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Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy
Taekwono Academy

Sun Yi'sTraditional Tae Kwon DoACADEMY

WELCOME

With over 30 years of Experience, Senior Master Scott Biskie has been teaching man, woman and children the art of Tae Kwon Do. Through his experinces in training, competition and as a Nationally Certified Instructor he has helped people throughout the country improve their balance, focus and discipline. Tae Kwon Do will help you increase respect, self-control and concentration through the principals laid out by Sun Yi's Academy Founder Grand-Master Yi.

Founder Sun Yi

Grand-Master Chae Sun Yi is the Founder, President and Chief Instructor of Sun Yi’s Academy and the Traditional Tae Kwon Do Association.

Grand-Master Yi has been teaching Tae Kwon Do for over 40 years. He began teaching in South Korea schools and became the Captain of the National ROK Army Tae Kwon Do team, who won the South Korea National President Cup.

During this time he also trained Army Officers and taught Army instructors for Vietnam. In 1973, he traveled to the United States with the desire to expand the knowledge of Tae Kwon Do. During 1973 and 1974, he taught at Iowa State University.

During this time he also trained Army Officers and taught Army instructors for Vietnam.
In 1973, he traveled to the United States with the desire to expand the knowledge of Tae Kwon Do. During 1973 and 1974, he taught at Iowa State University.

He began teaching at Kansas State University in 1975. To this day, his instructors continue to teach there.
He was the Director of the 1988 AAU National Jr. Olympics for Tae Kwon Do.

Grand-Master Yi is an Internationally Certified Master Instructor and recognized world-wide in the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do Today, Grand-Master Yi continues to teach and train.

BELTS

zz WHITE BELT

This represents the seed beneath the Winter’s snow – a beginning.

Chon Ji

Chon Ji is the first form taught to White Belts. Translated from Korean, it means “Heaven and Earth”; Chon Ji symbolizes the creation of the universe. According to Oriental tradition, the universe was created from two opposing forces which interacted to create the basic elements of matter. All things are equal and permanent and nothing is destroyed only changed; all things are changing and yet changeless. The four elements of the earth are heaven and earth, fire and water. The Chon Ji Hyung teaches a White Belt the basic stances and blocks to give a beginning student a strong base to build on.

ORANGE BELT

This represents the warmth of the Winter’s sun that melts the Winter snow and allows the seed to grow.

Dan Gun

(Orange-White Belt) Dan Gun was the legendary founding father of Korea; in 2333 B.C. Dan Gun founded the first Korean kingdom. October 3rd is a Korean holiday celebrating Dan Gun’s founding of Korea.

GREEN BELT

This is the color of the sprout and represents the Spring when the growth and activity abound.

Do San

(Green-White Belt) The name of the First Green Belt Hyung is also the name used by Chang Ho Ahn (1878-1938). Do San was a leader in education and a leader for the independence of Korea during the Yi Dynasty. After the Japanese invasion, Do San advocated freedom of choice in education, culture, and speech. He traveled to China and the United States several times until he was arrested and died in jail.

BLUE BELT

The color of the sky towards which the plant grows, receiving strength and nourishment.

Yul Gok

(Blue-White Belt) At age 13, Yul Gok (1536-1584) passed the national examination for public service and began an outstanding career in government. He wrote many books on philosophy, confucianism and public administration. Yul Gok ‘s writings had impact on social policy and the governmental system in the Yi Dynasty and he advocated a strong army be maintained against a Japanese invasion. The First Blue Belt, represented by a blue belt with a white stripe, practices the Yul Gok Hyung.

BROWN BELT

This represents the Summer sun that swelters with the intensity of the flowering arts.

Toi-Gye

(Brown-White Belt) Also known as Hwan Lee (1501-1570), Toi-Gye began his career with public service and, after retirement, gained international renown as a scholar of Confucianism founding the Do San Learning Institute, Toi-Gye Hyung is the first form of the Brown Belt and is represented by a brown belt with a white stripe.

BLACK BELT

This is the color of mastery. No color added to this can change or improve it. This completes a cycle that is now begun anew.

Kwang Gae

(1st Dan) As the 19th king of the Ko-Ku-Ryo Dynasty, Kwang-Gae (375-418) expanded the Korean empire into Chinese Manchuria. His tombstone states he conquered 64 castles and 1400 villages. This is the first hyung of the Black Belt Degrees and is marked by a black belt with a gold stripe.

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