Grandmaster J.H. Jeong
Grandmaster Jae Jeong has been studying Tae Kwon Do for over 45 years and graduated from the prestigious Yong In University in South Korea’s capital of Seoul with a major in Tae Kwon Do.
Having showed extreme progress and talent as a young Tae Kwon Do martial artist, Grandmaster Jeong entered numerous competitions in his youth and became the five time national champion in his native land of Korea. This would open up a whole new world of possibilities for this gifted martial artist. Grandmaster Jeong later became the founder and head coach of the “Korean Tigers” a Tae Kwon Do demonstration team that has “awed audiences” for years.
For he past 35 years Grandmaster Jeong has been sharing his talents with audiences, fellow martial artists and martial arts connoisseurs. As if all this weren't enough, Grandmaster Jae H. Jeong is not only Korea’s five time National Champion, his is also a 8th Degree (WTF) Black Belt. Grandmaster Jeong is President of the Massachusetts State Tae Kwon Do Association, and has coached at the U.S. Open Championships and U.S. National Championships. U. S. Tae Kwon Do Center is Olympic Sanctioned (certified).
Alex Jeong has been involved with Tae Kwon Do since he was 3 years old, and now at 23 he is a 4th Degree Master. Alex demonstrates each aspect of Tae Kwon Do both properly and in a humble manner. Below are some of Alex’s credentials:
Edward Jeong has been involved with Tae Kwon Do since he was 3 years old. At age 20 Eddie is a 4th Degree Black Belt. At age 19 Eddie motivates the students to push themselves and do their best everyday. Below are some of Edward’s credentials:
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