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About Grand Master Song's Instruction

NL Tigers Taekwondo and Hapkido is being taught by world famous grand master D.C. Song , majored in martial arts and physical education in College of martial arts in Yongin University and came in this country in 1995. Since he started teaching Korean martial arts, Taekwondo and Hapkido in New Jersey and Northern Virginia, he has produced 267 official black belt students including 1st degree, 2nd degree, 3rd degree, 4th degree (master), 5th degree (master instructor), and 6th degree (head master) and is still dedicated to teaching martial arts for the future black belt students and training martial arts for further development of Taekwondo and Hapkido.
About Grand Master Song's Credentials

About Korean Tigers Pro Demonstration Team

The Korean Tigers Professional Demonstration Team represents the best of the best in martial arts. The Korean Tigers were founded in 1990 to promote Taekwondo worldwide. They perform during the international tour every summer and winter season. Their demonstrations include the exciting self-defense techniques of Hapkido, the grace of Kung Fu, the powerful blows of Kickboxing, the wrestling and tremendous break falls of Judo, the mastery of weapons of Kendo, and incredible gymnastic feats. And the most spectacular of all -- the gravity-defying kicks, the power breaking, and the precision control of Taekwondo. The Tigers have toured throughout the world, including Asia, Canada, Mexico, and South America. The Tigers' tours have also spanned America, from New York to Hawaii. They have performed at the U.S Taekwondo Open Championship at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, the World Cup in the Cayman Islands, the World Taekwondo Championship at Madison Square Garden, The Junior Olympics, and the Olympic Festival. The Tigers have received many awards from American, Korean and International Associations, including the President's Gold Cup in 1991. The Korean Tigers have been inducted into the Taekwondo museum at the Kukkiwon. The Tigers have appeared on sports shows such as ESPN. They regularly appear on Korean networks, and they have started in several training videos.