Reading Time: 5 minutes Dr. Kim Hui Young, Sa Bom Nim (김희영) (Dan Bon: 4861) This article tells the story of Dr. Kim Hui Young, Sa Bom Nim (김희영) (Dan Bon: 4861) who lost Moo Duk Kwan after returning from Military Service after the unification of Tae Kwon Do and happened to find it again after nearly 50…Read More
Dear Moo Duk Kwan Supporter, I trust this message finds you and your family in the best of health and spirits. Thank you for your very strong support of the Federation’s and Foundation’s fundraising goals iand we hope you will continue your strong support to help us continue pursuing our Mission objectives and Chartered purposes.…Read More
Reading Time: 1 minute The Foundation asks for your help distributing the enclosed informational brochure detailing how interested supporters can contribute to the Foundation’s important campaigns focused on increasing public awareness of, and participation in, our art.
The Foundation also seeks to provide financial support to the Federation thus providing new participation opportunities for individuals who otherwise may not have an opportunity to experience Soo Bahk Do®.Read More
Reading Time: 3 minutes Founder Hwang Kee told us that his original motivation for establishing the Moo Duk Kwan® in 1945 was to help human beings improve their Neh Gong (Internal power), Weh Gong (External power) and Shim Gong (Spiritual power) which would enable them to improve their relationships with others and thus help them contribute a positive energy…Read More
Reading Time: 4 minutes Your generous support and donations are needed today to help keep it that way. From humble beginnings in Japanese occupied Korea, Hwang Kee founded his first Moo Duk Kwan martial art school in Yang San Ku on November 9, 1945. He began teaching his unique martial (Moo Do) philosophy and his highly effective martial art…Read More
Reading Time: 1 minute On September 28, 2011, the IRS APPROVED the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Foundation Inc’s. Tax Exempt Status. The Foundation is now exempt from Federal Income Tax under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to the Foundation are now tax-deductible under section 1710 of the Code. Additionally, the Foundation is…Read More