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Please support a NEW super fun and easy to learn/play TAEKWONDO themed card game
A CAT THEMED dueling CARD GAME inspired by the Korean Martial Art TAEKWONDO
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I want to be an admin. I am an active fandom user. I can help this wiki. current admins make me an admin. u guys aren't even active.
I am a high white belt in taekwondo, and i hope to get to high red belt one day!
I am new to this wiki, I literally just discovered it like a minute ago. So just some generic info, I have been practicing taekwondo for around 5 yrs now. I am a first dan and my master and grand master are part of the World Taekwondo Federation. I hope to learn new things here on this wiki and I wish meet you all and conversation about taekwondo.
Just in general, not for any specific purpose. My favorite is the step behind side kick, least favorite the spinning hook kick.
I'm writing an article for my blog and am interested in the general feeling out there. Thoughts and opinions appreciated. :)
Why is it that some Instructors "NIT PICK" or correct a student in front of other students? I'm not talking about beginners but experienced black belts, especially when it seems they are doing their techniques right?
There's some errors I'm going to try to help fix, and I want to stop being dependent on the Black Belt Wiki for information.
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