The Philosophy of Chung Won Institute

Established in 1980, Chung Won Institute of Taekwondo is considered by many to be the home of tradition and innovation. We believe martial arts are not just a hobby, but a way of life. The purpose of the martial arts is to enable individuals to achieve their full potential, both mentally and physically. Without the mental aspect, the physical aspect is meaningless. At Master Chung’s Taekwondo School, this is the philosophy we maintain.

About Grand Master Won Kap Chung

Grand Master Won Kap Chung began his study of Taekwondo at the age of 10 in Korea. His instructor was Grand Master Sung Ook Choi. When Master Chung began, he was a shy boy of 10. By the time he had left Korea in 1977, he had developed into a National Champion. Shortly after Master Chung settled in Canada, he introduced Taekwondo to New Brunswick and Eastern Quebec.

The following are just some of Grand Master Chung’s achievements:

  • 9th Degree Black Belt
  • Certified Master Instructor
  • Over 30 Years of Experience
  • 1989 – Canadian Team Coach for World Championship in Korea
  • 1990 – Host of Canadian Team Trials
  • 1993 – Member of Goodwill Mission to Russia & China
  • 1994 – Canadian Team Manager for Pan Am Games in Costa Rica
  • 1996 – Chairman for the Youth Committee for Taekwondo Canada
  • 2000 – Host of Canadian Junior Team Trials
  • 2000 – Head of Team Canada 3rd Junior World Championships in Ireland
  • 2002 – Head of Team Canada 4th Junior World TKD Championships in Greece
  • 2003 – Canadian Taekwondo (TKD) Poomse Chairman
  • 2003 – World Muye TKD Championship Judge in Seoul, Korea
  • 2004 – International 1st Class Poomse Certified Referee in Korea
  • 2009 – Canadian Coach for Pan Am Poomse Championship in El Salvador
  • 2010 – Achieved 9th Dan in Korea
  • 2010 – Honorary Lifetime Member of Taekwondo Canada
  • 2011 – NB Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2011 – School of the Year Award

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