There are a ton of great websites out there that provide all kinds of useful information about taekwondo. Here are some of the best ones:

  • Taekwondo Preschool - "The premiere learning guide to the art of taekwondo."
  • Taekwondo Animals - "Whether you are a Taekwondo beginner or a Taekwondo black belt, Taekwondo Animals provides you with free information on Taekwondo forms, sparring, stretching, kicks, self-defense & much more."
    • For many years this has served as the most comprehensive English-language reference on the Internet.
  • Black Belt Wiki (taekwondo section) - "Learn about Taekwondo Techniques, Forms & Patterns, Terminology, etc."
    • Like this Wikia website, this is a wiki for taekwondo as well as many other martial arts.
  • Taekwondo - "Helping you grow through martial arts"
  • Taekwondo - "Serious Student, Serious Taekwondo"
  • Blue Cottage Taekwon-Do - "Your source for Chang-Huhn patterns" - a great reference for ITF-style information
  • World Taekwondo Federation website
  • Kukkiwon website - "The center of taekwondo culture." Note that their techniques page starts here. Kukkiwon's online encyclopedia is here.

Gone But Not ForgottenEdit

A number of enthusiasts have put together great taekwondo websites over the last few years; some of these websites have since stopped publishing. 

  • - "Taekwondo with little blue robots," the source of the WTF-style poomsae diagrams on this wiki (you can also download the PowerPoint version of these diagrams from there)
  • Martial You (taekwondo section) - "It's already there, unleash your potential"
  • School of Martial Arts
  • Taekwondo Bible - "Here you can get the essence of taekwondo."
    • This website was originally developed in Korean but is translated into English.

Online ForumsEdit

YouTube ChannelsEdit

Here are some of the more noteworthy YouTube channels (noteworthy because they create original content, rather than just re-posting other people's content).

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