South Korea - An incredible set of photos show eight thousand Taekwondo enthusiasts coming together on a field in Seoul. The practitioners, who are both young and old, came together in an attempt to break a Guinness world record; They claim to have smashed the previous record, which was of 1,152.
South Korea - WT published further analysis of the 2017 Muju World Taekwondo Championships as the federation continues to work with independent expert, Nielsen Sports, to analyze the benefits of hosting Taekwondo events.
South Korea - Dr. Un Yong Kim, founding president of World Taekwondo and former vice president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) passed away on October 3. He was 86 years old. MasTKD Español.
South Korea - The World Taekwondo referee leadership returns to the hands of an Asian Referee, in this case the Korean Canadian Songchul Kim, who from now on will be the new Director of the WT Referee Committee. MasTKD Español.
South Korea - A Taekwondo World Peace Festival including a concert, a parade, taekwondo demonstration, a forum and ceremonies will be held in Seoul and Muju from Sept. 2-4, 2017.
South Korea - While the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is about to jointly awarding 2024 and 2028 Games, World Taekwondo opens bidding process for its major events through 2024 to allow cities an opportunity to consider hosting multiple events and leaving greater legacies. MasTKD Español.
South Korea - World Taekwondo was officially launched as its new brand and logo were revealed at the General Assembly that was held a day before the first day of the 23rd World Taekwondo Championships in Muju, Korea. MasTKD Español.
South Korea - One day ahead of the opening of the 2017 WTF World Taekwondo Championships, the WTF General Assembly convened in Muju, Korea, to review the last four years’ progress and to prepare for this afternoon’s quadrennial leadership elections.
South Korea - The president of the World Taekwondo Federation (WT) said during the Executive Council meeting that "we desperately need Taekwondo stars".
South Korea - The upcoming World Taekwondo Championships 2017 in Muju, Korea, will be the biggest ever, featuring the largest number of participants in the sport’s history.