Taekwon-Do Theory Assistant
This is a program designed to help students to learn their Taekwon-Do theory ready for their grading. It has been designed with the GTI school of Taekwon-Do particularly in mind. For the moment, it goes from Yellow Tag to 1st Degree Black Belt, and the main focus is on the Korean vocabulary.
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