Many people who watch a spectacular movie openly ask friends and families to watch the movie. With this in mind, I would like to ask TTJC active members and/or former members how would you answer if someone asked you the differences between TTJC and other martial arts schools? I have clearly given some of the most important answers below.
Initially, TTJC opened in 1981 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Now, we have 10 different convenient locations. TTJC is attached to the World Taekwondo Federation Association and Yong-Inn University where students can attend and learn in the student exchange program.
Secondly, during the last 36 years, many black belt masters from other schools have competed against us, but no one has taken the victory from us. Everybody in town knew the story about the $30,000 challenge, and to this day the prize is still untouched. This is an open competition to challenge other martial arts schools to compare their student skills and ability to those of the TTJC students. The invitation to challenge is still active today. The TTJC Self Defense Program combines Taekwondo and Judo. If our masters are not better than other competitors, we refund 100% of their tuition according to the TTJC Challenge rules. More than 90% of what is taught in Taekwondo schools today would not be an adequate defense against the occurrence of injustice.
Thirdly, the average person will fall down more than 10 times a year, which means throughout their lifetime people will fall down close to 1000 times. When people fall down they usually fall head first. Our TTJC program combined with Judo allows us to teach falling techniques. No other schools are able to mimic the secrets of our falling techniques. For this skill alone you have a very good reason to learn TTJC Martial Arts.
Lastly, the TTJC tuition costs are affordable and reasonable. As a student, when you refer your friends and family members we give you a credit to reduce your economic investment. I can assure you that you and your friends will be confident and satisfied and they will have many reasons to appreciate being referred to us.
Please feel free to contact us about the Black Belt Club.
Grand Master P K Eun, TTJC Founder