• Hello!

    This is Grandmaster Jimmy R. Jagtiani: Founder and Father of Taekwondo in India.

    I have just posted "History of Taekwondo in India" in simple method.

    I think some editing require, can you help.

    Thanking you in advance

    Gm. Jimmy R. Jagtiani

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    • Glad to help! Will do!

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    • Which article needs the editing help? I'm not seeing the article.

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    • Oh, I found it. Got i!

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    • I think this should really be two articles: (1) a biography of you, and (2) a history of taekwondo in India. So I've broken up the content that way. See:


      The biography especially could use some additional detail.

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    • Thanks a lot for the editing.

      Gm. Jimmy 

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    • Dear (if you don't mind, kindly provide your name, thanking you)

      Thanks for the editing, it is wonderful, but some confusses to see the name of Master Chang Seong Dong linkwith Article. 

      Because Master Chang was with me during my first Visit Seoul Korea under Kukkiwon & WTF in the year 1978-1979.

      Because my second visits with 3 of my disciples to Seoul Korea in the year 1981-1982, Master Chang was also with us. Please see the attachment (news extract Times of India 1982)
      Cutting new 1982.

      Gm. Jimmy R. Jagtiani with his students and Gm. Chang Seong Dong With Dr. Un Yong Kim President of World Taekwondo Federation in the office of WTF in 1982.

      Gm. Chang Seong Dong was invited by us to India in the Year 1982. The other sources belowed is confussing:-

      • Other sources cite the 1979 emigration of Seong Dong Chang to India as the start of taekwondo in India.

      I think some modification needs to be done, if require, I can produce more information. Rest is fine. 

      Gm. Jimmy R. Jagtiani

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