Grandmaster Sung Jae Park holds a 9th degree black belt with the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF). He has taught in Indiana for over 45 years and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in teaching children, teenagers, and adults.
Grandmaster Park previously has taught martial arts at the U.S. Air Force in South Korea, the South Korean Air Force, Indiana University, DePauw University, Park Tudor, the Orchard School, Sycamore School, and St. Richard’s School. He holds an MBA from Butler University.
Our school is a traditional Taekwondo school where we emphasize focus, confidence, discipline, and respect along with the best self defense skills that cultivate coordination, agility, flexibility, strength, and stamina. An important aim of Taekwondo training is to gain physical fitness and self-defense skills. Practicing techniques and sparring helps to develop proper knowledge and movements. Having manageable goals in learning new techniques and moving up belt levels help bring confidence and a sense of accomplishment in students. Learning how to defend oneself is also an empowering feeling. However, students also learn discipline and respect, and develop positive character traits that can last a lifetime. At our school, we attempt to cultivate a sound body and sound mind so that students can acquire increased focus and mental clarity.
Our other master instructors who assist in teaching are highly qualified, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic teachers. Master Donald Perry is a 7th degree black belt. Also, Masters Emilio Santo, Larry Sizemore, and Marcus Clency are 6th degree black belts. All have studied under Grandmaster Park for more than 25 years.