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    Quote Originally Posted by TEA
    Madis goes into a bit of detail about that in his article. I'll have to re-read it, but doesn't the Kang and Lee article also mention Yun Kwei-byung's (founder of Jidokwan) unwillingness to join the KTA (forerunner of the WTF) and the split in Jidokwan when senior instructor Yi Chong-wu joined the KTA with a mojority of the Jidokwan members?

    Are you from a Jidokwan lineage, too?
    Yes, I am from a Jidokwan lineage as well as Chungdokwan, but spent the vast majority under the JDK flag. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by miguksaram
    Yes, I am from a Jidokwan lineage as well as Chungdokwan, but spent the vast majority under the JDK flag. :)
    Cool. My first TKD instructor was a student of Choi Bong-young, who was a student of Yun Kwei-byung and taught in Berkeley for a number of years before returning to Korea in the early 1980s to take over the family construction company.

    Here is an interesting article posted by Blues Man in another thread.

    http://www.taekkyon.de/download/Taekyon_JOAMA.pdf
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