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World Masters Seminar

World Masters Seminar

Dear member You are cordially invited to participate in the 2023 World Masters Seminar, presented by the Global HapKiDo Association (GHA) in cooperation with the International Taekwon-Do Federation  HQ Korea(ITF)!  Seminar will be held at the University of the Science...
ITF National Team Championships

ITF National Team Championships

All national countries are invited for this Team Championships in England (South) UK. 3 students per team for Patterns, Sparring, Special Technique and Power Categories for Black Belt – Male & Female adult (18yrs+) junior (13 – 17yrs) Veterans (35yrs+)...
Technical Seminar & Black Belt Grading

Technical Seminar & Black Belt Grading

ITF Scotland & Master Thompson VIII are hosting a Technical Seminar and Black Belt Grading, September 10th 2022. The Black Belt grading will take place after the Seminar in Keithhall, around a 10 minute Journey from the Seminar location by car, everyone grading...
ITF HQ Newsletter #04 – April 2022

ITF HQ Newsletter #04 – April 2022

Dear Taekwon-Do Practitioners and Friends,

April has been a very eventful month, both in a positive and a poignant way. We celebrated the 67th anniversary of Taekwon-Do on April the 11th. It has been 67 years since the name Taekwon-Do was introduced and the art started spreading worldwide. Grand Master Peter Sanders, vice president of ITF HQ visited Korea and we, together with Secretary General Mast. Zibby Kruk, used this occasion to reflect on the past and talk about the present. The future looks bright for ITF-HQ Korea. We are proud of what we have achieved upto now, in bringing back ITF Taekwon-Do to South Korea, and fulfilling the Founder’s dream.

ITF HQ Newsletter #04 – April 2022

ITF HQ Newletter March 2022

ITF HQ Newsletter March 2022, available in English and Spanish

Dear Taekwon-Do Practitioners and Friends,

Everyone has been deeply disturbed by the Russian military invasion of Ukraine that has affected the lives of millions of people on both sides of the conflict.

The International Taekwon-Do Federation HQ strongly condemns this act of aggression against Ukraine and stands firmly with all who suffer because of war. We call for an immediate halt to the hostilities, and appeal to both sides to come to a peaceful and humane resolution through negotiations.

ITF HQ Newsletter #04 – April 2022

ITF HQ JANUARY 2022 Newsletter

ITF HQ Newsletter, available in English, & Spanish.

Approximately a month ago we were welcoming a new year as marked by the Gregorian/ solar calendar. Now, one month later, we are celebrating the Lunar new year, that begins with the first new moon of the lunar calendar. In Korea and other Asian countries, the Lunar New year is a big celebration. During this time, many Koreans visit their families, perform ancestral cremations, wear hanbok, eat traditional food, and play folk games. Additionally, children often receive money from their elders after performing a formal bow.

Black Belt Status Check

Black Belt Status Check

We’ve added the ability to check your recorded status as a Black Belt with ITF HQ, this new function can be found under Membership and then Black Belt Verification from the main menu, clicking the image above or the image found on the front page of our website....
ITF HQ Newsletter #04 – April 2022

ITF HQ December 2021 Newsletter

Available in English and Spanish.

Dear Taekwon-Do Practitioners and Friends,     

As the end of 2021 approaches, I would like to reflect briefly on the challenges that Taekwon-Do has faced in the year that has passed. Obviously, the Covid-19 pandemic which has spread throughout the entire world like wild fire has affected everybody immensely, including Taekwon-Do families. Many have lost students, businesses, all this in spite of trying to survive on their own and serve students via online classes and tests.

ITF HQ Newsletter #04 – April 2022

ITF HQ Newsletter November 2021

ITF HQ November 2021 Newsletter available in English & Spanish.

Dear Taekwon-Do Practitioners and Friends,
This month we paid respect to the founder of Taekwon-Do, General Choi Hong Hi, on the occasion of his 103rd birthday. Anniversaries such as these always initiate reflections about the art that the General created, and where we are now as its practitioners. Has his dream been fulfilled by his disciples?