passed the recent RITA National Umpire course. The course was hosted by Dublin North East Taekwon-Do School in Donneycarney, and conducted by Master Robert Howard and Master Mark O’Donnell of the RITA’s Umpire Committee.

The course covered all aspects of judging national Taekwon-Do competitions; patterns, sparring, power and special technique. The day balanced presentations, interactive scoring, discussion, and practical experience, and saw all the umpires converge to a common consensus in scoring patterns and sparring. The relaxed atmosphere was evident in the open discussions and opinions from experienced and novice umpires alike.

The newly qualified umpires are now ready to put their new skills to use at the upcoming ITF-Ireland Cup on the 11th April. The tournament will be an extra special day as we will be celebrating Taekwon-Do 60th birthday.


Name School National Umpire level Certificate Number
Tim Collins Galway A 15-UA-01
Martin Mahoney Galway A 15-UA-02
Nathan Fox Stillorgan C 15-UC-01
Chris Gaffney Dublin North East C 15-UC-02
Fergal Hennigan Stillorgan C 15-UC-03
Aidan Kelly St Marks C 15-UC-04
Caoimhe Keogh Galway C 15-UC-05
Dara Keogh Galway C 15-UC-06
Laura Keogh Galway C 15-UC-07
Niamh Keogh Galway C 15-UC-08
John Malone GM Howard’s C 15-UC-09
Brian Murray Blessington C 15-UC-10
Paul Murphy Dublin North East C 15-UC-11
Pat Walsh Dublin North East C 15-UC-12
Colour Belt Development Squad Success at English Open

Students from St. Marks got to meet Grandmaster Howard and Senior Master Phelan after the black belt class.

Congratulations to the members of the RITA’s Colour Belt Development Squad who performed so well at last weekend’s UKTA’s English Open Championships in Guildford. The 13 students from Carrick-on-Suir, Grandmaster Howard’s Taekwon-Do School, Kilmacow and Stillorgan gave some great performances and brought home a total of 22 medals. The medals were across all three events; patterns, sparring and special technique.

All the students did themselves and their coach (Mr Adam Fox) proud and moved their performance up a level on the day. ‘They all listened to their instructions and often had to did deep to win. The sections were big, and it was great that they got 3 or 4 rounds of experience before reaching the medals’ said Mr Fox.
‘It is great that many of them are still only 11 and 12 years old and that they are prepared to work hard and make sacrifices to improve’ he added.
Three members of Ireland’s national black belt squad were also in action on the weekend and picked up 2 silvers and a bronze in patterns and sparring. The competition will help prepare them for the up coming European Championships in Italy.
But as we know Taekwon-Do is more than about winning medals. It is about self-improvement and moral development. This is best summed up by what Mr Fox said to the squad at the end of the successful day. ‘What made me happy today was that the umpires and officials complimented you on your courtesy, respect and politeness. Your hard work, training and desire to be better were evident in your performances today. The medals were a bonus’
Mr Fox would like to thank all the parents who helped him by supporting and encouraging their children during the trip and over the months of preparation. He would also like to thank the tournament organiser Mr David Norris and the UKTA members for their hospitality and warm welcome over the weekend, and for hosting a tournament of the highest standard. Finally thanks to Master Howard and the National Team black belts who shared their experience and coaching skills with the squad members on the day


Abbie O’Neill (Carrick-on-Suir)
Bronze Patterns
Andrew Loo (Carrick-on-Suir) Bronze Sparring, Bronze Special Technique
Ciara Melay (Kilmacow) Bronze Sparring
Darragh Power (Carrick-on-Suir) Gold Sparring
Emmet O’Rourke (Grandmaster Howard’s) Gold Sparring, Bronze Special Technique
Eoin McLoughlin (Grandmaster Howard’s) Gold Special Technique, Silver Sparring
Finn Howard (Grandmaster Howard’s) Gold Special Technique, Silver Sparring
Grzegorz Jacak  (Carrick-on-Suir) Gold Patterns
Jason Zaidan (Stillorgan) Gold Patterns, Gold, Sparring, Silver Special Technique
Joyce Yu (Grandmaster Howard’s) Bronze Sparring
Max Cleary (Grandmaster Howard’s) Gold Sparring, Bronze Patterns
Sofia Hu (Grandmaster Howard’s) Gold Sparring, Silver Special Technique
Trivo Tijanic (Carrick-on-Suir) Gold Sparring, Silver Special Technique

Black Belt

Leon McSherry (Grandmaster Howard’s)
Silver Patterns
Martin Mahoney (Galway) Silver Sparring
Patrick Choi (Carrick-on-Suir) Bronze Patterns
Black Belt class in St. Marks

Students from St. Marks got to meet Grandmaster Howard and Senior Master Phelan after the black belt class.

St. Marks Taekwon-Do School were host to Ireland's two most Senior Instructors last weekend when Grandmaster Robert Howard, 9th Degree Black belt, and Senior Master Anthony Phelan, 8th Degree Black belt, conducted a class for the RITA Black Belts. Those attending came from Cork, Galway, Wexford, Tipperary, Kildare, Wicklow and Dublin. After Mr. Martin Murphy, 6th Degree Black belt, had warmed everyone up Grandmaster Howard went through some kicking drills designed to loosen up the hips and legs. Then all the black belt patterns were covered from 1st to 6th Degree. The final part of the session covered the different aspects of sparring which included 3 Step, 2 Step, 1 Step, Semi free, free sparring and finally tournament sparring combinations.

At the end of the class some of the younger members of St. Marks were allowed to watch on in awe at the high kicks on show and they got to meet Grandmaster Howard and Senior Master Phelan which caused some excitement!

Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the class and it was an honour to be taught by Instructors with over 40 years experience.

World Championships Information

European Championships Squad Selected
New classes in Oranmore, Galway

Black Belt Certificates

RITA President Grandmaster Robert Howard 9th Degree presented two Carrick-on-Suir members with their ITF Dan Certs at the AGM. Mr Patrick Choi was presented with his 2nd Degree Black Belt Cert and Mr Eanna Hardesty received his 1st Degree Certificate. Congratulations to both!

Mr Patrick Choi  
Mr Eanna Hardesty  
2014 Irish Open

Congratulations to all the participants of the 2014 Irish Open. The two day celebration of Taekwon-Do saw competitors from all the RITA Schools (including our friends from the INTA and Irish ITF Academy) battle it out for the title of National Champion. The RITA Masters Council would like to congratulate Mr Richard Barber, Ms Linda Kenrick and the Tournament Committee on hosting a great event and all the Umpires for making sure it ran smoothly. Below you will find photos of all the winners and action shots from both days thanks to Mr Gerard Byrne. We hope to see everyone at the 2015 ITF Ireland Cup which will be hosted by St. Marks Taekwon-Do School on 11th April.




Historic agreement between ITF and WTF signed

The ITF and WTF have signed a historic argeement which is great news for our international competitors. As NGB for the ITF in Ireland we can now look forward to exciting developments including the chance of Olympic qualifying for our members and participation at WTF international competitions. With our WTF friends now being able to take part in ITF World and European events there will be even greater competition for places so start training harder! To read a copy of the agreement click HERE

Dear all ITF NGBs,
Dear friends and colleagues,

I herewith send to your address the whole integral part of Protocol of Accord in its original version bilaterally signed by WTF President and ITF President and vice-versa, in Nanjing, China on 21st August 2014 under the presence of Dr. Thomas Bach, IOC President.
Words and expressions are lacking to interpret the historical significance of this monumental achievement. As first step taken, many tasks are ahead urging all of us to be more dynamic in our commitment, incarnation of 5 tenets of Taekwon-Do.

With best regards, I remain
Sincerely yours

Professor. Kim Sung Hwan
ITF Secretary General (EB Member)
Draugasse 3
1210 Vienna, Austria
Mobile:+43 699 112 243 33
Tel:        +43 1 292 84 67
Fax:       +43 1 292 55 09

RITA YouTube Channel

RITA YouTube

Check out our YouTube channel for all the recent media appearances for the 40th Anniversary plus some vintage films from the last 40 years! Also in the playlists section you can view some International Tournaments. Videos are regularly added.

RITA 40th Anniversary featured in the National Media

The 3rd and 4th of May was a busy time for the RITA as we were featured on RTE, TV3, Today FM, 98 FM plus the Irish Times and Irish Daily Mail newspapers!

First off was the feature in the Irish Daily Mail about the Three Generations of the Howard family. Click here to view a scan on our facebook page.

Next was Grand Master Howard, Senior Master Phelan and Master Howard on Dermot & Dave, Dublin’s 98FM doing a live interview & tile breaking. Click here to view the video

Friday started with an appearance on TV3's Ireland AM with First Grand Master Rhee breaking a brick live. Click here to view it on the TV3 website. There are also a couple of photos on our Facebook page

Then it was on to RTE to record a piece for the 6.1 News news. Click here to view the video on our YouTube page.

It was a quick photshoot for the Irish Times then it was off to Today FM for an interview with Matt Cooper for the Last Word. Click here to view that video.

The RITA would like to thank the Senior members who gave up their time to help out.


RITA Celebrating 40 Years

The RITA Would like to thank Mr. Gerard Byrne for designing our 40th Anniversary logo. His hard work is very much appreciated. We would like all our Schools to use it in promotional material so if you require a high resolution copy for print please contact Mr Doyle.

Also as part of the 40th Anniversary we will be uploading Photos and Videos from the last 40 years with some special ones to come soon. In the meantime have a look at the video from our 25th Anniversary back in 1997 and see if you recognise some young faces! Apologese for the quality as its from a very well used VHS.

Check out the Youtube and Facebook pages for more

Grand Master Robert J Howard

RITA President promoted to Grandmaster

Senior Master Robert J. Howard, was promoted to Taekwon-Do Grandmaster, 9th degree black belt, at the 17th ITF World Championships in Pyongyang, North Korea. 

Grandmaster Howard received his new rank (Sasung, Korean for Grandmaster) from the president of the International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF), Professor Chang Ung, at the 17th World Championships. The RITA’s president has just returned from the North Korean capital city and his family and students throughout Ireland are already celebrating the fantastic news. He is the first European to be promoted by the Professor Chang Ung and the ITF and, according to the ITF’s website (, makes him the 8th worldwide. Also promoted in North Korea to the coveted rank of Grandmaster was Senior Master Phap Lu (Canada), SM Hwang (ITF and Czech technical director), SM Kim (Technical director to Bulgaria).

On his promotion Grandmaster Howard said "I'm so honoured to be promoted to Grandmaster by the ITF. When I started in Taekwon-Do back in the sixties I never thought I’d be still training today, and still with my original instructor First Grandmaster Rhee Ki Ha. Perseverance is one of General Choi’s five tenets and I’ve always tried to live by them.’


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Squad Training
ITF Ireland Team

Carlow Taekwon-Do School will host the next squad training on Saturday 1-4pm.

Training is open to all red belts and above so come along to try out or just for some extra tournament practice.

For more information please contact the National Coach Master Doyle. Email

Colour Belt Squad

With the European Taekwon-Do Championships 2017 being in Liverpool we are looking for the next stars of Irish Taekwon-Do to represent your country at the highest level. The colour belt squad is specifically designed to spot potential talent and give young competitors invaluable experience before they move up to black belt. There are places up for grabs for the 2016 Euros for 10-13 red belts so make sure you attend and catch the coaches attention!

This training is open to all RITA colour belts, male and female, junior and senior including veterans. For more information please contact Mr Adam Fox Coach on 0864172569 (

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In Memoriam

Gen Choi Hong Hi
Founder of Taekwon-Do
1918 - 2002
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