The Complete Idiot's Guide to Tae Kwon DoeBook - 1998
Thirty million people worldwide are performing tae kwon do-the Korean equivalent of karate-and thousands of centers have sprung up in America. Kids, adults, and even seniors are joining in the explosive fun. With easy-to-understand text and 75 clear line drawings and photographs scattered throughout, this layperson's book explains in simple terms the concepts of tae kwon do-how to limber up for practices, how to defend oneself, how to practice on one's own or with a partner, where to find classes, how to rate teachers, and much more.
Baker & Taylor
A guide to the Korean martial art chronicles the sport's history and explains etiquette, belts and rankings, and training routines