Who Teaches?

Grandmaster Kim has been studying and teaching Tae Kwon Do for over seven decades and holds the rank of 8th Dan Black Belt. He was chief instructor of the U.S. Army 2nd Infantry Division and served as team instructor for the R.O.K. (Republic of Korea) Army Marine Corps demonstration team. Grandmaster Kim has also instructed both civilian and Korean special police forces in the martial art of Tae Kwon Do.
Presently, Grandmaster Kim continues to personally teach all classes, thus giving every student the opportunity to learn from the Grandmaster himself. This is an important factor that has led to thousands of Black Belt students to study under him from around the globe. Grandmaster Kim directs his patience and enthusiasm to all of his students.

Children's Classes

Special children's classes are available for children of ages 3 and up. Parents feel that their children's grades, attitudes, concentration, and confidence gradually improve with Tae Kwon Do training. Grandmaster Kim and his team of instructors have an exceptional ability to communicate with children and teach them the true art of Tae Kwon Do.

Adult Classes

Men and Women of all ages, ranging from young adults up to senior citizens can enjoy the challenging, yet therapeutic aspects of their Tae Kwon Do training. Adults with differing goals (i.e. weight loss, boot camp regimen, muscle therapy, flexibility training, etc.) get the results they desire through guided instruction.

                                                                                      Private Session Programs are available to students who want one-on-one instruction to help supplement and enhance their martial arts training.  

Student Testimonials

  • I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere personal thanks to Grand Master Kwan Kyun Kim for his personal instruction. His guidance, inspiration and encouragement has helped given me the incentive... — David Margolin Read More
  • I've been studying Tae Kwon Do under Grand Master Kim Kwan Kyun for eight years. When I started I was 49 years old. I had never exercised consistently so I was not in shape. I had poor muscle tone and posture, and bad balance. ... — Dorit Rabinovich Read More
  • We are fortunate to have experienced your excellence in teaching Tae Kwon Do to our children for the past several years. Through your gentle but direct guidance, we witnessed over and over again their ability to... — Dr. Helmut Read More
  • I would like to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt thanks and greatest appreciations for my past twelve years of Tae Kwon Do training under your guidance and directions During these years, your life-lasting lessons of discipline, ... — Farid Farahmand Read More
  • I came to Kim's College of Tae Kwon Do (Richardson, Texas) in December of 2002 after recently having had my contract bought by United States Postal Service. I had moved to Dallas with my family while working for a company that was... — James Buckley Read More
  • A wise man once told me, "Nothing is impossible to a willing mind." At first I scoffed at these words; of course some things are impossible, I thought to myself. However, as I began practicing Tae Kwon Do I came... — Laura Buckley Read More
  • I am extremely honored to have been able to attend your school for the last 23 years, and I want to take some time and let you know how much I appreciate the personal attention that you always give me. Studying... — Mason Miller Read More
  • I would like to express my sincere gratitude for your instruction over the last four and a half years. Training in Tae Kwon Do under your guidance has been of tremendous benefit to my, greatly surpassing the expectations... — Reese L. Brown Read More
  • Over the past five years, TaeKwonDo has become a way of life. My everyday activities are influenced both mentally and physically through TKD. Kim's College of Tae Kwon Do Philosophy has become my way of living life more fully... — Steve A. Klein Read More
  • In 1996, my husband David and I were talking about doing something unique, as far as working out was concerned. I had been working out at the gym for many years and consequently had been in pretty good shape. My husband... — Tina Mauldin Read More
  • To reach beyond everyday mediocrity, to develop fully as human individual, and also to attain personal greatness, one must engage life in every dimension. One could say that one of these dimensions is physical fitness... — Rosenfeldt Read More