Jung's Champion Taekwondo Corporation

Mokena Self Defense Courses, Taekwondo Classes and Women's Self Defense

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TaeKwonDo - New Lenox, Mokena, Frankfort & Surrounding Areas

Master Jung

6th Degree Black Belt – Certified by Kukkiwon

Over 25 years of experience – At Master Jung’s TaeKwonDo, we are dedicated to helping each student attain their personal best.

Certified by Korea TaeKwonDo Association & Kukkiwon Instructor

Master Jung recognizes the impact a good teacher can have on a student.

Mexico International TaeKwonDo Championship

Gold Medal

Military TaeKwonDo Championship

Gold Medal

National TaeKwonDo Referree

Certified by Korea TaeKwonDo Association

Community Martial Arts Sports Coach

Certified by Korea Sports Ministry

Master Jung recognizes the impact a good teacher can have on a student. Classes offer the perfect blend of discipline and fun, taught with patience and enthusiasm. At Master Jung’s TaeKwonDo, we are dedicated to helping each student attain their personal best. Having completed his training extensively in Korea, as a member of various elementary, middle and high school teams. He was highly successful as a competitor and several times held the position of national champion. Master Jung is now directing his efforts to bringing the benefits of TaeKwonDo to the local community.

Master Jung’s Philosophy

In each student, I believe in uncovering a harmonic balance between the forces of respect, humility and a healthy moral standard. If balance between these forces is not achieved, disorder and failure is imminent.

The importance of respect could never be emphasized enough, as it’s the key to all healthy relationships in life, including between a Master and student. Respect must also be applied to the individual; if the student doesn’t respect himself first, the ability to respect peers and authority figures is nearly impossible to achieve. This can lead to the student lacking self confidence in himself and others, which often times leads to social exclusion. The foundation principle of respect applies to all aspects of life.

I believe that humility is a very important foundation principle of life, and isn’t easily acquired and must consistently be exercised to improve. Achieving success in TaeKwonDo must not increase self-confidence to a point of developing a feeling of superiority. As students grow in technique and self-confidence, they learn how to demonstrate humility which ultimately leads to further individual growth.

When the student practices respect and demonstrates humility repeatedly I believe the art of TaeKwonDo and the principles of courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, loyalty with an indomitable spirit builds and reinforces a healthy moral standard in each person.