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Grandmaster Kyong H. Kim Grandmaster

Grandmaster Kyong H. Kim is well known by Taekwondo competitors of World Champion level for his dedication to develop Taekwondo academically and technically throughout the world. He takes great pride in passing his knowledge of Taekwondo to all his students as well as all other Taekwondo students across the world; helping to build self confidence, strength, and stamina in all his students both young and old. Grandmaster Kim has served as an 2000 Sydney Olympic Official delagate, the United National Team Head Coach, U.S. national Collegiate Team Head Coach(2000-2009) as well as Korean National Championship Team Head Coach.

He was born and learned Taekwondo in Korea and he won many championship titles & Medals: Korean Olympic Festival Regionals(Chun Book). Korean National Collegiate Championships, Korean Odo Kwan National Championshps, Korean National Correctional Officer Championships & Korean national Championships, International Games etc. He majored in Taekwondo at Yong In University(former Judo College), a 4 year college, which is the most famous athletic college in Korea. He transferred to Kyonggi University after he was discovered by a Taekwondo scout and later graduated from there. He started teaching Taekwondo as an instructor when he was 17 years old and he continued to teach Taekwondo in a private school, public school and in the Korean army.

He came to the United States in the Fall of 1992 with a 5th degree black belt. Now he is 8th Degree Black belt candidate of WTF. He majored in Education at New York City University. He taught college students Taekwondo as the Director of Queen’s College Sports Academy from 1995 to 1998. He opened schools in West Long Branch and Wall Township in 1997.

Accomplishments:

  • 2000-2009 USA National Team Coach
  • 2009 World Universiade Games (Serbia-Belgrade) -USA National Team Head Coach
  • 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics – USA Team Official Delegate
  • 6th World Championship – USA Team Head Coach
  • XII Pan Am Taekwondo Game – USA Team Head Coach
  • USA National Collegiate T.K.D Association – Coach and Education Chairman
  • XII Pan Am T.K.D. Game – The Best Coach Award (Aruba)
  • Author of Olympic Taekwondo Book
  • The only Olympic style team head coach in Monmouth County
  • W.T.F. 7th degree black belt
  • New York City University (CUNY) Sports Academy Martial Arts Director for 5 years
  • Only Official USA National Team & College Team Head Coach in Monmouth County
  • Atlantic invitational Taekwondo Championships: Founder & Director since 1999
  • 2014 US National Breaking Champion Colorado Springs Training Center

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Grandmaster Kyong H. Kim Grandmaster

Grandmaster Kyong H. Kim is well known by Taekwondo competitors of World Champion level for his dedication to develop Taekwondo academically and technically throughout the world. He takes great pride in passing his knowledge of Taekwondo to all his students as well as all other Taekwondo students across the world; helping to build self confidence, strength, and stamina in all his students both young and old. Grandmaster Kim has served as an 2000 Sydney Olympic Official delagate, the United National Team Head Coach, U.S. national Collegiate Team Head Coach(2000-2009) as well as Korean National Championship Team Head Coach.

He was born and learned Taekwondo in Korea and he won many championship titles & Medals: Korean Olympic Festival Regionals(Chun Book). Korean National Collegiate Championships, Korean Odo Kwan National Championshps, Korean National Correctional Officer Championships & Korean national Championships, International Games etc. He majored in Taekwondo at Yong In University(former Judo College), a 4 year college, which is the most famous athletic college in Korea. He transferred to Kyonggi University after he was discovered by a Taekwondo scout and later graduated from there. He started teaching Taekwondo as an instructor when he was 17 years old and he continued to teach Taekwondo in a private school, public school and in the Korean army.

He came to the United States in the Fall of 1992 with a 5th degree black belt. Now he is 8th Degree Black belt candidate of WTF. He majored in Education at New York City University. He taught college students Taekwondo as the Director of Queen’s College Sports Academy from 1995 to 1998. He opened schools in West Long Branch and Wall Township in 1997.

Accomplishments:

  • 2000-2009 USA National Team Coach
  • 2009 World Universiade Games (Serbia-Belgrade) -USA National Team Head Coach
  • 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics – USA Team Official Delegate
  • 6th World Championship – USA Team Head Coach
  • XII Pan Am Taekwondo Game – USA Team Head Coach
  • USA National Collegiate T.K.D Association – Coach and Education Chairman
  • XII Pan Am T.K.D. Game – The Best Coach Award (Aruba)
  • Author of Olympic Taekwondo Book
  • The only Olympic style team head coach in Monmouth County
  • W.T.F. 7th degree black belt
  • New York City University (CUNY) Sports Academy Martial Arts Director for 5 years
  • Only Official USA National Team & College Team Head Coach in Monmouth County
  • Atlantic invitational Taekwondo Championships: Founder & Director since 1999
  • 2014 US National Breaking Champion Colorado Springs Training Center

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Senior Instructor Evan Henry Instructor

Master Evan Henry started learning Taekwondo in 2002 at age 11 with Grandmaster Kyong H. Kim. He is a W.T.F. 4th degree Black Belt and part time master instructor assisting Grandmaster Kim in many of his classes.

Accomplishments:

  • Captain of the USTC Junior Olympic Sparring Team.
  • Participated in USA nationals and USA Junior Olympics
  • Many Gold Medals, Silver & Bronze Medal list in Atlantic Open, New York Open & regional Championships
Junior Instructor Michael Illiano Instructor

Junior Instructor Michael Illiano started learning Taekwondo in 2002.

He is the co-captain of the USTC Junior Olympic Sparring Team.

Accomplishments:

  • He is a W.T.F. 3rd degree Black Belt and a part time junior instructor assisting Grandmaster Kim in all of his classes.
  • He is a graduate of Monmouth Regional High School and is now attending Brookdale Community College.
  • He is also part of the leadership training program at USTC.
Instructor Austin Jarrett Instructor

Instructor Austin Jarrett has been training in Taekwondo since 1997.

He is a member of the USTC Junior Olympic Sparring Team.

Accomplishments:

  • He is a W.T.F. 3rd degree Black Belt and a part time junior instructor assisting Grandmaster Kim in all of his classes.
  • He is a graduate at the Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science and accepted to Cornell University.
  • He is also part of the leadership training program at USTC.
Masters Steve And Jeanne Sarren Master
  • Masters Steve Sarran and Jeanne Sarran are W.T.F. 4th degree degree black belt.
  • They teach at the US Taekwondo center in Queens, New York City.
  • Instructor Steve Sarran was a USA national team manager of the 2000 world University Taekwondo Championship in Kaoshiung, Taipei and in 2001 Japan and USA collegiate goodwill games.
  • He is a retired Principal of St. Joseph’s school for the deaf in Bronx, New York.
  • Instructor Jeanne Sarran is currently the vice chairman of education committee of the USA national collegiate Taekwondo Association.
Master Woo Nam Kyu

Experience

  • Dec 2009 – Mar 2010 I had stayed in Australia as a national expenditure Taekwondo master
  • Feb.1.2011 – Feb.28.2011 A member of World Tae Kwon Do Peace Corps   (Sweden)

Achievements

  • Korean National & Regional Championship Medal lists

Martial Arts certification

  • Second degree black belt of JUDO
  • Fifth degree black belt of Tae Kwon Do
  • Tae Kwon Do Instructor certification from Kukkiwon

Volunteer Activities

  • Mar.24.2009 – Jun.18.2009 Tae Kwon Do volunteer for abused children

Military service

  • Combat police unit