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Grandmaster Jun Kim is an 9th Degree Black Belt, and former National Champion of South Korea. He has been teaching martial arts for over 40 years, from South Korea, to Mexico, to the United States.  He is also one of the founders of Ko Am Mu Do.




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Ko Am Mu Do is a modern Korean Martial Art which has taken 2000 years to evolve. It is a combination of several traditional Martial Arts such as Tae Kwon Do , Hapkido, Jiu Jitsu and weapons techniques. It incorporates both mental and physical aspects, it teaches meditation, proper breathing, kicking and punching. It utilizes joint locking, pressure point strikes, rolling and grappling techniques and the use of weapons.  We teach true Martial Arts founded on the traditional values of Respect, Courtesy, Discipline, Integrity, Perseverance, and Self Control.

The Founding Grand Masters are four of the most respected and capable martial arts experts in the world.  
Young Ho Jun, 9th Dan.  Tampa, FL
Jin Chung, 9th Dan.  West Palm Beach, FL
Noah Guak, 9th Dan.  Ft. Myers, FL
Jun Kim, 9th Dan.  Ft. Lauderdale, FL

They have trained thousands of Black Belts, Masters and Grandmasters all over the world in addition to professional athletes, movie stars, instructors of special forces, law enforcement and CIA.

They have spent their entire lives dedicated to mastering and teaching Martial Arts.

To learn more, visit www.KoAmMuDo.com




Tae Kwon Do is a form of Korean Martial Art composed of diverse offensive and defensive movements, in which a person's hand and foot are used as weapons.  It employs both graceful movements and powerful and quick techniques at once, thus is helpful for the balanced development of physical ability.  The practice of Tae Kwon Do also has the effect of increasing muscular power and springing power and of improving the functions of heart and lung.  All the movements of Tae Kwon Do require precision and speed at the same time.  Rhythmical change between strength and restraint is also needed in the performance of techniques.

Emotional Benefits from the Practice of Tae Kwon Do

The "do" in "Tae Kwon Do" means "the right way of doing something", "the path of justice", or "what is right".  Then, the meaning of Tae Kwon Do is roughly "the right way of fist and foot fighting".  Tae Kwon Do, however, has some philosophical implications other than mere techniques and skills of fighting.  The word "right" points to "when and where to fight for what cause and what purpose" as well as "how to fight". 

A sincere Tae Kwon Doist should always bear in mind that one must use their power and techniques for the great cause of defending the weak and the just.  Reaching the state of uprightness and integrity of such caliber will not be so difficult as it sounds, if we develop a tremendous power somewhere inside of our body.  Maintaining equanimity of mind and keeping restrained in a critical situation is another respectable characteristic of a great Tae Kwon Doist.  

As a parent you can surely appreciate the advantage for your children being educated in such a courageous atmosphere during their formative years.  In the course of Tae Kwon Do training they are sure to find themselves to be more self-confident, armed with strengthened willpower, and free of petty envy or cowardice.  Straight forwardness against the strong and magnanimity to the weak is the sign of a genuine Tae Kwon Doist.  Ultimately they can enhance or regain a sense of firm control upon their lives.  This is an inherent result from all the physical training and mental cultivation that they would go through the course of Tae Kwon Do training.

Though it can be said that many kinds of sports activities play a role in forming "a sound mind in a sound body," Tae Kwon Do is notably a crystallization of the total spirit of the martial artist.  Tae Kwon Do is a philosophical guide toward a happy and healthy life both physically and mentally.