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Ahn’s Taekwondo in the Media


 

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Ahn’s TaeKwonDo School – March Business Profile by Lisa Neeld Feb 16, 2012

Read about Master Ahn in the upcoming March issue of Montgomery News: http://www.montynews.com/news/front_features.php

February Montgomery Sun

Read about Ahn’s Demo Team in the Montgomery Sun on page 3: http://cj.sunne.ws/files/2012/02/MG0201.pdf

Montgomery  Students  Demonstrate Taekwondo At Annual KOREAN-AMERICAN Thanksgiving Festival

Montgomery students displayed their Taekwondo skills with the only team invited to demonstrate at The Korean-American Association of New Jersey’s 8th Annual Korean-American Thanksgiving Festival of New Jersey on September 20th at Overpeck Park in Leonia, New Jersey.  Ahn’s Taekwondo Demo Team of Montgomery and Raritan won the Taekwondo competition at the Thanksgiving Festival in 2009 and 2010.

The Festival was first launched in September of 2002 to celebrate the traditional Korean holiday of Chusok, which is the equivalent of the American holiday of Thanksgiving. The Festival showcases Korean culture and heritage past and present.   Attendance at the event was expected to top 120,000 visitors but because of the weather only 80,000 attended.
Ahn’s TaeKwonDo School of Montgomery in Skillman, New Jersey was established in August 2002 as an affiliate of TaeHoKwan which consists of Ahn’s TaeKwonDo School of Raritan, New Jersey and Ahn’s TaeKwonDo School of Seoul, Korea.  All TaeHoKwan Schools have Masters and Instructors who have been certified by Kukkiwon (World TaeKwonDo Federation’s Headquarters in Korea) and are actively competing in National Level Competitions.   The Masters at Ahn’s TaeKwonDo Schools follow the same rules and regulations as the Olympic TaeKwonDo teams when teaching the traditional-style TaeKwonDo.

Montgomery Ahn’s Award-Winning Demo Team Performs at OHES International Night

Montgomery Ahn’s TaeKwonDo Demonstration Team will perform at 7:55pm, February 10th at the PTA’s International Night at Orchard Hill Elementary School.  Event attendees can all participate in mini TaeKwonDo classes from 7 to 9 pm with Ahn’s Masters.

Ahn’s Demo Team’s mission is to showcase the sport and spirit of Korean TaeKwonDo.  Team members are invited to join the team because they have exhibited superior skills and attitude. The Team is known for its enthusiasm and creative form, daring high-flying jumps and complex board breaking. Their high energy performance is set to fun music.

The Montgomery team is part of the larger Ahn’s TaeKwonDo team which includes students from Ahn’s Bridgewater school.  In 2011, Ahn’s Demo Team was the only team in the state invited to demonstrate at The Korean-American Association of New Jersey’s 8th Annual Korean-American Thanksgiving Festival.  Eighty thousand people attended the event.  Ahn’s Demo Team took first place in the Thanksgiving Festival’s Taekwondo competition in 2009 and 2010. The team has performed at the Bridgewater Four-H Fair from 2007 through 2011 and at the Somerset Asian American Heritage Celebration in 2007. 

The Montgomery  Ahn’s Demo Team members are 3rd  graders, Keely Seboria (OHES) and Nick Silady (Woods Road School), Village Elementary School 4th graders: Sarah Choi, Baily Eng, Aaron Kim, Lukie Maloney, 5th graders Michael Tarquinio (LMS) and Daniel Shin (Johnson Park School, Princeton), 7th graders Chinmay Deshpande and Saichinmaya Stayasi (UMS), and Montgomery High School students Emily Nudell (9th grade), Won Jun Choi (10th grade), and Veronica Fulton (12th grade).

Ahn’s TaeKwonDo School of Montgomery in Skillman, New Jersey was established in August 2007 as an affiliate of TaeHoKwan which consists of Ahn’s TaeKwonDo School of Raritan, New Jersey and Ahn’s TaeKwonDo School of Seoul, Korea.  All TaeHoKwan Schools have Masters and Instructors who have been certified by Kukkiwon (World TaeKwonDo Federation’s Headquarters in Korea) and are actively competing in National Level Competitions.   The Masters at Ahn’s TaeKwonDo Schools follow the same rules and regulations as the Olympic TaeKwonDo teams when teaching the traditional-style TaeKwonDo.  Ahn’s TaeKwonDo offers classes for students of all ages and skill levels.

From left to right: Chinmay Deshpande, Veronica Fulton, Michael Tarquinio, Won Jun Choi, Aaron Kim, David Shen, Lukie Maloney, Sarah Choi, Bailey Eng, Nicholas Silady, Keely Seboria
From left to right: Nicholas Luciano (Instructor), Chinmay Deshpande
Front Row: Keely Seboria, Lukie Maloney, Nicholas Silady; Second Row: Baily Eng, Daniel Shin and Saichinmaya Stayasi; Third Row: Won Jun Choi, Veronica Fulton.