We are excited to announce WORLD RENOWNED TAEKWONDO PIONEER SGM BOK MAN KIM will be holding a Book Signing at our dojang Monday, March 22nd, from 4pm – 7:30pm. SGM Bok Man Kim is an original founding pioneer of Taekwondo. He is also known as the Father of SouthEast Asian Taekwondo. SGM Bok Man Kim helped General Hong Hi Choi (Founder of Taekwondo) develop 15 of International Taekwondo patterns, the first Korean patterns developed for Taekwondo, in Malaysia from 1962-1964. The tuls he assisted with are Chon-Ji, Dan-Gun, Do-San, Won-Hyo, Yul-Gok, Joong-Gun, Toi-Gye, Kwang-Gae, Po-Eun, Choon-Jang, Ko-Dang, Yoo-Sin, Choi-Yong, Se-Jong, and Tong-Il. In addition, Bok Man Kim has said that he additionally had some but considerably less input on five additional tuls – Hwa-Rang, Eui-Am, Se-Jong, Chung-Mu and Gye-Baek – bringing the total to 20. He is now 86 years-old and still very active in the Taekwondo community. He is now sharing his martial arts knowledge through his books. Books and reservations are limited. Hurry to lock in your reservation on our website @ Gomasterkim.com/events . Two different books will be available for you to purchase to have autographed. If you purchase both books you will receive an official complimentary Chun Kuhn Taekwondo pin. Chun Kuhn Taekwondo is another style of Taekwondo that was also developed by SGM Bok Man Kim. Since reservations are limited and not every one can make the date we will also have two different options to get your book signed.
Option 1 : Book your reservation for March 22nd and purchase the book(s) you would like to have autographed on our website. Show up for you reservation, meet SGM Bok Man Kim, take a picture with him and have your book(s) autographed.
Option 2 : Purchase the book(s) you would like to have autographed on our website or at the dojang. Provide the name of the person you would like the book addressed to. We will have your book(s) autographed for you. You may pick them up by setting an appointment with the office.
**There will be NO CLASSES on Monday, March 22nd.**