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This entry is part of 4 in the series Trademarks

Fist_Only_Transparent_LOGOC97B1_2Hwang Kee’s Moo Duk Kwan® martial art school’s public identity and reputation are highly regarded by many practitioners worldwide.

One of the most widely recognized marks of the Moo Duk Kwan® school used by authorized instructors and students to denote their affiliation is the fist logo adopted by Founder Hwang Kee.
Learn more about the history of this legendary and iconic image:
Unfortunately, there are sometimes unscrupulous, unauthorized individuals who use the Moo Duk Kwan® reputation and identity for their own advantage and in doing so misrepresent themselves and their services to the general public. These acts are illegal and can result in arrests, court ordered injunctions and monetary judgments against infringers.
These “Joe Cola” incidents may occur from  ignorance and/or from the malovence of unlicensed instructors or practitioners seeking to capitalize on the Moo Duk Kwan® global identity and reputation earned since 1945.
The World Moo Duk Kwan and its legitimately authorized entities work tirelessly to actively protect the unique public identity of the Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan martial art system.

=== Trademarks ===
Moo Duk KwanUnited States Patent and Trademark Office 3,023,145 and “the fist logoUnited States Patent and Trademark Office 1,446,944 and 3,119,287 are federally registered trademarks of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation.

=== Service Marks ===
Soo Bahk DoUnited States Patent and Trademark Office 3,103,190 and the “Soo Bahk Do logoUnited States Patent and Trademark Office 1,811,174 are federally registered service marks of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation.

If you have been told that you are training in, or certified in, Moo Duk Kwan and are not currently affiliated with a legitimately authorized World Moo Duk Kwan entity (search them here) please contact us for information about how you can become a member.  email: headquarters@soobahkdo.com
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Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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HAPPY 71ST ANNIVERSARY MOO DUK KWAN

Posted by on Nov 9, 2016 in Moo Duk Kwan, Moo Duk Kwan School | 0 comments

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HAPPY 71ST ANNIVERSARY TO ALL WORLDWIDE MOO DUK KWAN MEMBERS, LET’S CONTINUE TO SPREAD THE ART AND OUR MOO DO PHILOSOPHY.

Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers Eveline Moy Chin Dan Bon #47982

Posted by on Oct 25, 2016 in Memorials, Moo Duk Kwan School | 0 comments

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Eveline Moy Chin

 December 18, 1927 – May 3, 2015

Mrs. Chin’s primary instructor has been Gene Riggs, Sa bom Nim, Dan Bon # 26263, since she entered the Moo Duk Kwan discipline in March of 2008, and received her 8th Gup in Sept of 2008.

Mrs. Chin was promoted to E Dan in 2014 under Dan Bon #47982.

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Obituary for Eveline Moy Chin

Devoted wife, cherished mother, beloved grandmother and great-grandmother, Eveline Moy Chin, age 87, passed away in Marshall, TX on May 3, 2015. Eveline was born on December 18, 1927 in Boston, MA. She is preceded in death by her husband, Thomas W. F. Chin; Her parents, Goon Ark and You Shee Moy; her siblings, Jean, William, Thomas and Ruth and one niece, Ruby. Eveline is survived by her children, Ronald D. Chin and his wife, Heather; Karen B. Chin and her husband, Steven Kelly; Gary D. Chin and his wife, Anne; and Laura C. Darrach and her husband, Gregg. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Meaghan Cain and her husband, Trevor; Joshua, Jessica, and Michael Darrach, Thomas and Emily Chin; her great-grandchildren, Tristin, Tre, Mya, Maci and Skyler; nieces and nephews, Madeleine, Charley, James, Claire, Beverly Ann, Stanley, Robert and her beloved 15 year old cat, Tandy. Eveline was an active member of Hillcrest Baptist Church, enjoyed Karate and recently earned her 2nd Degree Black Belt in November, 2014 at age 86. She loved to cook, bake, knit/crochet and spent many hours watching the cooking channels, The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings series. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. A celebration of Eveline’s life will be held on Friday evening at 6:00pm, May 8, 2015 at Hillcrest Baptist Church, Marshall, Texas with Bro. Scott Tagert officiating. She will be laid to rest at Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA next to her husband. In lieu of flowers, please send donations “In Memory of Eveline M. Chin” to Healing Touch Worldwide Foundation at www.HTWFoundation.org.

Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers Robert Shipley, III, Dan Bon #4825, Charter Member and Hu Kyun In

Posted by on Oct 20, 2016 in Memorials | 0 comments

This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series Moo Duk Kwan Memorials

See a Memorial Tribute to Sa Bom Nim Shipley by the Swiss Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan, click on the link below, and many thanks to Urs Spoerri, Sa bom Nim.

Shipley SBN 2016 from Urs Spoerri on Vimeo.

We deeply regret the loss of Robert Shipley, III, Sa bom Nim, who passed away yesterday afternoon surrounding by his family and loved ones.  Announcement came from Camas Karate by Anna Oulashin, Sa bom Nim.

 

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E Dan Yup Podo Cha Gi demonstration by Robet Shipley (4825) during 1969 in Hawaii, USA.

Robert Shipley, III was involved in the formation of the US SBDMDK Federation, and was a Charter Member of the Federation and appointed Hu Kyun In.

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The Charter Convention at the Hilton Hotel in JFK, NY on June 28, 1975

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The 1975 US Charter Convention clinic: Stand Rear; Robert Rondelli (17416), Psyche Smith (18143), Jame Lee (14317), Greg William (11695), Carl Jenkins (18983), Ron Savage (15879), Dennis Miller (18430), Peter Canciani (18911). Stand second row; CS Kim (2457), Paul Johnson (), Warren Adams (), Jeff Moonitz (17650), Andy Ahpo (10187), Joe Weeks (3596), Frank Bonsignore (15805), Arthur Pryor (), Benjamin Cortese (11689), Larry Seiberlich (1815), HC Hwang (509). The 3rd row seated; Robert Fernandes, Jr.,(17927), Holly Whitehouse (18943), Robert Fernandez, Sr. (14464), The founder, James Rushton (4130), Victor Martinov (10189), Fred Kenyon (14345), Young Ki Hong (9193). Bottom row seated; Joyce Keyes (19448), Russ Hanke (4137), Robert Beaudoin (5661), Ki Yul Yu (5311), Frank Trojanowiz (13333), Robert Shipley (4825).

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Appointed Hu Kyun In in 2005.

Shipley Sa Bom Nim participating in the Swiss Summer Camp 2016

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REST IN PEACE SA BOM NIM

His beloved mountain, Piz Beverin. He even climbed it!!

Special thanks to James Pumarejo, Sa Bom Nim for the historical photos, and those who posted many of these photos on Facebook.

 

Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers Frank Trojanowiz Dan Bon#13333

Posted by on Jun 9, 2016 in Memorials, Moo Duk Kwan School | 0 comments

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Frank Trojanowicz, 75, of South Scranton, died Saturday surrounded by his family after a brief illness. His wife of 51 years is the former Nancy Coolbaugh.

Born in Dickson City, son of the late Josephine Trojanowicz, Frank was a graduate of Dickson City High School. He was an Army veteran and an avid outdoorsman.

Frank began his instructional career in the early 1960s, teaching one of the first Korean (Tang Soo Do) karate classes in the Northeast at the local YMCA in downtown Scranton. From that point, he continued to plant the seeds of what would become a forest of well-known and highly respected students, master instructors and other grandmasters of karate. Several of these men and women would eventually become internationally famous for their martial art feats and abilities.

The 1975 US Charter Convention clinic: Stand Rear; Robert Rondelli (17416), Psyche Smith (18143), Jame Lee (14317), Greg William (11695), Carl Jenkins (18983), Ron Savage (15879), Dennis Miller (18430), Peter Canciani (18911). Stand second row; CS Kim (2457), Paul Johnson (), Warren Adams (), Jeff Moonitz (17650), Andy Ahpo (10187), Joe Weeks (3596), Frank Bonsignore (15805), Arthur Pryor (), Benjamin Cortese (11689), Larry Seiberlich (1815), HC Hwang (509). The 3rd row seated; Robert Fernandes, Jr.,(17927), Holly Whitehouse (18943), Robert Fernandez, Sr. (14464), The founder, James Rushton (4130), Victor Martinov (10189), Fred Kenyon (14345), Young Ki Hong (9193). Bottom row seated; Joyce Keyes (19448), Russ Hanke (4137), Robert Beaudoin (5661), Ki Yul Yu (5311), Frank Trojanowiz (13333), Robert Shipley (4825).

The 1975 US Charter Convention clinic: Stand Rear; Robert Rondelli (17416), Psyche Smith (18143), Jame Lee (14317), Greg William (11695), Carl Jenkins (18983), Ron Savage (15879), Dennis Miller (18430), Peter Canciani (18911). Stand second row; CS Kim (2457), Paul Johnson (), Warren Adams (), Jeff Moonitz (17650), Andy Ahpo (10187), Joe Weeks (3596), Frank Bonsignore (15805), Arthur Pryor (), Benjamin Cortese (11689), Larry Seiberlich (1815), HC Hwang (509). The 3rd row seated; Robert Fernandes, Jr.,(17927), Holly Whitehouse (18943), Robert Fernandez, Sr. (14464), The founder, James Rushton (4130), Victor Martinov (10189), Fred Kenyon (14345), Young Ki Hong (9193). Bottom row seated; Joyce Keyes (19448), Russ Hanke (4137), Robert Beaudoin (5661), Ki Yul Yu (5311), Frank Trojanowiz (13333), Robert Shipley (4825).

In those early years, the “Art of Karate” was mostly unheard of and hardly understood. As karate was slowly gaining recognition throughout the country in the mid-1960s and early 1970s, Frank Trojanowicz, as he was known then, was instrumental in introducing many Korean and American martial artists that would later become famous in their own right. He is listed in textbook encyclopedias of the original martial arts, among others, as being influential in the traditions and historical development of karate as an authentic pioneer in karate in North America. He was always unwilling to use his rank and status for self-promotion or public acclaim.

Before acquiring his grandmaster rank and status, he was respected and admired worldwide by those who knew him or had heard of him. He was first an officer and later president of the American Tang Soo Do Association in the 1960s. Later, a master instructor with the Korean Tang Soo Do Association in the 1970s, and after that a senior master instructor with what became known as the U.S. Tang Soo Do/Moo Duk Kwan Federation in the 1980s. In 1982, he became a charter member of the World Tang Soo Do Association. The predeceased legendary teacher of Chuck Norris once said that Frank Trojanowicz was the “best” technician he had ever taught.

Grandmaster Trojanowicz was deeply and sincerely a private man who did not seek attention or recognition for himself, but unselfishly cast light on others. In spite of many hardships, disappointments and discouraging setbacks, he never gave up or put anyone else down. Examples too numerous to mention give credit to his generous spirit in allowing others to be awarded for success and accomplishments that he had promoted or engineered himself. Even as he watched the growth of commercial and sport karate, and the proliferation of questionable ranks and promotions, he always stayed true to his practice of giving others the benefit of any doubt.

Having been affiliated with martial art associations, federations and associations throughout his life, he turned to enjoy a more independent practice for himself and his students in 1994 while maintaining his local, but still well-known Scranton Karate School, and continued to enjoy the respect and recognition of martial artists near and far.

Perhaps one of the most important things he will be remembered for among his family, friends and students is the exemplary manner in which he lived his entire life in the martial arts and abiding by the traditional codes and tenets of karate. He stood by these ideals in such a steadfast manner, that his most loyal and faithful students always appreciated his core authenticity even as it may have been misunderstood and undervalued by others.

Grandmaster Trojanowicz possessed the integrity, the perseverance, humility and an indomitable spirit that encouraged the heartfelt respect and loyal obedience to his authority that others continue to emulate in the Way of Karate.

The legacy of the Scranton Karate School will live on with the knowledge and guidance passed down to his granddaughter, Master Samantha Kenney.

Also surviving are four daughters, Rebecca Kenney and husband, Robert, Scranton; Sharon Bonning and companion, John Notchick, Simpson; Cindy Poland and husband, Howard, Philadelphia; and Carrie Trojanowicz, at home; a son, Frank Brian Trojanowicz, at home; six grandchildren, Justine and husband, Dustin; Sami, Kerstan, Sydney, Emily and Zachary; three great-grandchildren, Addyson, Richard and Dawson; two brothers, Anthony and Joseph Trojanowicz, and many nieces and nephews.

He was also preceded in death by a brother, John; and two sisters, Regina Trojanowicz and Frances Trojanowicz.

Private funeral services to celebrate Frank’s life will be from the Neil W. Regan Funeral Home Inc., 1900 Pittston Ave., Scranton.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Speranza Animal Rescue, 1216 Brandt Road, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055.
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Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers John J. Basso, Esq., Dan Bon #38982

Posted by on Jun 2, 2016 in Memorials | 0 comments

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John Joseph Basso, Esq., passed away peacefully at home on Sunday May 22, 2016, after a long illness surrounded by his wife and children. He was 63 years old.

John was married to Kathleen (Mueller) Basso of St. Louis, MO for 5 days shy of 33 years. John was a PROUD father to three adult sons Raphael John Basso, Luke Henry Basso, and Zachary Emmett Basso. He was a stand-in father to his nieces Corie, Elaina, Gina, and Chrissy, whom he thought of as daughters. He is survived by his brother Donato Basso, II, his sisters, Mary Caccese, Margaret (Peg) Basso, Jane Basso, nephew Donato Basso, III, niece Dina Basso, their husbands, wives, and children. He is also survived by his wife’s sister and four brothers, whom he thought of as his own along with dozens of nieces and nephews.

John’s Life had a wide-reaching impact on his community in multiple circles. As a prominent local attorney and 1982 graduate of Brooklyn Law School he was a perennial selection by his peers for New York Super Lawyers. He was well respected in all legal circles including the Judiciary and was beloved by his employees and scores of grateful clients. John hosted a local cable television show for many years called the “Law and Your Money,” where he interviewed many community leaders and drew attention to issues of local concern. He was a Past President of the Dutchess County Bar Association and was instrumental in many projects such as the first inaugural Ducthess County Law Day free legal clinic and the revitalization of the Dutchess County Courthouse. John served on the Arlington Central School District Board of Education for 6 years.

In addition to his very active professional life, John was Founder and President of Arlington-Lagrange Youth Lacrosse League. He coached lacrosse at Arlington High School at both the Varsity and Junior Varsity levels for over 10 years. John was a lifelong athlete himself, having been recognized in high school as a Varsity Captain and selected as an All New York City linebacker in football and Varsity Captain in lacrosse for Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn. He was also a proud member of the 1972 Hobart College National Championship Lacrosse Team, which has been recognized as a “Team of Distinction.” He had a deep love of the “creator’s game,” which he continued to play well into his fifties and that he passed on to hundreds of children over the course of his lifetime. He was extremely proud of his role of coach both on and off the field.

John was a passionate New York Giants fan, an avid skier, black belt in Soo Bahk Do, and was an unquenchable student of history, especially that of the Civil War. He loved to travel, eat and drink, but most loved sharing his home with his family, many friends, and colleagues.

John was born in Brooklyn, New York on March 20, 1953 to Marjorie (Weber) Basso and Donato Basso, M.D.

Mr. Basso supported the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan® Federation and Region 2 by attending and supporting our National Championships, local region 2 tournaments as a competitor and mentor for three sons, Raphael, who also achieved his Black Belt Dan Level, his son Luke also achieved his Black Belt, and son Zac got 4th Gup Green Belt.  He will be missed by his friends at Baran’s Soo Bahk Do.  Alex Baran, Sa bom Nim and Debbie Lindemann, Sa Bom Nim, are his proud instructors.

Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers John J. Basso, Esq., Dan Bon #

John J. Basso , Esq., and his son, Raphael J. Basso, Esq.

Respectfully Submitted,

Roberto Bonefont, Sr., Region 2

Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers Adam Cory Nadiak, Dan Bon #38450

Posted by on Apr 17, 2016 in Memorials | 0 comments

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The World Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers…

Adam Cory Nadiak, Dan Bon #38450

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Adam Cory Nadiak of Greenfield Park, NY passed away on Friday, April 1, 2016 at St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital. He was 30 years old. Adam was born on June 4, 1985 in Harris, NY; he was the son of Samuel and Lisa (Poppo) Nadiak.

Adam served his country during the Afghanistan War as a Sergeant in the United States Army.

He had worked as an IT Security/Disaster Recovery Analyst with FlightSaftey International. Adam was a black belt in Karate; he enjoyed golf and sport shooting, and was so intelligent he could build a computer. He loved taking family vacations in Cape May with his mother, sister, aunts, uncles and cousins. He was committed to life-long relationships with anyone he befriended. “When Adam cared about you he cared about you deeply and forever.” He will be missed.

In addition to his parents Samuel and Lisa, Adam is survived by his sister Jillian Nadiak. Also surviving are many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by his grandparents, Joseph and Leona Poppo.

Visiting will be held on Friday, April 8th from 10 am to 12 pm at Loucks Funeral Home, 79 N. Main St., Ellenville. A Mass of Christian burial will immediately follow at St. Mary and St. Andrew’s Church, Ellenville.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Adam’s memory to the Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, Kansas 66675 or online at support.woundedwarriorproject.org.

To send a personal condolence to Adam’s family please visit loucksfh.com.

Adam trained at the Ellenville Moo Duk Kwan Do Jang, Instructors Sa Bom Nim Cort Stinehour and Master Mary Kate Stinehour.

Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers Master Felix Antonio Nichalson, Jr., Dan Bon 12204

Posted by on Apr 17, 2016 in Memorials | 0 comments

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The World Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers…

Felix A. Nichalson, Jr., Dan Bon 12204, Region 5 Dayton, Ohionicholson

Master Felix A. Nichalson, passed away on February 23, 2016.  He was 89 years old.  Master Nichalson overcame great odds at an early age.  Both of his parents passed away when he was only 11 years old.  He grew up in the “Great Depression.” Along with all of this he also battled the ethic racial problems that occurred during these troubling years.

Mr. Nichalson served in the United States Navy, he fought during World War II.  He was honorably discharged.  Master Nichalson’s owned the first Tang Soo Do Do Jang in the Dayton Area.  His instructor was Master Robert A. Thompson, Dan Bon 1791.

Many words could be written, or said about Master Nichalson.  In retrospect though he was a gentle giant of a man that never talked down to anyone.  He always had a smile, and a kind word.

The last visit with Master Nichalson, Sa Bom Nim Genkowski and I visited him in the hospital .  He ordered me to throw a back fist.  He then proceeded to go into self defense.  All of this while he was in the Intensive Care Unit.  He taught up to the end.

Thank you,

Sincerely,

John P Neace

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Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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Kee Hwang, Moo Duk Kwan® Founder, Part 2
1950-1959

Posted by on Nov 5, 2015 in 1950, 1950's, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1953-1961, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, Hwang Kee, Moo Duk Kwan Founder, Moo Duk Kwan School | 0 comments

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This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Hwang Kee Timeline

Kee Hwang, Moo Duk Kwan® Founder, Part 2 (1950’s) in a series of timelines about his life and the history of his Moo Duk Kwan® martial art school.  Click on the hyperlinks to see historic photos in the history of the Moo Duk Kwan®

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Hwang Kee Moo Duk Kwan® Martial Art School Founder and

Soo Bahk Do® (Tang Soo Do) martial art system creator

1959 Moo Duk Kwan Fist Logo Trademark

1959 Moo Duk Kwan Fist Logo Trademark

1950’s

1950, June 25th, Korean war begins and suspends teaching for seventeen months photo courtesy of http://remembrance2010.indev.com.au/#p=media/15/Korean-War

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News Headline: Reds Smash Through…

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  • 1950 July: Hwang Kee’s family relocates to Seok Got Ri. (a village located in the town of Jang Dan Myun, which he was born, to be with family and relatives during these uncertain times)
  • 1950 July: Hwang family’s one year old child dies, from the difficult times and conditions
  • 1950: North Koreans begins to investigate the loyalty of employees of the Ministry of Transportation.
  • 1950: Arrested a second time by Communist Party and North Korean military (after all employees are asked to write a biography describing their history, employment, political beliefs and loyalties). He fled to his fathers relative in Seoul, to escape, but was found, arrested, then released, then followed by party officials, and escaped using his martial arts skills, and fled to a cousins home in Tchang Sin Dong, Dong Dae Mun Ku, Seoul.
  • 1950 September: General MacArthur’s forces move into Seoul, Hwang Kee returns home
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  • 1950: Returns to work at the Ministry of Transportation, and is arrested a third time and tortured in another unsuccessful attempt to make him confess, after a Mr. Kim, found evidence the North Koreans had forced him to write.
  • 1951 January 4th to the January 4th: Hwang Kee and family flees on foot and railroad 146 miles southeast to Dae Gu. It was due Retreat by the North Korea and Chinese attack forces.
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  • 1951 June: Arrested a fourth time and accused of sympathizing with North Koreans, he resisted and was severely beaten, tortured by hanging upside down, water boarding, then trying to force him to confess. As he was lead one day by a guard with a rifle and given a blanket (use to wrap dead bodies), he was convinced that he was to be shot, the guard said he forgot something and they returned to torture him more. Thinking his family would be shot also if he did not confess, he signed a confession. His family was working to free him , and had a relative (Hwang Jin Young, Hwang Kee’s older brothers son, who was a prosecutor and carried a high level of authority, and powerful government position) after seeing him demanded his release, and commanded the police to apologize and rewrite their report and repudiate the confession.
  • 1951 October: Hwang Family relocates to Pusan, taught Tang Soo (Hwa Soo) Do at the Cho Ryang Station.
  • 1951: Established temporary Moo Duk Kwan Headquarters in Cho Ryang-Dong, Pusan
  • 1952 April, Began teaching at the Police Academy in Pusan
  • 1952, October, Began instruction at the Ministry of Defense in Pusan
  • 1953 September, Returned to Seoul to re-establish Moo Duk Kwan Headquarters after Korean War ends.
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The interior of Bruce house – General William K. Harrison (left) and General Nam II (right) sign the armistice agreement which brought the Korean War to a close in Panmunjom on July 27, 1953. (AP Photo) # Photo courtesy of Boston.com

  • 1953, Established Korean Tang Soo Do Association, presiding as Chairman

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  • 1953 November, Established Tang Soo Do studios in middle and high schools throughout Korea

  • 1953 December, Applied to join Korean Athletic Association
  • 1954 April, Established Tang Soo Do studio in Mapo Correctional Facility
  • 1954 July, Attempted to unify Korean Tang Soo Do Association and Korean Kong Soo Do Association (Chong Do Kwan, Jido Kwan, Chang Moo Kwan, Song Moo Kwan
  • 1955 May, Grand Opening of headquarters (43-1 Dong Ja-Dong, Choong Gu, Seoul)
  • 1955 July, Established the following provincial Moo Duk Kwan branches:
    • 1) Seoul: Tchang Young Chung (#15), Se Joon Oh (#26), Seong Heon Chung (#28), Poong Tcheon Kim (#17), Hee Seok Choi (#5), Kang Ik Lee (#19),
    • 2) Kyung Ki Do: In Seok Kim (#12), Yong Ha Park (#21), 
    • 3) Gang Won,
    • 4) Kyung Buk: Jong Soo Hong (#10),
    • 5) Kyung Nam: Eok Tcheon Lee (#49), 
    • 6)Chun Nam,
    • 7) Choong Buk: Sam Hyun Nam (#4), Myong Soon Lim (#20).

After Jeom Tchon Branch members’s demonstration on September 28, 1959.

Dan Shim Sa at the Kyung Ki Province Region held at O San Dojang on April 12, 1959.

Members from the Kwei San Branch Dojang during 1961. Cha, Soo Yong (269) was Sa Bom.

  • 1955 August, Ministry of Education prohibits teaching Tang Soo Do in middle and high schools throughout Korea
  • 1955 August, Established Tang Soo Do studio in Seo Dae Moon Correctional Facility
  • 1955 August, Established Tang Soo Do studio at Korean Air Force Headquarters. Young Tae Han (#37) was appointed as an Instructor.
  • 1955 October 30th: Organized and chaired first International Goodwill Demonstration between Korea and China, at Si Gong Kwan (City Public Hall)
  • 1956: Retires from Ministry of Transportation to focus fulltime on development of the Moo Duk Kwan http://moodukkwan.net/files/2013/04/moo-duk-kwan-prime-time-3.jpg
  • 1956 March, Begins teaching at Korean Air Force Academy.
  • 1956 March, Dispatched instructors to the following bases: Soo Won: Young Seok Kim(#32), Sa Chun: Myung Kyu Kang (#59), Dae Gu: Sang Seop Ji (#39), and Dae Jun Air Force Academy

Narration below by H.C. Hwang Kwan Jang Nim:  Photo taken during the Dan Shim Sa at Ma Po bridge dojang in Seoul, Hwang Kee, Kwan Jang Nim is seated in the center is scoring the Shim Sa.

Dan Shim Sa at the Ma Po dojang

  • 1956 May,Begins instructing at Korean Navel Academy. Jin Tae Hwang (#11) was appointed as an Instructor. http://moodukkwan.net/files/2013/04/moo-duk-kwan-prime-time.jpg
  • 1956 June, Established Tang Soo Do studio at Korean Navel Headquarters. Young Taek Kim was appointed (#526)
  • 1956 June, Established Tang Soo Do studio at In Ha Engineering University. Young Ha Park (#21) http://moodukkwan.net/files/2013/04/moo-duk-kwan-prime-time-7.jpg
  • 1956 October, Established Tang Soo Do at Korean Military Police Headquarters
  • 1956 October, Established Tang Soo Do at Army Printing Corps
  • 1956 November, Established Tang Soo Do at the R.O.K. 2nd Army
  • 1957: Introduced to the Moo Yei Do Bo Tong Ji, at Seoul National Library, by Professor Na Hyun Seong of the Seoul National University
  • 1957 Dale Drouillard (#757) becomes 1st American serviceman to achieve Dan under Hwang Kee
Dale Drouillard, first American to receive a Dan Bon in the Moo Duk Kwan.

Dale Drouillard, first American to receive a Dan Bon in the Moo Duk Kwan.

Newspaper Article on Dale Drouillard

Newspaper Article on Dale Drouillard

  • Col Butterwick below Jumping Front Kick, a photo he sent to Hwang Kee Kwan Jang Nim in appreciation.
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Col John Butterwick #2277

  • 1957 May 18th, Taught at Seoul Technical High School
  • 1957 May, Established Tang Soo Do studio at Korean Marine Corps. Soo Yong Cha (#269)
  • 1957 July, Established Tang Soo Do at Han Yang University in Seoul. Hee Seok Choi (#5)
  • 1957 September, Established Tang Soo Do at the U.S. 8th Army in Young San. Cho Hwan (#80), Sang Kyu Shim (#180)

MDK demonstration at Pu San branch.

Moo Duk Kwan members from the O San Air Force Base. Shin, Jae Chul SB (698) and Robert Thompson SB (1791) are seen with Hwang Kee KJN.

Shim, Sang Kyu SB (180), his early days in teaching Tang Soo Do in USA during 1961.

  • 1958 July, Authored second Tang Soo Do self-defense textbook (Tang Soo Do Bo Sin Bop)
  • 1958 November 30th: International Goodwill Demonstration with Korea, China and USA, Seoul, Korea
  • 1959 May, Established Tang Soo Do studio in Seoul Agricultural University in Soo Won. Young Hwan Lee (#147)
  • 1959 July, Established Tang Soo Do studio in Koryo University, Seoul. Jin Gil Kim (#99).
  • 1959 October, Established Tang Soo Do studio at Air Force University. Nak Eon Baek (#194).
  • 1959: Mariano Estioko (#759) becomes second American to achieve Dan under Hwang Kee

The first modern martial art book published in Korea. The cover of Hwa Soo Do Kyo Bon. Printed on May 25, 1949 Published on May 30, 1949

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Audio narration by Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang: Photo taken during the ceremony of Goodwill Moo Do demonstration among Korea, China and USA, this was held at the city hall in Seoul during 1950.

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Audio narration by Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang: Hwang Kee, Kwan Jang Nim, with Lee Chun Yun Sa Bom at Kimpo International Airport in Korea during late 1960s.

Video of Moo Do Kyo Pa Demonstration in Korea, year unknown. (Videos courtesy of YouTube and photos of Dale Drouillard, courtesy of Internet site on Dale Drouillard.)

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Narration by H.C. Hwang, Kwan Jang Nim: photo taken after Grand Opening of Moo Duk Kwan branch do jang in Chu Nan province on Jan 31, 1960, Hwang Kee, Kwan Jang Nim is the 3rd from the right in the first row.

Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
Albert Pike

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The World Moo Duk Kwan® Proudly Remembers Master Jack Helfgott, Dan Bon #26104

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Black-Ribbon3The World Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers Master Jack Helfgott, Dan Bon #26104

Jack Helfgott, Age 63, resided in Edison, New Jersey, 02/22/1952 – 11/1/2015, Moo Duk Kwan Master, Dan Bon #26104

Master Helfgott, known among the Career and Technical Education for his dedication to teaching the Video and editing arts, had a extensive career in education.  He completed his Master of Education degree at Seton Hall University, in Educational/Instructional Technology, received his Bachelor of Arts in Education at The George Washington University, and attended Wagner College.   He attained Sa Dan (4th degree) ranking in the art of Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan, while attending Hwang Karate in Springfield, NJ, he started training in 1980 until his passing.

Many of his extended Moo Duk Kwan family know him from his excellent video productions that he helped direct, edit and produce for the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation; many can be seen on the Soo Bahk Do Institute.

Here are some his recent accomplishments:

Supervisor Career and Technical Education

Newark Public Schools

(2 years) Office instructional staff development

Supervised School to Career programs in Public School
School to Careers Department

In Memorium – 

“I am very sorry to learn Master Helfgott’s passing. I have many good memories with him and his family.”

With great sorrow,

HC Hwang  &  family

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Master Jack Helfgott standing directly center behind Kwan Jang Nim.

 

Master Jack Helfgott and his wonderful family.  (Photo courtesy of Helfgott family)

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Master Jack Helfgott, 2nd from the left, standing with Springfield dojang Master instructors, Sa bom Nim Orella, far left, Sa bom Nim Bonsignore in the center and Sa bom Nim Murray on the far right.

More photos of Master Jack Helfgott and his family and photos of his Moo Duk Kwan family (photos courtesy of his facebook page and Peter Murray’s facebook pages)

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Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang- Moo Duk Kwan® History

Posted by on Oct 31, 2015 in H.C. Hwang, Moo Duk Kwan Leaders, Moo Duk Kwan School, Moo Duk Kwan Successor | Comments Off on Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang- Moo Duk Kwan® History

Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang- Moo Duk Kwan® History

 Kwan Jang Nim

of

Moo Duk Kwan® Martial art Organization

H.C. (Hyun Chul) Hwang

Dan Bon#509

This historical project would not have been possible without the guidance and historical input of Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang.
Written by Steven Lemner (Dan Bon 23703)
Proof reading and historical input by Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang (Dan Bon 509)
Proof reading and historical input by Frank Bonsignore, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 15805 )
Layout ,web design and proof reading by  Master Roberto Bonefont Sr. (Dan Bon  13927 )
Layout and web design by Phil Duncan, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon   20631 )
Photo review and watermarking by Rich Ahlers, Kyo Sa Nim (Dan Bon  45476  )
Thanks to the many members both current and past for sharing the many photographs and data
of the Moo Duk Kwan’s founder Hwang Kee and Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang’s history.

1940’s March 4th, 1947 Born Seoul, Korea,(Birth Name: Jin Mun, the second child of five) hchwang 1951 child photo

HC Hwang Kwan Jang Nim during the Korean War 1951 at Pusan

1950’s

1953 October 26th: Se Hun (Hwang) was born in Yong San Ku, Korea. (future Mrs. H.C. Hwang) They will meet in 1988, New York City, NY. Pictured below is Sa Mo Nim, Se Hun Hwang with H.C. Hwang Kwan Jang Nim. 1954 May 5th: Entering the Moo Duk Kwan Discipline. (7 years old)

1957 October 27th: Promoted to Cho Dan (1st Dan) in the Moo Duk Kwan (he was the youngest Dan holder at the time in Korea)

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The 20th classing dan shim sa at the Yong San Dojang, Seoul in October 27, 1957

 

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The 1st Shim Sa group photo of the Choong Buk Branch on October 13, 1957.

 

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The Dan testing at the Joong Ang Do Jang in May 1957.

1958 October 19th: Promoted to E Dan (2nd Dan)

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Program for the 10th anniversary of Kyong Sang Nam Do TSD Moo Duk Kwan demonstration on November 1, 1959.

1959 March: Graduated from Yong San Elementary School

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MDK students from the Hong Seong branch in Choong Chung Nam Do in 1959.

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Tang Soo Do class at the US 8th Army during 1959. Seated far left is Cho, Hwan Sa Bom (80) and far right is Shim, Sang Kyu Sa Bom (180). A far right of the 2nd row is Lawarence Seiberlich Sa Bom (1815).

1960’s

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Bong Ho Sin Sool Demonstration at Yong San in 1959. Attacker is Kang Uk Lee SB (70)

 

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Seong Man Lee who is the first president of Korea is leaving his presidency after 4.19 revolution.

 

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Ja Yu Dang, the government party’s headquarters office and building at the revolution.

 

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Demonstration at the 15th of Moo Duk Kwan anniversary demonstration on August 21, 1960.

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The beginning ceremony for the 15th of Moo Duk Kwan anniversary demonstration on August 21, 1960.

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Kyok Pa demonstration by Robert Thompson SB (1791) on left and Master Frank Scarlecio (1790) on right in 1960 during the MDK 15th years of anniversary demonstration Kyok Pa.

1961 October 8th: Promoted to Samdan (3rd Dan)

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MDK demonstration with E Dan Yang Bal Cha Gi at the Sam Il Dan during the Internationals.

1962 March: Graduated from Sun Rin Middle School

1965 March: Graduated from Yang Jong High School

1965 November 15th: Promoted to Sa Dan (4th Dan) in the Moo Duk Kwan

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Korean team try out for the 5th Asian Meeting at the Headquarter Do Jang in Seoul.

1966: Member of the Korean Team at the 5th Asian Karate Championship, held in Seoul ,Korea

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Ja Yu Dae Ryun competition at the 5th Asian Meetings in 1968

 

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Children’s demonstration from the Ji Do Kwan at the 5th Asian Soo Bahk Do meeting at Si Gong Kwan (City Hall) in October 27, 1968.

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The beginning ceremony for the 5th Asian Meeting in October 27, 1968 at Si Gong Kwan(City Hall) in Seoul, Korea. Team from Philippines and Korea are shown in this photo.

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The poster for the 5th Asian Tang Soo Do meeting sponsered by the Korean Soo Bahk Do association on October 27, 1968.

The poster for the 5th Asian Tang Soo Do meeting sponsered by the Korean Soo Bahk Do association on October 27, 1968.

1969 September: Graduated from the Korean University (Major in Philosophy) also held a great interest in art illustration.

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E Dan Yup Podo Cha Gi demonstration by Robet Shipley (4825) during 1969 in Hawaii, USA.

1970’s

1970 May 24th,: Promoted to O Dan (5th Dan) and Sa Bom in the Moo Duk Kwan

The Korean team for the 1st World Karate Union which was held in Tokyo, Japan. Chun Sik Kim (2457), Col. Han, Hong Rae Kim ( ), H.C. Hwang(509), Kang Uk Lee(70) in standing and Boem Ju Lee (11870) and Duk Soo Choi (3682 ) in sitting are shown in this photo.

The Korean team for the 1st World Karate Union which was held in Tokyo, Japan. Chun Sik Kim (2457), Col. Han, Hong Rae Kim ( ), H.C. Hwang(509), Kang Uk Lee(70) in standing and Boem Ju Lee (11870) and Duk Soo Choi (3682 ) in sitting are shown in this photo.

Head Technical Advisor for the first World Karate Tournament in Tokyo, Japan

MDK headquaters Do Jang in 1970. HC Hwang(509), Song Gil Lee (8875), and Beom Ju Lee (11870) are shown in this photo with students.

MDK headquaters Do Jang in 1970. HC Hwang(509), Song Gil Lee (8875), and Beom Ju Lee (11870) are shown in this photo with students.

1970-1973: Served as head instructor at the Central Moo Duk Kwan Do Jang and at the U.S. Army base in Yong San

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May 1971 Tennis Court Seoul Group Pic Back Row: Smith, Moon Kyu Yi, Frank Waller, John Della Pia, Ronald Cody, Darryl King, Cornelius Herron, Prospero Ellis, (Unk.), George Hogan, Frank Bonsignore, (Unk.) Charles Moore, (Unk.) Seated: Ki Yoon Yi, Mr. Chang, A.F. Col., Choon Shik Kim, H.C. Hwang Yong Soo Hwangbo

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Ja Yu Dae Ryun at the Asian Championship Try Out. Chul Suk Lee who represent Kang Won province excute Ahp Cha Nut Gi and Jong Kook Hong (15856) is receiving kick.

Ja Yu Dae Ryun at the Asian Championship Try Out. Chul Suk Lee who represent Kang Won province excute Ahp Cha Nut Gi and Jong Kook Hong (15856) is receiving kick.

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US Air Force personnel during a MDK demonstration at the Officer’s Club in Seoul, 1972. Frank Bonsignore Sa Bom nim is in the front line with the white headband. Center Punch: Frank Waller, Darryl King, (Unk.), Frank Bonsignore, (Unk.) Leading the training: Ki Yoon Yi

 

Chung Il Kim (475), Sun Hwan Chung (2231), and Man Seop Song (4503) at the Kim Po International airport to depart for USA. Hueng Iyol Yoon (2089), and Jin Mun Hwang (509) are with them for support.

Chung Il Kim (475), Sun Hwan Chung (2231), and Man Seop Song (4503) at the Kim Po International airport to depart for USA. Hueng Iyol Yoon (2089), and Jin Mun Hwang (509) are with them for support.

1973 May-1974 June: Served as Head Instructor of the Greek Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation H.C. Hwang and students at the Pangrati Do Jang in Athens in May 1974 Ja yu Dae Ryun Demonstration by H.C. Hwang at the 1st Pan Hellinic Open Karate championships in Athens, Greece. Promotional phamplet forthe Greek Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan in 1973. From left: Jerry Pine (18134), Larry Williams(19162), and Paul Voudouris (18136) are holding the Moo Duk Kwan Gi at the 1st Pan Hellinic Karate Open Championships in Athens in 1973. Ja Yu Dae Ryun demonstration by H.C.Hwang(509) and Paul Voudouris (181360 at the 1st Pan Helleinic Karate Championships in Athens on 1973.

1973 November: Head official at the first Pan-Hellenic Martial Arts Championship in Athens, Greece Moo Duk Kwan students with H.C. Hwang(509) and George Page (11772) at the Do Jang in Glyfada, Athens in July 1973.

1974 June: Invitational Instructor of the United Kingdom Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation

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Moo Duk Kwan activity at Watford, England during May 1974.

July 1974: Promoted to Yuk Dan in Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan.

Grandmaster Hwang Kee’s 60th birthday prepared by the Pan American Moo Duk Kwan composed by all Korean instructors regardless Tang Soo Do or TKD in New York city in November 1974

 

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The founder’s 60th birthday cake prepared by MDK students in USA in 1974. OJ Chung, the oldest daughter is standing next to him. Jae Joon Kim (38) is shown at seated position.

1974-1975  Moved to United States of America and Opened first Dojang in Springfield, New Jersey.

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Children’s class at the Headquarters Do Jang in NJ during 1975.

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Children’s gup testing at the Headquarters Do Jang during the 1976. Frank Bonsignore SBN (15805) is standing in background.

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H.C. Hwang is conduction class at Springfield, NJ 1976

 

Center Punch: Frank Waller, Darryl King, (Unk.), Frank Bonsignore, (Unk.) Leading the training: Ki Yoon Yi

222 Mountain Ave Do Jahng Founder’s clinic at the US Headquarter’s Dojang in Springfield, NJ. Seated; Joe Margitich (15876), Michael Masley (10180), Robert Beaudoin (5661), The Founder, Jack, Jeff Haney (17934), Mary Ann Walsh (17926). Standing; Young Man Lee (9381), unknown, Peter Cansiani (18911), Robert Rondelli (17416), Arthur Pryor (), Unknown, Unknown, HC Hwang (509)., in 1975.

The founder’s clinic in Detroit during 1974. CI Kim (475), CS Kim (2457) are standing far left and HC Hwang (509), Lyn Janckson (3597), and R Hanke (4137) are standing at far right. 1974_GMHK_...June 30th, 1975 – July 2002: Serves as the Chairman of the Technical Advisory Committee of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation (Formerly known as the U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation)

The 1st National meeting called by the founder, Hwang Kee KJN for the frist step of the U.S. National Soo Bahk(Tang Soo) Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation in November 1974.

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Burlington meeting on November 1974. Seating from left; Charles DiPierro (Gup member who was elected as the first chairman of Board of Director at later time), Robert Thompson (1791), the founder, Jae Chul Shin (698), Arthur Pryor (16505), Ben Cortese (11689), and Robert Beaudoin (5661)

 

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The Charter Convention at the Hilton Hotel in JFK, NY on June 28, 1975

 

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The 1975 US Charter Convention clinic: Stand Rear; Robert Rondelli (17416), Psyche Smith (18143), Jame Lee (14317), Greg William (11695), Carl Jenkins (18983), Ron Savage (15879), Dennis Miller (18430), Peter Canciani (18911). Stand second row; CS Kim (2457), Paul Johnson (), Warren Adams (), Jeff Moonitz (17650), Andy Ahpo (10187), Joe Weeks (3596), Frank Bonsignore (15805), Arthur Pryor (), Benjamin Cortese (11689), Larry Seiberlich (1815), HC Hwang (509). The 3rd row seated; Robert Fernandes, Jr.,(17927), Holly Whitehouse (18943), Robert Fernandez, Sr. (14464), The founder, James Rushton (4130), Victor Martinov (10189), Fred Kenyon (14345), Young Ki Hong (9193). Bottom row seated; Joyce Keyes (19448), Russ Hanke (4137), Robert Beaudoin (5661), Ki Yul Yu (5311), Frank Trojanowiz (13333), Robert Shipley (4825).

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Founder’s visit to Detroit, Michigan, USA in 1975. From left; Ed Ormanian (10679), Dale Drouillard (757), The founder, HC Hwang (509), and Russ Hanke (4137)

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The founder’s clinic in Detroit, MI in 1976. From left; HC Hwang (509), The Founder, CS Kim (2457), and Russ Hanke (4137).

 

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HC Hwang (509) demonstrated with Yong Ki Hong (4142) at the Tae Kwon Do tournament in Philadelphia in 1975

 

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House tournament at the Headquarters Dojang in Springfield, NJ during 1977

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Gup Shim Sa at the Headquarter’s Dojang in 1977. Charles Mobley (22624) is performing a flying side kick.

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The 60th Dan Classing Shim Sa at the US Headquarters in Springfield, NJ in 1977. From left; Ho Soo Hwang (9383), Tong In Chang (6694), Young Man Lee (9381), HC Hwang (509), CS Kim (2457), Robert Beaudoin (5661), and In Kee Hong (16541)

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The founder and Mrs. Hwang Kee at the end of tournament in Conneticut. Front row with Do Bahk; CS Kim (2457), Young Man Lee (9381), Grand Champion of the tounament, Young Ki Hong (9193), HC Hwang (509), and Ho Soo Hwang (9383).

1978 July, 22nd: The first U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championships, Concord Hotel, NY

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The 1st US Nationals at the Monticello, NY, USA

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HC Hwang’s demonstration at the 1st US Natioanls.

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HC Hwang (509), CS Kim (2457), YM Lee (9381) are standing at the front line during the begining ceremony for the 1st US Nationals in Monticello, NY, USA. Gary Tarr (20576), Mary Ann Walsh (17926), David Paskowski (20582), and Arthur Pryor() are seen in this photo.

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Demonstration of HC Hwang and YK Hong at he 1st US Nationals.

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Demonstration by HC Hwang (509) and Young Ki Hong (9193) at the 1st US Nationals in Monticello, NY, USA.

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US Headquaters office in Springfield office during the 1978. Natalie D’Alessio, and April Pampalone, and Danny are showing at the photo.

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Demonstration between HC Hwang (509) and CS Kim (2457) during 1978.

1978 October 26th-28th: The 3rd Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Championships at London, England.  Attended with the U.S. Team members

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USA Team with officials; Seated from left: Brent Laymond (), Llyod Francis (), Doug Pratt (), and Gary Cholakian (). Standing from left: YK Hong (9193), HC Hwang (509), and CS Kim (2457). Team member Gary Tarr (20576) is not in the photo due to medical check up.

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Group photo after ending ceremony at the 3rd Internationals in Watford, England. Yong Ki Hong (9193), Chun Sik Kim (2457), Eung Kyo Han (1369), HC Hwang (509), Kang Uk Lee (70), Dong Mun Kim (3167), Pal Yong Lee (549), Stephen Coleman (17656), Anthony Ooi (16518), George Wilson (20501), Louis Loke (23436), A Metaxas (20680), George Page (11772) are in the standrole.

October 26-28, 1979: U.S. National Convention for Ho Sin Sool / Hyungs standardization 1979_GMHK_... The founder’s clinic in California during 1979. 1979_KJN_H... HC Hwang (509) and YK Hong (9193)’s demonstration at Scranton, PA during 1979. 1979.jpg The founder’s visit to US Region 9 in 1979. Sitting from the left: Mrs. Hwang Kee, Founder, CS Kim (2457), JS Lee (). Standing from left: Vic Martinov (10189), Geroge Page (11772), Fred Kenyon (14345), Andy Ah Po (10187), Llyod Francis (12924), Ted Mason (12895), and Terry Updike (18480).

1978-11_Bl... 1980’s  

1980: November: 2nd U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship, Pittsburg, PA. 1980_The_2... The 2nd US Nationals in Pittsburgh, PA. Yeon Seo (20564) hold the Grand Champion trophy along with HC Hwang (509), Mrs. Hwang Kee, and CS Kim (2457). 1980_Korea... Goodwill demonstration between Korea and USA at the Jang Choong Gym in Seoul, Korea. 1980_KDJ_M... US Federation Korean instrucor’s meeting at the Ramada Inn, Newark Airport. Sitting from left: Seong Ki Pak (4737), Kyung Ae Kim (14351), HC Hwang (509), CI Kim (475), TB Chung (12641). Standing from left: Kook H Cho (6963), Young Man Lee (9381), Myong Seok Seo (2322), Tong In Chang (6694), Yong Ju Lee (7575), CS Kim (2457), YK Hong (9193), In Kee Hong (16541), Wha Yong Chung (410), JS Lee (). 1980_KDJ_M... One of US Federation meeting with the founder. From left: Russ Hanke (4137), Andy Ah Po (10187), Tong In Chang (6694), Llyod Francis (12924), Fred Kenyon (14345), HC Hwang (509), Ted Mason (12895), CI Kim (475), Joe Goss (12191), TB Chung (12641), Arthur Pryor (), CS Kim (2457), Chalie Ferarro (19986), Robert Beaudoin (5661), YK Hong (9193).

 

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1981 April: 3rd U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship , Roselle Park High School, NJ. 1981_Scran... Photo took atter the PA tournament with the founder and his wife. Standing from left; HC Hwang (509), Joe Margitich (15876), Darrall Thomas (21424), Yeon Seo (20564), Mary Ann Walsh (17926), Fred Tagliaferro (20624), and John Juliano (20945). 1981_Scan0... Dan sparring at the 3rd US Nationals.1981_Batch... 1981_3rd_U... Team from Netherland with HC Hwang (509) at the 3rd US Nationals. 1981_3rd_U... 1981_3rd_U... 1981_3rd_U... 1981_3rd_U... 1981_3rd_U... 1981_3rd_U...

 

 

 

1981_3rd_U... 1981_3rd_U... Founder’s greeting at the 3rd US Nationals in NJ 1981_1st_M... The 1st video production from the US Federation. It covered all basic moves both in hand and foot techniques, and Ki Cho Hyungs, Pyung Ahn Hyungs, and Passai. This picture taken at the US Headquarter’s school in Springfield, NJ, USA

1981-5_Dae... USA Goodwill tournament in Dae Jeon, Korea in May 1981. Founder, HC Hwang (509), and Hon In Lee (2163) are standing.

May 1981: Promoted to Chil Dan in Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan.

1982 November:  4th U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship / Internationals, Atlantic City, NJ. 1982_Scan1... 1982_Scan1... Dan sparring match at the 4th US Nationals in Atlantic City, NJ. 1982_Sprin... Instructors who attended for the 4th Internationals in 1982. They took a photo at in front of Founder’s resident. From left: Kang Uk Lee (70) and his wife from England, Beom Ju Lee (11870), Mrs. Hwang Kee, Kyong Ahn Choi (4661) from Denmark, Hong Rae Kim (8914) from Ruxemberg, The founder, Young Ki Hong from USA, Khun Hwa Lee from Greece (8321), Hyuk Yoon Kwon () and Yong Jin Kim (17331) from Korea. 1982_4th_I... Team match orientation at the 4th Internationals. The founder’s visit to California in 1982. From left: Ted Mason (12895), Brenda Mason (19515), Founder, Teddy Mason (27655), HC Hwang (509), and Keiko Mason (19023) 1982_Maryl... Seo Myung Seok (2322) presented an invitational tournament in Maryland during 1982. 1982_GM_de...   The founder’s preparation for the Hwa Sun Hyung demonstration at the 4th Internationals. 1982_GMHK_...   1982 November:  Attended the special Chil Song Hyung clinic by the founder.   1982-5_US_... The site that used as headquarters of the U.S. Tang Soo (Soo Bahk) Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation in Springfield, NJ during 1980s.

1983 August:  The 2nd Chil Song Hyung clinic by the founder. Kang Uk Lee (70), W.Y. Chung(410), C.I. Kim (475), H.C. Hwang (509), and C.S.Kim (2457) were attended. 1982_GM_Ch... 1983_GM_Ch... 1983-8_CSH... Founder’s Chil Song Hyung Clinic in Springfield, NJ. USA during 1983. From Left; Kang Uk Lee (70), Wha Yong Chung (410), Chung Il Kim (475), and HC Hwang (509).

1983 November:  Attended 5th, U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship, San Diego, CA. 1983_5th N... 1983_US_Na...   1983_Scan0...   1983_HQs_S... HC Hwang (509) with (standing from left) Larry Trachenberg (22623), Neil Davino (19988), Yeon Seo (20564), Frank Bonsignore (15805), Linda Morey (20742), Glenn Regenye (21927), Joe Mele (22463), and Sam Maxwell (22916). Seating from: John DiFiore (23709), ?? (), Peter Weisman (23708), and Bill Weber (23641). 1983_Batch... Founder’s visit to Oklahoma, USA during 1983. Founder, HC Hwang (509), Rick Bailey (20514), Mrs. Bailey, Kris Poole (20632) are showing in this photo.

1983 December 4th-7th: The 1st U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa (for 4 days) at Springfield, NJ.  Candidates were; Lloyd Francis (14500), Larry Jones (158490, Ron Cehner (18450), Patrick Jorgensen (18934), Daniel Nolan (19035), and Russ Hanke (4137) as an official. 1983_1ST_k... 1983-12_1s... The 1st Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in November 1983. Candidates for 4th Dan were Patrick Jorgensen (18934), Daniel Nolan (19035), and Ronald Cehner (18450) and Llyod Francis (12924) as 5th Dan candidate.

1984 October: Attended 6th U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship, West Point, NY 1984_6th_U... 1984_6th_U... 1984_Nat_F... 1984_KJN_I... HC Hwang (509) is conducting a Judge’s clinic at the 6th US Nationals in West Point, NY. Andy Ahpo (10187), Victor Martinov (10189), Ben Cortese (11689), and Ron Cehner (18450) are showing in this photo. 1984_6th_U... 1984_West_... The founder’s visit to the West Point Soo Bahk Do Class during 1984. In Kee Hong (16541), Young Ki Hong (9193), Tchang Bok Chung (12641), Mrs. Hwang Kee, The founder, HC Hwang (509), Russ Hanke (4137), Mary Ann Walsh (17926), and Don Southerton (19192) are seating in front.

1984 November: Assist at the Founder’s Euro Chil Song Hyung clinic in England 1984 Europ... 1984_Tulsa... 1984_Texas... HC Hwang is conducting a regional clinic in Tulsa, OK during 1984.

1984 December 3rd-7th: The 2nd U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at the Springfield Hqs Do Jang in NJ.  Candidates were; L Seiberlich (1815), Ben Cortese (11689), Jeff Moonitz (17650), Fred Scott (19187), and Russ Hanke (4137) as an official.

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The 2nd Week long Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in 1984. From left: L Seiberlich(1815) for 6th Dan candidate, B. Cortese(11689) for 5th Dan candidate, J Moonitz(17650), and F Scott(19187) are for 4th Dan candidates in 1984.

1984-09_Bl... 1985 May: Assisted at the 2nd Euro Chil Song Hyung Clinic by the founder at the London, England 1985_Chil_... 1985_Chil_... 1985 Chil Song Hyung and Moo Pal Dan Khum clinic by the founder in England. The founder, Kang Uk Lee (70), HC Hwang (509), Louis Loke (23436), Peter Chin (19982) ar showing in this photo along with students of Moo Duk Kwan in England.

1985 November: 7th U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship, Anaheim, CA. 1985_7th_N... Judge and Refree clinic at the 7th US Nationals.1985_7th_N...1985_TeamH...

Philip Bartoracci (20571), Kris Poole (20632), Alan Caponigro (22633), Phil Duncan (20631), Ed Bobbitt (25054), and Ted Smith (22011) during the 7th US Nationals.

1986 March: Assisted at the 3rd Euro Chil Song Hyung Clinic at London, England 1986_Chil_... The founder hand out participant’s certificates after the Chil Song Sa Ro clinic in England.

1986 June 13th: Their first daughter is born ( Sun Hee Hwang)

1986 August: The 5th World Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Championships at the Watford Leisure Center, England.

November 1986: The 3rd U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at Springfield Hqs Do Jang in NJ. It was the first full 8 days of Shim Sa at the new headquarters Do Jang in NJ.  Candidates were; Andy Ahpo (10187), Victor Martinov (10189), Wilton Bennett, Jr. (19027), Frank Schermerhorn (19787), Don Southerton (19192), Charlie Ferraro (19986), Yeon Seo (20564), Philip Bartolacci (20571), and Russ Hanke (4137 1986_KDJ_T... 1986_KDJ_B... Victor Martinov (10189) during the break. Wilton Bennett, Jr. (19027) is in the rear of the photo.

1986 November: The  8th U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship , Stamford CN. 1986_8th_U...   1987 June: Assisted the Founder’s Chil Song Hyung clinics for the South East Asian Region at Sarawak, Malaysia. 1986_Chil_... 1986-6_Mal... 1987 July: International Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center, NY 1987_Natio... 1987_Nat_S... 1987_slide... The Founder is teaching at the Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center, NY in July 1987. HC Hwang (509) is assisting the founder. 1987-7_US_... Ko Dan Ja members in 1987. From left: M.A. Walsh(17926), A. Ahpo(10187), L. Seiberlich(1815), S.D. Cho(8013), HC Hwang, WY Chung(410), R. Hanke(4137), V. Martinov(10189), J. Moonitz(19650), and R. Cechner(18450) at the 1987 Summer camp.

1987 November:  The 4th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at the headquarters Do Jang, Springfield, NJ

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1987 USA KDJ, Sa Dan candidates from left; Fred Messersmith (20729), Brian Wilbourn (20641), Kris Poole (20632), and William Johns, Jr. (20535) at the Headquarters.

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1987 USAKDJ, Frank Bonsignore (15805), Oh Dan candidates, at the oral testing at the final presentation

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1987 USA Ko Dan Ja at the Headquarters Do Jang in Springfield

 

1987 November: The 9th U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship, Bal Harbor, FL. 1987_9th_U... Introduction of the Founder at the 1987 US Nationals in Miami, Florida.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

\1987_HCH_N... 1987_HCH_C... 1987_9th_U... The first public Chil Song Five (O Ro Hyung) Demonstration at the 1987 US Nationals.

 

1987 December: Assisted the Founder’s Chil Song Hyung clinics for the South America Region in Buenos Aires, Argentina.   1987 Argen... H.C. Hwang with the Moo Duk Kwan Leadership in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1987_Argen... 1987_Argen... Moo Duk Kwan in Argentina during 1987. Francisco Blotta (19455) is leading outdoor class. 1987_GM_vi... The founder’s first visit to Argentina for the Chil Song Hyung clinic in Buenos Aires in December 1987. Jose Blotta (20557), Rafael Blotta (21469 (), ??, Daniel Maronna (20561), Roberto Fernandez (22294), Uran (), Ricardo Longinotti (22616), Raul Urquiza (22615), L are showing in this photo.

 

1988 May: Attended the Grand Opening ceremony for the Central Headquarters Do Jang in Seoul, Korea 1988_Hwang... 1988-5_GMH... Grand Opening for the New Central Do Jang of Korean Soo Bahk Do Association, Moo Duk Kwan in Nam Young Dong, Yong San Ku, Seoul in May 1988. The founder is meeting with Professor Na, Hyun Seong who introduced Moo Yei Do Bo Tong Ji to the Founder for the first time. 1988_Dan_S... 1988_KDJ_S...     1988_Malaa... The founder’s visit to Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia during 1988. The founder with (standing from left: Yong Ki Hong(4142), Man Seok Park (8073), HC Hwang (509), and Bu Heng Kim (17304).

1988 July: International Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center in NY

1988 November: The 5th Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, U.S.A. , at headquarters Dojang, Springfield, NJ. 1988_KDJ_S... The 1988 Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at US Hqrs. Do Jang in Springfeidl, New Jersey. Seating from left: Russ Hanke (4147), Founder, HC Hwang (509), YK Hong (4142). Standing from left: Greg Puriefoy (20724), Wm Diaz (20603), Sue Robin (19459), Daymon Kenyon (19839), Kris Poole (20632), Phil Duncan (20631), Frank Schermerhorn (19787), Ho Sik Pak (16859), Paul Barton (17409), Ron Cechner (18450), Anthony Ah Po (19005), William Johns, Jr. (20570), Dae Kyu Jang (20780), George Wilson (20501), Linda Morey (20742), George Dolby (19028)

 

1988 November: The 10th U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship, West Point, NY 1988-11_at... 1988_GM_an... 1988_West_... 1988_Nat_.jpg 1988 December: Assisted the Founder’s Ko Dan Ja clinic in Seoul, Korea 1988-5-29_... 1988_KSBD_... HC Hwang (509) conduct Chil Song Hyung clinic at the Joong Ang Do Jang in Yong San, Seoul in 1988.

1988: Conducted seminars at Winter Camp, (Yuk Ro Hyung) Homestead, FL.

1989 – July 2002: Served as the Vice President for the World Moo Duk Kwan

 

1989 May 15th: Organized the International Goodwill Demonstration & Clinics at the Lotte Hotel in Seoul, Korea. 1989-5-15_... 1989-5_Int... 1989-5_Int... 1989_Inter... Hong Yong Gi (4142), H.C. Hwang (509), Hong In Ki (16541). Perform a unique demonstration of Chil Sung O Ro Hyung at the 1989 Goodwill Demonstration in Seoul, Korea. 1989-5_Int... The Founder’s entrance followed by Choi Hee Seok (5), Park Sang Tcheon (48), Anastasios Metaxas (20680). Founder is recognized by Black Belt Magazine’s Hall of Fame, as Man of the Year 1989.

1989 May: Promoted to Pal Dan in Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan.

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The Founder with H.C. Hwang (509) and Hong Yong Gi (4142).

1989 July : International Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center, NY 1989_circa...   H.C. Hwang (509) demonstrates Chil Sung O Ro Hyung at the 1989 National Camp in New York. 1989_KJN_C... 1989_Inter... 1989 National Summer Camp in New York. Seated from left to right; Charles Ferraro (20629), Donald Southerton (19192), Jeff Mooniz (17650). H.C. Hwang (509), Russ Hanke (4137), Mary Ann Walsh (17926), Frank Schermerhorn (19787), Phillip Bartolacci (20571).

1989 October: The 6th Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, U.S.A. at the Headquarters Dojang, Springfield, NJ.

1989_KDJ_S... Standing left to right; Russell Colston (22358), William Ginyard (19960), Lois Roccado (20570), Ben Cortese (11689), Paul Barton (17409), Lloyd Francis (12924), Fred Messersmith (20729), Jeff Moonitz (17650), James Donnelly (14436), Bill Diaz (20603), William Johns (20535), Hong In Ki (16541), Sandra Russell (21351), John Johnson (20510), Marlene Kachevas (20786). Seated in Chairs; Hong Yong Gi (4142), Russell Hanke (4137), The Founder, H.C. Hwang (509). Seated on floor; Thomas Reyes (21956), Steve Propst (20636), Linda Morey (20742), Bill Nelson (21420), Thomas Lux (21944), Ken McNeel (21383).

 

1989-11_7t... 1989-11_7t... NOTE:  The 1989 Candidates were given unique Do Boks from the Grand Master Hwang Kee for their dedication and participation at the Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa. 1989-11_7t... 1989_HKee_... William Ginyard (19960) with the Founder, Russ Hanke(4137), H.C. Hwang (509). 1989-11_7t... Lloyd Francis (12924) with the Founder and H.C. Hwang (509). 1989_HKee_... In Ki Hong (16541), Russ Hanke (4137), The Founder, H.C. Hwang (509). 1989 October:  Attended 11th U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship, Anaheim, CA. Nationals ... 1989_US_Na...

1990’s  

 

1990 March: Conduct the Euro Tour for clinics at England, Belgium, Italy, and Greece

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H.C. Hwang (509) in London.

1990_Athen...

H.C. Hwang (509) and his group being greeted by Keun Hwa Lee (8321) and members from the Greek Federation at Athens Airport.

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Clinics with H.C. Hwang (509) in Greece.

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Clinics with H.C. Hwang (509) in England.

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Clinics with H.C. Hwang (509) in England. Sandra Russell (21351) is assisting

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Clinics with H.C. Hwang (509) in Greece.

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Meeting of European Moo Duk Kwan representatives in London. Romano Yap (17724) standing far left. Han Eung Gyo (1369) seated. H.C. Hwang (509). Hong Yong Gi (4142). Gianni Anile (21328).

1990_Italy...

Meeting with Italian members regarding Kang Uk Lee conflicts.

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Italian Moo Duk Kwan.

1990 April: Assisted the Founder’s clinics and meeting with Ko Dan Jas in Korea. 1990_KDJ_S... Seminars with the Founder in Korea. Left to right; Song Gyu Hwa, Kim Yong Duk (2), Shin Kwan Yong (440), Choi Hee Seok (5), Kim Du Ryeol (5998).

1990_Korea...

Clinic with Founder at MDK Headquarters in Korea. Standing left to right; Chun Kwan Ho, Kim Jong Hwan (18051), Oh Moon Seop (20943), Han Chi Seop (17453), Choi Ki Un (22360). Kneeling left to right; Kim Jin Oh, Kim Yu Eup (24015). Seated on floor; Hwang Dal Ho (22225).

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Clinics with the Founder at the MDK Headquarters in Korea.

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Clinics with Founder at the MDK Headquarters in Korea. Hwang Dal Ho (22225) and Oh Moon Seop (20943) are seated in front. Kim Yu Eup (24015), Chun Kwan Ho and Kim Jong Hwan (18051) seated in second row.

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Clinics with the Founder at the MDK Headquarters in Korea.

1990 July: International Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center, NY

1990 October 6th: H.C. Hwang and  Se Hun are married

1990 October: The 12th U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship, Concord Hotel

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Demonstration team with H.C. Hwang KJN. Russ Hanke (4137), Larry Seiberlich (1815), Hong Yong Gi (4142), Hong In Ki (16541), Ben Cortese (11689), Lloyd Francis (12924).

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H.C. Hwang (509) demonstrates with Hong In Ki (16541) and Hong Yong Gi (4142).

1990 November: The 7th Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, U.S.A. at headquarters Do Jang ,Springfield, NJ.

1991 March: The first U.S. TAC Committee members were appointed by the Founder.  They were; W.Y. Chung (410) L. Seiberlich (1810) Russ Hanke (4137) S.D. Cho (8013), Y.K. Hong (9193), A. Ahpo (10187), V. Martinov (10189)

1991 March: Assisted the founder at the 1st Yuk Ro Hyung clinic for newly appointed U.S. TAC members at the headquarters Do Jang in Springfield, NJ

1991 July: Yuk Ro Hyung Clinics for the U.S. Regional Examiners at the Summer Camp at Owaisa Bauer, FL.

1991 August 21st: Their second daughter is born ( Ji Min Hwang)

1991 August: International Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center, NY

1991 November: The 8th Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, U.S.A. at headquarters Do Jang, Springfield, NJ.

1991 November: The 13th U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship, Hollywood, FL.

1991 December: Attended and assisted the Founder at the International Demonstration and Clinics in Mar Del Plata, Argentina.

1992 March: Assisted the Founder at the Yuk Ro / Chil Song Hyung Clinic at the Central Headquarters Do Jang in Seoul, Korea.

1992 June: Assisted the Founder for the Yuk Ro Hyung Clinics and attended with the U.S. Team for the International Demonstration in Athens, Greece.

1992 July: International Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center, NY

1992 September: The U.S. Summer Camp in San Bernardino Mountain, CA

1992 October: The 14th U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Championship, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

1992 November: The 9th Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, U.S.A. at headquarters Dojang ,Springfield, NJ.

1993 April: Attended the Euro Clinic in Bruxelle, Belgium.

1993 July: International Summer Camp in Connecticut.

1993 September: Co-author of the Instructional Guide for Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk  Kwan.

1993 October: The 15th U.S. Nationals, Dallas TX.

1993 November: The 10th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at the Headquarters Do Jang in Springfield

1994 January 10th: Their third daughter is born ( Ji Sun Hwang)

1994: “Instructional Guides” National Tour, to promote New Gup Instructional Guide books to membership for increased standardization.

1994 June: The annual Euro clinics and meeting for preparing the Euro Federation in Bruxelle, Belgium.

1994 June: International Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center, NY

1994 September:  The 16th U.S. Nationals, San Diego, Ca. The official name changes to the United States Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation from the United State Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation at this event.

1994 September: Attended the 2nd International Youth Goodwill Championships in Zurich, Switzerland.

1994 September: Assisted Birth of the Euro Federation in Zurich, Switzerland.

1994 October: Worked with Mexican Task Force members for the Mexican Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk  Kwan Federation.

1994 November: The 11th Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, U.S.A. ,Springfield, NJ. ( last time the Founder, Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee attended a Ko Dan Ja in the U.S.A.)

1995 April: Attended the 1st Euro Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation Clinics and meeting since its official birth in Bruxelle, Belgium.

1995 June: The 17th U.S. Nationals, Orlando, FL.

1995 July: International Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center, NY

1995 September: The Moo Duk Kwan 50th Anniversary Celebration at the Seoul Culture and Educational Center in Seoul, Korea

 

 

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All participants are signing to the history of the MDK 50th

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The 50th of Moo Duk Kwan Banquet Dinner with participants from around the World

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The founder is cutting cake. Sang Chon Park(48) on his left and HC Hwang on his right.

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Poster for the MDK 50th.

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The Founder’s Clinic at the MDK 50th.

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The founder’s Clinic at the MDK 50th in 1995

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The founder’s Clinic at the MDK 50th. H.C. Hwang and D. Kenyon demonstrate for the participants under the direction of the Founder.

1995 November: The 12th Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, U.S.A. at headquarters Dojang, ,Springfield, NJ.

1996 February 24th: Attended and assisted the 1st Euro Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Championships at the Nescot Sports Center, Surrey, England.

1996 March 8th: Assisted the Founder the Ko Dan Ja / Instructor’s clinic at the Central Do Jang in Seoul, Korea.

1996 March 23rd: Conducted the Euro Spring Camp in Belgium.

1996 May 18th: Reunion with the Mexican Moo Duk Kwan.  Conducted clinics and meeting in Mexico City and Queretaro, Mexico.

1996 June 22nd: Conducted Clinics and Demonstration for the French Moo Duk Kwan in Paris, France.

1996 July 18-20: International Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center in Phoenicia, NY

1996 August 1st-3rd:The 18th U.S. Nationals at the Town & Country Hotel in San Diego, CA.

1996 September 22nd:  Assisted the Founder for the Ko Dan Ja / Instructor’s Clinic in Seoul, Korea.

1996 October 11th-13th: The U.S. National Camp at the Camp Fern in Marshall, Texas.

1996 October 24th-27th:  Conducted the International Goodwill demonstration and clinics in Mendoza, Argentina.

1996 November 10th:  Assisted the Canadian Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation was formed in Toronto, Canada.

1996 November 16th-24th: The 14th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in, at headquarters Dojang,  Springfield, NJ

1997 March 29th: Assisted the Founder’s Neh Gong Clinic at the Central Do Jang in Seoul, Korea.

1997 April 12th-13th:  Conducted the annual Euro Clinic in Belgium. Attended the Grand Opening of the new Headquarters Do Jang for the Belgium Moo Duk Kwan in Perwez, Belgium.

1997 May 17th: Assisted the Founder’s Neh Gong Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul, Korea.

1997 July 17th-19th: Conducted clinic for the Mexico Moo Duk Kwan in Mexico City, Mexico.

1997 August 15th:  The 19th U.S. Nationals at the Hilton Hotel in Cherry Hill, NJ. Demonstrated Chil Song Yuk Ro Hyung for the first time.

1997 September 12th-13th: Attended the 2nd Euro Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Championships in Wald, Switzerland.

1997 October 10th-12th:  The U.S. National Camp at the Camp Fern in Marshall, Texas.

1997 October 14th: Mother: Cho Kyung Kap passes away at the age of 83 (married to Hwang Kee for 69 years)

1997 November 15th-23rd: The 15th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at headquarters Dojang,  Springfield, NJ

1997 December 6th: Conducted a clinic for the Puerto Rico Moo Duk Kwan in San Juan, P.R..

1997 December 11th-15th:  Conducted clinics and demonstration for the 30th years of Moo Duk Kwan in Malaysia at Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.

1997 December 17th-21st:The first visit to Philippines Moo Duk Kwan and conducted clinics at Davao City. Philippines.  Accompanied by Daymon Kenyon (19839), Robert Hedges (22420), and Russell Colston

1998 March 21st-22nd: Assisted the Founder’s clinic for Ko Dan Ja and Instructors in Seoul, Korea.

1998 March 28th-29th: Conducted clinics for the Mexico Moo Duk Kwan in Mexico City, Mexico.

1998 April 24th-26th,  Conducted the annual Euro Clinics in Belgium.

1998 May 29th-31st: Conducted the U.S National clinics for Chil Song / Yuk Ro Hyung in San Diego, CA

1998 June 13th-14th: Assisted the Founder for the Ko Dan Ja Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul, Korea.

1998 June 26th-28th: International Summer Camp at the Pathwalk Center in Phoenicia, NY

1998 July 14th-17th: Attended and assisted for producing the Study Guide Video.

1998 July 30th-August 1st: The 20th U.S. Nationals, Cincinnati, OH.

1998 August 8th-15th: Conducted the Euro Swiss Camp at the Piz Beverin in Swiss Alps.

1998 August 28th-30th:  Conducted Chil Song Yuk Ro Hyung clinic in Seattle, WA.

1998 September 19th-20th:  Assisted the Founder for the Ko Dan Ja Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

1998 October 9th-11th:The U.S. National Camp at the Camp Fern in Marshall, TX.

1998 November 14th-21st: The 16th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Highfall, NY (It is the first time having the Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa outside of the Headquarters Do Jang)

1998 December 10th-15th: Conducted the 1st South East Asia Leaderships Seminars (SEALS) in Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.

1998 December 18th-19th: Assisted the Founder’s Clinics for the Ko Dan Ja in Central Do Jang in Seoul.

1999  January 1st: The 1st Senior Advisory Committee (SAC) was appointed by the Founder. They were:

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10189

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. W.Y. Chung (410), 2. Seiberlich (1815), 3. Hanke (4137), 4. Ahpo (10187), 5. Martinov (10189)

1999 January 1st: The 2nd generations of the US TAC members were appointed by the founder.  They were:

15805

15805

12895

12895

4825

4825

19787

19787

19839

19839

20571

20571

10805

10805

17650

17650

17926

17926

Robert Shipley (4825) – Neh Gong Bu Ted Mason (112895) – Neh Gong Bu Frank Bonsignore (15805) – Neh Gong Bu Frank Schermerhorn (19787) – Weh Gong Bu Daymon Kenyon (19839) – Weh Gong Bu Philip Bartolacci (20571) – Weh Gong Bu Hyuk Woon Kwon (10805) – Shim Gong Bu Jeff Moonitz (17650) – Shim Gong Bu Mary Ann Walsh (17926) – Shim Gong Bu

1999 March 19th-21st: Conducted the Euro Clinic and Demonstration for cerebrating the 25th anniversary of the Moo Duk Kwan in Belgium.

1999 May 14th-15th: Conducted clinics for the U.K. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation in Manchester, England.

1999 July 29th-31st: The 21st U.S. Nationals, Houston, TX.

1999 October 22nd-24th: Attended the Greek National Championships to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Moo Duk Kwan in Greece and conducted clinics and demonstration in Athens, Greece.

1999 October 29th-31st: Attended the National Championships to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Moo Duk Kwan in Argentina and conducted clinics and demonstration in Mendoza, Argentina.

1999 November 13th-21st: The 17th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Highfall. NY

August 31, 1999: Promoted to Gu Dan (9th Dan) in the Moo Duk Kwan

2000’s (by year)

2000 February 25th –March 3rd: Conducted the 2nd South East Asia Leadership Seminars (SEALS) in Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia.

2000 March 4th-5th: Assisted the Founder’s Ko Dan Ja Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2000 March 17th-19th: Attended and assisted the annual Euro Clinics in Belgium.

2000  March 31st-April 2nd: Attend the symposium for the “Moo Duk Kwan philosophy in Corporate America” in Atlanta, GA.

2000 April 15th: Attend the 25th anniversary celebration for the U.S. Headquarters Do Jang in Springfield, NJ.

2000 May 12th-13th: Assisted the Founder’s Ko Dan Ja Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2000 June 9th-17th: The 18th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Carbondale, CO.

2000 June 23rd-25th: International Summer Camp in Elka Park, NY.  The new Soo Bahk Do Ki Cho was introduced.

2000 July 15th-22nd: Conducted the Euro Swiss Summer Camp at the Piz Beverin in Swiss Alps.

2000 August 18th-20th: Conducted the U.K. National Clinics at the Clayton Green Sport Centre in Manchester, England.

2000 August 25th-27th: The U.S. National Summer Camp at Fort Casey, WA.

2000 September 22nd-October 1st: Organized the Millennium Visit with the Founder in Korea. 2000 October 6th-8th: The U.S. National Camp at the Camp Fern in Marshall, TX.

2000 November 8th-12th: The 22nd U.S. Nationals in Mount Vernon, NJ.

2000 November 16th-20th: Conducted clinics for the Mexico Moo Duk Kwan in Mexico City, Aguas Caliente, and Pachuca.

2001 2001 February 23rd-March 1st: Conducted the 3rd South East Asia Leadership Seminars (SEALS) in Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia

2001 March 3rd-4th: Assisted the Founder’s Ko Dan Ja Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2001  March 15th-18th: Attended and assisted the annual Euro Clinics in Belgium. The Goodwill championships took placed between team of Euro and U.S.A.

2001 May 15th-16th: Assisted the Founder’s Ko Dan Ja Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2001 June 1st-9th: The 19th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, at the Camp Pontiac in NY.  The Moment of Master weekend started from this event.

2001 June 24th-30th: Conducted the Euro Camp in Agistri Island in Greece

2001 July 25th-28th:  The 23rd U.S. Nationals at the Town & Country Hotel in San Diego, CA.

2001 August 17th-21st: Organized visits with the Founder in Korea and had a demonstration in Yoju City. Future Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa was discussed with the founder.

2001 October 3rd-4th: Assisted the Founder’s Ko Dan Ja Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Korea.

2002

2002 February 11th-12th: Assisted the Founder’s Ko Dan Ja clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul. The 1st Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa plan was made for the 2002.

2002 February 28th-March 3rd: The U.S. Studio team and Leadership seminars at the Meadowland Sheraton Hotel in Meadowland, NJ.

2002 March 14th-18th:  Assisted the annual Euro Clinics in Warve, Belgium.

2002 May 11th-12th: Assisted the Founder’s Ko Dan Ja Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2002 May 16th-20th: Conducted clinics at cities of Aguas Caliente, Guadalajara, and Irapuato in Mexico.

2002 June 13th-22nd: The 20th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa  in Carbondale, CO.

2002 June 26th-July 2nd:  Conducted the 4th South East Asia Leadership Seminars (SEALS) in Darwin, Australia.

2002 July 14th: Father / Founder:  Hwang Kee passes away.

2002 July 20th: The World Moo Duk Kwan and the Korean Soo Bahk Do Association called the special Board of Director’s meeting for the new successor. Jin Mun Hwang (aka H. C. Hwang) became as the 2nd Kwan Jang Nim for the Moo Duk Kwan.

2002 July 31st-August 3rd:  The 24th U.S. Nationals at the Sheraton Hotel in East Rutherford, NJ.  This National was contributed to memory of the Founder of the Moo Duk Kwan.  The inaugural ceremony of the 2nd Kwan Jang Nim for the Moo Duk Kwan took placed.

2002 September 28th: The inaugural ceremony of the 2nd Kwan Jang Nim for the Moo Duk Kwan took placed at the Central Do Jang in Seoul, Korea.

2002 October 3rd-9th: The week long 1st Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at Dae Doon Mountain in Korea.

2002 November 1st-3rd: Met with the U.S. Senior Advisory Committee (SAC) to discuss future of the Moo Duk Kwan in Randolph, NJ (Birth of the President Vision Tour).

2002 November 6th-11th: Conducted clinics and shared the Vision in Cordoba, Argentina (The beginning of the PVT)

2002 November: Announces Vision Tour I, world tour to begin in 2003

2002 December 10th-11th,  Conducted the Ko Dan Ja Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Korea.

July 2002 – Present: Serving as the President of the World Moo Duk Kwan and the Life President of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation  

2003

2003: The World wide Vision Tour to relate Moo Duk Kwan History and Traditions. To share Objectives for the Moo Duk Kwan in the upcoming years. His motivation was as follows,

Our beloved Founder of the Moo Duk Kwan, Grandmaster Hwang Kee passed away on July 14, 2002. Upon his passing, Grandmaster Hwang Kee became part of the Past. We are the present, and the future of the Moo Duk Kwan. It is dependant upon us and our actions. Now is a very important time in the Moo Duk Kwan’s history for the present members to “Strengthen  the foundation” of the Art so that the foundation will carry and ensure the future longevity of our art into the next  generations

2003 January 11th: The first Vision Tour at Honesdale, PA

2003 January 25th: The PVT at Houston, TX

2003 February 1st: The PVT at Carlsbad, CA

2003 February 8th: The PVT at Bradley, IL

2003 February 15th: The PVT at Danbury, CT.

2003 February 22nd; The PVT at Atlanta, GA

2003 February 26th: The PVT at the Ko Dan Ja Clinics in Seoul, Korea.

2003 March 13th-17th: The PVT at the annual Euro Clinics in Warve, Belgium.

2003 March 26th-30th: The PVT at the U.S. Leadership seminars in Meadowland, NJ

2003 April 20th: The PVT at Santa Barbara, CA

2003 April 25th: The PVT at Cherry Hill, NJ

2003 May 3rd: The PVT at Myrtle Beach, SC

2003 May 16th-24th,  The PVT at the 21st US Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa and the Moment of Master weekend in Bethany Louisiana.

2003 June 19th; The PVT at Manhasset, NY

2003 June 18th-29th: The PVT at the first week long Euro Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Agistri island, Greece

2003 July 1st-2nd: The PVT and clinics for the Italian Moo Duk Kwan in Rome, Italy.

2003 July 7th: The PVT at New Windsor, NY

2003 July 8th:The PVT at Fishkill,, NY

2003 July 10th: The PVT at Kingston, NY

2003 July 11th: The PVT at Ellenville, NY

2003 July 12th: The PVT at Binghamton, NY

2003 July 16th: The PVT at Baltimore, MD

2003 July 17th: The PVT at Williamstown, NJ

2003 July 18th: The PVT at Cherry Hill, NJ

2003 July 19th:The PVT at Freehold, NJ

2003 July 26th-30th: The PVT at the 25th U.S. Nationals and the 1st World Moo Duk Kwan Designee’s Symposium in Meadowland, NJ

2003 September 4th-8th; The PVT at the United Kingdom National Clinic in Manchester, England.

2003  October 2nd-9th: The PVT at the 2nd Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Dan Yang, Chun Ra Province.

2003 October 23rd: The PVT at St. Cloud, MN

2003 October 24th: The PVT at St. Paul, MN

2003 October 31st: The PVT at New Milford, CT.

2003 November 7th: The PVT at Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

2003 November 8th: The PVT at Mobile, AL.

2003 November 9th: The PVT at Atlanta, GA

2003 December 12th: The PVT at Bradley, IL.

2003 December 13th: The PVT at Lakewood, OH.

2003 December 14th: The PVT at Marquette, MI.

2003 December 15th: The PVT at Southgate, MI.

2004

2004 January 11th:  The PVT at Chesapeake, VA

2004 January 23rd-31st: The PVT at the 22nd U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa and the Moment with Master weekend in Mobile, AL.

2004  February 21st: The PVT at Springfield, NJ

2004 February 27th:  The PVT at Seoul, Korea.

2004 March 17th: The PVT at Camas, WA

2004 March 18th: Channel Town, WA

2004 March 19th, The PVT at Wenatchee, WA

2004 March 25th-27th: The PVT at the annual Euro Clinics in Warve, Belgium.

2004 April 13th: The PVT at Santa Barbara, CA.

2004 April 14th: The PVT at Torrance, CA.

2004 April 15th: The PVT at Aliso Viejo, CA.

2004 April 16th: The PVT at San Diego, CA.

2004 April 17th: The PVT at Carlsbad, CA.

2004 April 21st: The PVT at Tulsa, OK.

2004 April 22nd: The PVT at Dallas, TX.

2004 April 23rd: The PVT at Carthage, TX.

2004 April 24th: The PVT at Houston, TX.

2004 May 2nd: The PVT at Myrtle Beach, SC.

2004 May 21st: The PVT at Danbury, CT.

2004 June 2nd-8th: The PVT at the 5th SEALS (South East Asia Leadership Seminars) in Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia (The official Australian National Federation was formed and recognized during the event)

2004 June 12th-13th: The PVT at Clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2004 June 19th: The PVT at Manhasset, NY.

2004 June 26th: The PVT at Red Stone, CO.

2004 July 10th-17th: The PVT at the Euro Swiss Camp at Piz Beverin in Swiss Alps.

2004 August 18th-21st: The PVT at the 26th U.S. Nationals at the Town & Country Hotel in San Diego, CA.

2004 September 24th-27th: The PVT at the U.K. National clinics in Manchester, England.

2004 October 7th-15th: The PVT at the 3rd Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Tcheong Pyung,Korea

2004 October 23rd: The PVT at Cherry Hill, NJ.

2004 October 30th: The PVT at Middleton, MA.

2004 November 1st-6th: The PVT at the 1st week long Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa for the South American Region which was held in Mendoza, Argentina.

2004 November 11th-17th: The PVT at the 2nd World Moo Duk Kwan Designee Symposium at Guadalajara, Mexico.

2004 December 14th: The PVT at Springfield, NJ. 2004: “Man of the Year” for Black Belt Magazine

2005

2005 January 7th-14th: The PVT at the 23rd U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa and the Moment with Master weekend in Ramona, CA.

2005 March 12th-13th: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinics at the Central Do Jang in Korea.

2005 March 19th-25th: The PVT at the 2nd Euro Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Belgium.

2005 March 25th-26th: The PVT at the Annual Euro Clinics in Warve, Belgium.

2005 April 23rd: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinics at the Headquarters Do Jang in Springfield, NJ.

2005 April 29th: The PVT at Myrtle Beach, SC.

2005 May 7th: The PVT at Hudson Valley Region in NY

2005 May 21st: The PVT at Detroit, MI

2005 May 27th: The PVT at Liberty, NY

2005 June 11th: The PVT at the Headquarters Do Jang in Springfield, NJ

2005 June 25th: The PVT at Springfield, NJ.

2005 July 4th-15th: The 3rd anniversary for the Founder’s passing memorial in Korea

2005 July 21st-23rd: The PVT at the 27th U.S. Nationals at the Double Tree Hotel in Orlando, FL.

 2005 July 22nd: Appointed the 3rd Generation of U.S. TAC members. They were:

19461

19461

19787

19787

23082

23082

19839

19839

23132

23132

23269

23269

20571

20571

20780

20780

21909

21909

Steve Diaz (19461) – Neh Gong Bu Frank Schermerhorn (19787)  – Neh Gong Bu Cash Cooper (23082) – Neh Gong Bu Daymon Kenyon (19839) – Weh Gong Bu Craig Hays (23132) – Weh Gong Bu Jeff Griggs (23269) – Weh Gong Bu Philip Bartolacci (20571) – Shim Gong Bu –Chairperson Dae Kyu Jang (20780) – Shim Gong Bu Ken Trevelyan (21909) – Shim Gong Bu

 

 

2005 July 23: Forms the Hu Kyu In: Objective is to maintain, preserve, and perpetuate he History and Traditions of Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan, sharing it’s knowledge, experience with its members and their community. Members include:

4825

4825

10805

10805

12895

12895

15805

15805

17650

17650

 

17926

17926

  1. Robert Shipley, (#4825)
  2. Hyuk Yoon Kwon, (#10805)
  3. Ted Mason, (#12895)
  4. Frank Bonsignore, (#15805)
  5. Arthur Pryor, (#16505) 2005-2009
  6. Jeffery Moonitz, (#17650)
  7. Mary Ann Walsh, (#17926) Deceased: August 22nd , 2012
  8. Wilton Bennett, (#19027)

 

20729

20729

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fred Messersmith, (#20729) ** 2009 Frank Schermerhorn,(#19787) added as liaison to T.A.C. (Technical, Advisory,    Committee) ** 2012 Phillip Bartolacci, (20571) added

 

 

2005 July 29th: The 2004 Black Belt Men of the Year Award ceremony and banquet at the Global theater Universal Studio in Hollywood, CA

2005 July 30th: The PVT at Hollywood, CA and later at the Santa Barbara, CA.

2005 July 31st: The PVT at Torrance, CA.

2005 August 1st: The PVT at Carlsbad. CA

2005 August 27th: The PVT at Yakoma, WA

2005 September 10th: The PVT at Minneapolis, MN

2005 September 23rd-29th: The PVT at the 4th Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Sok Cho, Kang Won Province.

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2005 September 28th-30th: The PVT at the 3rd World Moo Duk Kwan Designee Symposium at Sok Cho.

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2005 October 6th: The PVT at Tcheong Ju, Korea.

2005 October 23rd: The PVT at Myrtle Beach, SC.

2005 October 28th-29th: The PVT at Silver Spring, MD

2005 November 5th: The PVT at Freehold, NJ.

2005 November 7th-14th: The PVT at the South American clinic at Santiago and Vina Del Mar in Chile.

2005 November 11: The PVT at Vina Del Mar in Chile.

2005 November 19th: The PVT at the Instructor’s class in Springfield, NJ.

2005: December 16th-17th: The PVT at the member’s clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2006

2006 January 13th-15th: The PVT at the U.S. Moment of Master weekend at Mobile, AL

2006 January 13th–20th: The PVT at the 24th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa with new TAC in Mobile, AL.

2006 February 11th: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinic for the U.S. Region 2 in Springfield, NJ.

2006 March 11th: The PVT at Stratford, CT.

2006 March 17th-18th: The Hu Kyun In’s weekend (The first Guardians of the Art Seminars) at the Headquarters Do Jang in Springfield, NJ.

 

2006 March 24th-26th: The PVT at the Annual Euro Clinics in Warve, Belgium.

2006 April 22nd: The PVT at the U.S. Region 2 Dan Shim Sa at the Piscataway High School in NJ.

2006 April 28th-29th: The PVT at Myrtle Beach, SC.

2006 May 21st: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2006 May 26th-28th: The PVT at cities of Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco, and Mexico City.

2006 June 3rd: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinic at the Hqs School in Springfield, NJ.

2006 June 24th: The PVT at Williamstown, NJ.

2006 July 15th-22nd: The PVT at the Euro Swiss Camp in Switzerland.

2006 July 28th-30th: Conducted the PVT related seminars at the Black Belt sponsored seminars in Long Beach, CA.

2006 August 10th-12th: The PVT at the 28th U.S. Nationals, San Diego, CA. Jin Tae Hwang (11) was a special guest for the U.S, Nationals.

2006 August 14th: The PVT at Santa Barbara, CA.

2006 September 8th: Visited with Master Walter Okahara (31147) to present his 4th Dan certificates and belt.  He passed on September 11, 2006.       2006 September 15th: U.S.A. Leadership Objectives introduced:

  1. Strengthen our foundation
  2. Emphasize the Moo Duk Kwan’s uniqueness
  3. Covey our History
  4. Strengthen our five Moo Do Values
  5. Increase education
  6. Increase public visibility
  7. Financial stability

2006 September 16th: The PVT at the Ko Dan Ja Class in Springfield, NJ.

2006: September 21st-28th: The PVT at the 5th Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at the Dawit Mountain in Korea.

2006: October 17th-20th: The PVT at the 4th World Moo Duk Kwan Designee Symposium in Crete, Greece.

2006 October 21st-22nd: Conduct the International Clinics and Demonstration in Crete, Greece.

2006 October 21st-28th: The PVT at the 3rd Euro Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Create, Greece

2006 November 9th-13th: The PVT at the South America Region Clinics in Montevideo, Uruguay.

2006 November 18th: The PVT at the Instructors clinics in Springfield, NJ.

2006: December 2nd: The PVT at the Instructors clinics in Gillett, NJ.

 

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2007

2007 January 25th-26th: The PVT at the U.S. Moment with Master weekend in Ramona, CA.

2007 January 26th–February 2nd: The PVT at the 25th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Ramona, CA.  Special sessions for Hwa Sun Hyung for SAC (Senior Advisory Committee member) and Chil Dan candidates.

2007 February 22nd: The PVT at the Instructors clinics in Dae Ku, Korea

2007 February 24th: Conducted Hwa Sun Hyung clinic for SAC members in Korea.

2007 February 26th: Conducted a special clinic for foreign visitors from Australia and Belgium at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2007 February 28th: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2007 March 23rd-25th: The PVT at the Annual Euro Clinics in Andenne, Belgium.

2007 April 20th-24th: The PVT at the 6th SEALS (South East Asia Leadership Seminars) in Canberra, Australia. The international Youth Leadership Program was discussed for the first time.

2007 April 28th: Attended the Board of Director’s meeting for the Korean Soo Bahk Do Association.

2007 May 2nd: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2007 June 3rd: The PVT at the U.S. Region 3 in Myrtle Beach, SC.

2007 June 16th: Conducted the Hwa Sun Hyung clinic for U.S. Hu Kyun In members in Middletown, NY.

2007 July 8th: Conducted the National PVT Tele-Conference.

2007 July 28th: The PVT at the 30th years of anniversary at the Winding River Do Jang in Binghamton, NY.

2007 August 22nd-26th: The PVT at the 29th U.S. National Festival at the Town & Country Hotel in San Diego, CA. It was the first year to adopt the new format with the Moo Do festival. HC Hwang KJN demonstrated the Hwa Sun Hyung.

2007 September 28th-October 4th: The PVT at the 6th Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Pal Kong San, Dae Ku, Korea

2007 October 7th: Conducted the National Soo Bahk Do Demonstration at Dae Ku, Korea.

2007 October 8th: The PVT at the Instructor’s class at the Central Do Jang in Yong San, Seoul.

2007 October 26th-27th: The PVT at the U.S. Region 9 Dan Shim Sa in Santa Barbara, CA.

2007 November 9th-15th: The PVT at the 2nd South America Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Mendoza, Argentina.

2007: November 15th-18th: The PVT at the 5th World Moo Duk Kwan Designee Symposium in Mendoza, Argentina.

2007 November 17th-18th: Attend the International Goodwill Championships for the 33rd years of anniversary of the Moo Duk Kwan in Argentina.

2008 2008 February 23rd-24th: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinics at the Neo Gu Ri Village in An Seong, Kyong Ki Province where was the 2008 Korea Ko Dan Ja site.

2008 March 13th-16th: The PVT at the Annual Euro Clinics in Bruxelle, Belgium.  Hwa Sun Hyung classes for Senior Dans in Euro.

2008 March 29th: The PVT at the Hwa Sun Hyung Clinics for 6th Dan and higher ranks for the East coast region in Springfield, NJ.

2008 April 18th-19th: The PVT at the U.S. Region 5 Dan Shim Sa in Cleveland, OH.

2008 May 3rd: The PVT at the U.S. Region 2 Dan Shim Sa in Piscataway, NJ.

2008 May 10th: The PVT at the 121st Dan Shim Sa at the Central Do Jang in Yong San, Seoul.

2008 May 23rd-25th: The PVT at the clinics at Mexico City and Agua Caliente, Mexico

2008 June 21st-22nd: The PVT at the 1st South Jersey Moo Duk Kwan Festival in Pennsville, NJ

2008 June 28th: The PVT at the Instructor’s Hyung clinics in Springfield, NJ

2008: July 5th-11th: The PVT at the 4th Euro Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Wald, Switzerland.

2008 July 12th-19th: The PVT at the Euro Swiss Summer Camp in Thusis, Switzerland.

2008 August 14th-16th: The PVT at the 30th U.S. National Festival at the Town & Country Hotel inSan Diego, CA.

2008 August 15th-22nd: The PVT at the U.S. 26th Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at Town & Country Hotel in San Diego and moved to Ramona on August 17th and finished the Shim Sa in Ramona, CA.

 

2008: October 17th-23rd, The PVT at the 7th Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at Neo Gu Ri Village in An Seong, Korea.

2008 November 14th-17th: The PVT at the Greek National Clinics and Championships in Glyfada, Athens, Greece

2008 November 18th-23rd: The PVT at the 6th World Moo Duk Kwan Designee’s Symposium at Spa, Belgium.

2008 December 13th-17th: The PVT at the 7th SEALS (South East Asia Leadership Seminar) in Limbang, Sarawak, Malaysia.

2008 December 21st: The PVT at the Instructor’s Ho Sin Sool Clinic in Dae Ku, Korea

2009

 

2009 January 31st: Conducted a clinic for the 7th Dan and higher rank at Gillette, NJ

2009 February 7th: The PVT at the Ko Dan Ja / Instructor’s clinic in New Windsor, NY.

2009 February 21st: The PVT at the Regional clinic for R1 at Danbury, CT.

2009 March 7th: The PVT at the Ko Dan Ja Hyung clinics at Springfield, NJ.

2009 March 13th-14th: The PVT at the Il Soo Sik clinics at Santa Barbara, CA.

2009 April 17th: Visited Region 5 for Nai Han Ji Hyung clinic with attended Ko Dan Ja.

2009 April 18th: The PVT at the US Region 2 Dan Shim Sa in Pennsville, NJ

2009 May 1st-2nd: The PVT at the US Region 3 Dan Shim Sa in Myrtle Beach, SC.

2009 May 9th-10th: The PVT at the Ko Dan Ja / Instructor’s clinics at the Central Do Jang in Seoul.

2009 June 20th: The PVT at the 2nd South Jersey Moo Duk Kwan Festival at Pennsville, NJ.

2009 August 27th-29th: The PVT at the 31st U.S. Nationals / Moo Do Festival at the Town & Country Hotel in San Diego, CA.  Introduced the new World Moo Duk Kwan patch as well as the Moo Do Chul Hak in English version at the event. 456545_10150930109299879_1571299206_o

2009 August 29th-September 4th: The PVT at the 27th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, at Ramona,  CA.

2009 September 12th: Photo taking session for Hwa Sun Hyung, Chil Song Hyungs, and Yuk Ro Hyungs in Springfield, NJ.

2009 September 22nd-27th: The PVT at the 7th World Moo Duk Kwan Designee’s Symposium in Atlanta, GA. International Youth Leader team attended.

2009 October 11th: The PVT at the 1st Youth Hwa Rang training sessions sponsored by the Moo Duk Kwan Academy, Ellenville, NY

2009 October 17th: The PVT during the TAC tour event at the Region 2 Dan Shim Sa in Binghamton, NY.

2009 October 30th: Conducted and presented demonstration with the 2009 Korea Ko Dan Ja candidates at the Yong Oh Rhum Traditional Martial arts Festival in Yong In, Korea.

2009 October 31st-November 6,th The PVT at the  8th Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in An Seong, Korea

2009 November 15th-21st: The PVT at the 3rd South America Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Mar Del Plata, Argentina.

2009 November 21st: International Clinic and Championships for the 35th years of anniversary of Moo Duk Kwan in Argentina.

2010

2010 January 16th: The PVT at the Williamstown, NJ

2010 January 29th-31st: The PVT at the U.S. TAC training and meeting in Atlanta, GA. Sam Soo Sik was organized and the “Moo Do Ja Seh” was set as the theme for the year.

2010 February 13th: The PVT at the U.S. Region 2 Instructor’s clinic at the headquarters Dojang in Springfield, NJ.  Sam Soo Sik was introduced.

2010 February 18th-20th: Attended the U.S. SAC (Senior Advisory Committee) training and meeting at Santa Inez, CA. W.Y. Chung (410), H.C. Hwang (509), L. Seiberlich (1815), Russ Hanke (4137), V. Martinov (10189) were attended.

2010 March 1st: Conducted Moo Duk Kwan ambassador Tele-Conference.

2010 March 13th-19th: The PVT at the 5th Euro Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Warve, Belgium

2010 March 20st-21nd: The PVT at the Annual Euro Clinics in Warve, Belgium.

2010 March 28th: Attended the Regional Championships in Fishkill, NY.

2010 April 9th-11th: The PVT at the R7 TAC tour (Daymon Kenyon, 19839) in St. Paul, MN

2010 April 17th: The PVT at the R2 Dan Shim Sa in NJ.

2010 April 30th-May 2nd: The PVT at the R3 TAC tour (Ken Trevelyan, 21909) in Inwood, WV.

2010 May 4th: HC Hwang KJN started the Tuesday and Thursday classes at the Headquarters Do Jang in Springfield, NJ.

2010 May 21st-23rd: The PVT at the R2 TAC tour (Dae Kyu Jang, 20780) in Fishkill, NY.

2010 June 17th: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinic at the Central Do Jang in Yong San, Seoul.

2010 June 22nd-27th: The PVT at the 8th SEALS (South East Asia Leadership Seminar) in Darwin, Australia.

2010 June 23rd-26th: The PVT at the  8th World Moo Duk Kwan Designee’s Symposium, at Darwin, Australia.  It was the first Zone representative’s symposium.

2010 July 8th-11th: The PVT at the  32nd  U.S. Nationals / Moo Do Festival in Cherry Hill, NJ.

2010 July 22nd-25th: The PVT at the Region 10 TAC tour (Daymon Kenyon, 19839) in Ellenberg, WA.

2010 August 7th-14th: The PVT at the Euro Swiss Camp in Switzerland

2010 August 27th-29th: The PVT at the Region 1 TAC tour (Ken Trevelyan, 21909) in Boston, MA.

2010 September 17th-19th: The PVT at the Region 4 TAC tour (Philip Bartolacci, 20571) in Alpharetta, GA.

2010 September 24th-26th: The PVT at the Region 6 TAC tour (Kris Poole, 20632) at Carthage, TX.

2010 October 9th: The PVT at the R2 Dan Shim Sa in Williamstown, NJ

2010 October 15th: Attended and presented demonstration with Ko Dan Ja candidates at the Traditional Martial arts festival at the Khum Jeong Gym in Pusan.

2010 October 16th: The PVT at the special training session and banquet for the 65th Moo Duk Kwan anniversary in Kyong Ju, Korea.

October 16-22, 2010: The PVT at the  9th Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa,  in Kyong Ju, Korea November 12-14, 2010: The PVT at the U.S. Moment with Master weekend in Ramona, CA. 57961_443538864878_2910066_n 2010 November 12th-19th: The PVT at the  28th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, in Ramona, CA.

2011

 

2011 January 19th: Attended the Tele-Conference for the Moo Duk Kwan Ambassador sponsored by Terri Coffee (28912)

2011 January 25th: Korean Soo Bahk Do members visited the Headquarters for training.

2011 February 26th: The PVT at the Williamstown, NJ. Theme was the Moo Do Ja Seh.

2011 March 18th-19th: The PVT at the TAC tour (Craig Hays, 23132) for the U.S. Region 2 at the Headquarters Do Jang in Springfield, NJ

2011 March 25th-27th: Attended and assisted the Annual Euro Clinic and General Meeting in Warve, Belgium.   409275_10150560012919879_610141607_n 2011 April 14th-16th: The PVT at the TAC tour (Daymon Kenyon, 19839) and Region 9 Dan Shim Sa at Torrance, CA.  The concept of “START” program was started with assistance of V. Martinov (10189), D. Kenyon (19839), J. Mahony (28537), and J. Duncan (29793).

2011 April 30th-May 1st: The PVT at the U.S. Region 3 Dan Shim Sa & Instructor’s clinics in Myrtle Beach, SC.

2011 May 4th: Conducted the U.S. SAC (Senior Advisory Committee) Tele-Conference for the “START (Share The ART)” program.

2011 May 14th: Conducted the 127th Dan Shim Sa and PVT at the Central Do Jang in Yong San, Seoul.

2011 May 15th: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinic at the Central Do Jang in Yong San, Seoul.

2011 June 1st: The 4th Generation of the U.S. TAC was appointed. They were:

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Bill Nelson Sa Bom Nim

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Jennifer Gibbons, Sa bom NIm

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Jeff Griggs Sa bom Nim

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Kris Poole Sa Bom Nim

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Josh Lockwood Sa Bom Nim

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Lisa Kozak Sa bom Nim

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Daymon Kenyon Sa bom Nim

Cash Cooper (23082 – Chairman Bill Nelson (21420) – Neh Gong Bu Lisa Kozak (23540) – Neh Gong Bu Josh Lockwood (29577) – Neh Gong Bu Daymon Kenyon (19839) – Weh Gong Bu Craig Hays (23132) – Weh Gong Bu Jeff Griggs (23269) – Weh Gong Bu Kris Poole (20632) – Shim Gong Bu Dae Kyu Jang (20780) – Shim Gong Bu Jennifer Gibbons (32238) – Shim Gong Bu

2011 June 1st: Conducted Tele-Conference for promoting the “START” program.  The U.S. HKI (Hu Kyun In), TAC (Technical Advisory Committee). BOD (Board of Directors), and NPVT (National PVT Committee) were attended the conference.

2011 June 18th: The PVT at the U.S. Region 2 Hwa Rang Camp.

2011 June 10th: The PVT at the Manhasset, NY

2011 June 26th – July 2nd: The PVT at the Euro Summer Camp in Marathon, Greece. 397831_10150560013624879_1975645619_n 2011 July 6th-9th: The 33rd U.S. Nationals / Moo Do Festival at the Town & Country Hotel in San Diego, CA.

2011 July 21st-24th: The PVT at the U.S. Region 10 TAC tour (C. Cooper, 23082, J. Gibbons, 32238) and Summer Camp.

2011 October 15th-21st: The PVT at the 10th Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in An Seong, Korea.

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2011 November 4th-10th: The PVT at the 4th South America Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Mendoza, Argentina. 394398_10150560014209879_2110601845_n 2011 November 7th-11th: The PVT at the 9th World Moo Duk Kwan Designee’s Symposium in Mendoza, Argentina

2011 November 11th-18th:  The PVT at the 29th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, in Ramona, CA.

2011 December 2nd-6th: The PVT at the 9th SEALS (South East Asia Leadership Seminar) in Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia 393883_10150560014634879_900216891_n 2011 December 10th-11th: The PVT at the Instructor’s clinic in Ja Yu Dae Ryun in Tchoong Ju, Korea. 399907_10150560014784879_1703692745_n 2012

2012 February 25th: The PVT at the Instructor’s class in Springfield, NJ.

2012 March 30th: The PVT at the Annual Euro Clinics and Championships in Athens, Greece

2012 April 1st-7th: The PVT at the 6th Euro Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Glyfada, Athens, Greece.

2012 April 13th-15th: Attended and assisted the Region 5 Dan Shim Sa and clinics at Merrellsville, IN.

2012 April 19th: The PVT at Santa Barbara, CA

2012 April 20th-21st: Attended and assisted the Region 9 Dan Shim Sa and clinics in Santa Barbara, CA.

2012 May 1st: The PVT at Williamstown, NJ.

2012 May 3rd-5th: The PVT at the Region 3 Dan Shim Sa and clinics in Myrtle Beach, SC

2012: May 13th: The PVT at the 129th Classing Dan Shim Sa and Clinic at the Central Do Jang in Yong San, Seoul, Korea.

2012 June 8th-9th: The PVT at the Manhasset, NY.

June 27-30, 2012:  The 34th U.S. National Festival in Cherry Hill, NJ. USA 465490_10150725015719879_1422397398_o

 

2012 July 12th: Visited and trained with young generation of Ko Dan Ja at the Headquarters Do Jang in Springfield, NJ

2012 July 29th- August 4th: The PVT at the Euro Swiss Summer Camp at the Piz Beverin, in Swiss Alps.

2012 September 29th: Attended the Binghamton, NY for the 40th years of Moo Duk Kwan of Frank Schermerhorn (19787)

2012 October 12th-18th: The PVT at the 11th Korea Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa at Pal Gong Mountain, Dae Ku,  Korea.

2012 October 20th: The PVT at the 130th Dan Shim Sa and clinics at the Central Do Jang in Yong San.

2012 November 9th-11th: The PVT at the Moment with Master weekend in Ramona, CA.

2012 November 11th-15th: The 10th World Moo Duk Kwan Designees (Zone) Symposium in Ramona, CA.USA

2012 November 9th-16th:  The 30th U.S. Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa in Ramona, CA.

2012 December 8th: Guardians of the Art #2 seminar, Springfield, NJ.

2013  

2013 October 2nd: (#th) S.E.A.L.S. ( South / East / Asian/ Leadership / Seminars) Adelaide, Australia

2013 October 29th: Conducted,11th World Moo Duk Kwan Symposium, Athens, Greece Objectives: A. Youth Leadership

  1. Standardization of Jo-Kyo / Kyo-Sa / Sa Bom certification
  2.   Preparation for 70th Celebration, Seoul, Korea in 2015

2013 March 1st:  Euro Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, Belgium .

2013 March 22nd: Euro Seminars, Belgium.

2013 May(day): Euro Soo Bahk Do seminars Athens, Greece ( did you attend?)

2013 July 17th: 35th U.S. National Festival, Cherry Hill NJ. 977611_10151698407654879_1190657893_o   901392_10152116480869879_809586336_o

2013 July 27th: Conducted,7th Euro Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, Wald, Switzerland

 

2013 September 14th: Conducted, Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, Moo Do Festival, and seminars, Cordoba, Argentina

2013 October 11th: Conducted,12th Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, Seoul, Korea

2013 November 15th: Conducted,30th Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, San Diego, CA. 1525633_10152558713439879_774830472_n2014 2014 January: Vision Tour II  tour Announced

2014 July 17th-21st: 36th U.S. National Festival, Salt Lake City, UT. 1926697_10152518662649879_1029849704_n 2014 July 25th-Aug.4th: Euro Summer Camp, Switzerland (are you attending?)

2014 October 17th-26th: 13th  Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, Seoul, Korea

 

2014 November 14th-21st: 31st Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa, USA, San Diego, CA.

 

2015 July 30 – 37th U.S. National Festival, Danvers, MA,  below is a photo gallery of the 2015 National Festival in the United States. 2015-09-07_22-58-42

A milestone was reached in 2015 when five (5) loyal members of the Moo Duk Kwan School were promoted to 8th Dan.  See photo below:

Left to right Fred Messersmith, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 20729) from Torrance, California, Daymon Kenyon, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 19839) from San Diego, California,Vic Martinov, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 10189) from Santa Ynez, California, H.C. Hwang, Kwna Jang Nim,from Springfield, New Jersey, Larry seiberlich, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 1815) from Maplewood, Minnesota, James Donnelly Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 14436) from Hampton Roads,Virginia, Kris Poole, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 20632) from Longview, Texas and Bill Nelson, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 21420) from St. Cloud Minnesota

Left to right Fred Messersmith, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 20729) from Torrance, California, Daymon Kenyon, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 19839) from San Diego, California,Vic Martinov, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 10189) from Santa Ynez, California, H.C. Hwang, Kwna Jang Nim,from Springfield, New Jersey, Larry seiberlich, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 1815) from Maplewood, Minnesota, James Donnelly Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 14436) from Hampton Roads,Virginia, Kris Poole, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 20632) from Longview, Texas and Bill Nelson, Sa Bom Nim (Dan Bon 21420) from St. Cloud Minnesota

Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang has invited all Moo Duk Kwan members, past, and present and alumni to join him in Korea for the 70th Anniversary Celebration of the Moo Duk Kwan School.

 

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70th group photo korea 2015

 

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Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

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