Archive for October, 2008

#12 Jung SuWon Young Warriors Club Search and Find Activity

October 28, 2008

Ok Jung SuWon Warriors…..

How well do you know your Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy?

The answers to this Jung SuWon Search and Find Activity are at Jung SuWon, (inside the building and outside the building) located at 4150 Technology Boulevard, Fremont, CA 94538.  If you have never been to Jung SuWon, “Right Now” is a great time to go check it out.  Here, Great Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim teaches the martial art of Jung SuWon including: Ki Energy, self defense, self confidence, self improvement, balance, awareness, discipline, health, fitness and more… 

Fremont Festival 2008 – Yong Sa Demo Team Performance

#11 Jung SuWon Class Line-Up

October 24, 2008

When you line up in Jung SuWon class, in your belt rank, do you know who your seniors and juniors are?  Whether the class is full or has just a few warriors, do you know who stands to your right, who stands to your left, who stands in front of you, and who stands behind you?  

In your next Jung SuWon class, when asked to line up, have an open awareness of who stands near you.

Who stands on the right side of you?   Write their name here:___________________

Who stands on the left side of you?  Write their name here:____________________

Who stands in front of you?  Write their name here:___________________________

Who stands behind you?  Write their name here:______________________________

Also, complete this Jung SuWon class line-up exercise

To get a book full of Jung SuWon training activities, purchase the 2 Jung SuWon coloring books found in Jung SuWon and online in NorthStar, Products, Children’s Literature.

To find out more about Great Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim and learn how other Jung SuWon Warriors have improved their lives through their training, click on the below links:

Jung SuWon School

Jung SuWon Testimonials

Blogs about Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy – Blog Site 1

Blogs about Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy – Blog Site 2

A New York Times Article

Jung SuWon Training Vodpod

Jung SuWon Training Blogs Written by Other Students – Blog Site 1

Jung SuWon Training Blogs Written by Other Students – Blog Site 2

Jung SuWon Training Blogs Written by Other Students – Blog Site 3

#10 Jung SuWon Young Warriors Club – Code of Ethics Word Search

October 19, 2008

The Answers for “#09 Jung SuWon Code of Ethics Fill in the Blanks Puzzle” are located in the Jung SuWon website and also in the dojang of Jung SuWon.  The English words for “Kamsahamnida” are “Thank You”.

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Take Action! Be prepared in advance! Practice reciting the Jung SuWon Code of Ethics every day.  All Jung SuWon warriors may be asked at any time, any where, and any day to recite the Jung SuWon Code of Ethics without any advance notice.  It is especially important to know the Jung SuWon Code of Ethics before testing for your next belt rank. 

Find All of the Missing Words!

Watch this Exciting Jung SuWon Black Belt Testing!


09 Jung SuWon Young Warriors Club, Code of Ethics!

October 8, 2008

The founder of Jung SuWon is Great Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim.  The Jung SuWon Code of Ethics is missing some words.  Print this page and fill in the blanks with the correct words:

As a ___________________________, I will strive to merge my _____________ and _______________ as ________.

So that I may discover the _________________ about my strengths and weaknesses.

And work to attain ______________________ of  ____________________________.

I will learn to ______________ myself.

And maintain _____________________ to my goals and purposes.

I will learn to ______________________ in order to achieve these goals.

And seek ____________________ in my ways.

So that _____ may ultimately become the _______________ of my ________________!

Kamsahamnida!   (Kam-sa-ham-ni-da )   

Kamsahamnida is Korean.  What is Kamsahamnida in English _________________________?

He Can Do!  She Can Do!  Why Not Me!

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The correct answers to “09 Jung SuWon Code of Ethics” will be given in the next entry #10.

The correct answers to question #1 of “08 Counting in Korean” are: Warm Up Stretches and Jumping Jacks

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Watch this video. What is the name of the Jung SuWon form in the Video? 


08 Counting in Korean

October 6, 2008

Counting in Korean is an important part of your Jung SuWon training. 

1.  In Jung SuWon class, what are you doing when you count : Hana-Dul-Set-Net!   Dul-Dul-Set-Net!   Hana-Dul-Set-Net!   Dul-Dul-Set-Net!

Circle the correct answers:  Warm-up Stretches, Jumping Jacks, Roll-Backs, Forms

2.  When everyone is lined up in two lines, the most senior student shouts “Hana“, the next senior shouts “Dul“, and each senior in the line shouts a number one at a time “Set“, “Net“, “Tassut“, “Yassut“, “Ilgop“, “Yodul“, “Ahop“, “Yul”  

3.  And then in the junior line, starting with the most senior student, each junior student shouts out one Korean number at a time.  

Say and Write the Korean numbers here:  Hana________   Dul________   Set________   Net________  Tassut________   Yassut________   Ilgop________   Yodul________   Ahop________   Yul________

Here are the Korean and English numbers together so you learn to say both:  Hana (one),  Dul (two), Set (three), Net (four), Tassut (five), Yassut (six), Ilgop (seven), Yodul (eight), Ahop (nine), Yul (ten)

The owner and founder of Jung SuWon is Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim!

07 Bees, Unity, and Honey!

October 1, 2008

A reminder of Dr. Tae Yun Kim’s philosophy is to work together in unity with your friends and family, as the bees show us in the video.  How many bees do you see working together?  In Jung SuWon class, and in your school, work together with your classmates. 

Bees visit these flowers in order to collect the nectar and in the process also pollinate the plants. 

Honey bees collect nectar and store it as honey in their hives. Nectar and honey provides energy for the bees flight muscles and for heating the hive during the winter. Honey bees also collect pollen which supplies protein for the bees to grow. Beekeepers harvest the honey.

The main uses of honey are in cooking, baking, spreading on bread or toast, and added to tea.  Raw honey also contains enzymes that help in its digestion, several vitamins, and antioxidants.

In Fremont, CA, on Sunday Mornings there is a Farmer’s Market in the Irvington area, close to the Safeway on Washington Blvd.  One of the booths at this Farmer’s Market has natural honey combs, honey sticks, different honey flavors to sample, small jars of honey, large jars of honey, and has recipes for cooking with honey. 

It is fun to explore the different types of foods at your local Farmer’s Market.

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