Chon-Ji of Tae Kwon Do Hyung
Jhoon Rhee has been called "The Father of American Tae Kwon Do" and holds the rank of seventh dan. He is internationally renowned and has instructed members of Congress. The chon-ji form is directed toward the beginning white belt. Applications are included with foot patterns, overhead views and one-step sparring.
Tan-Gun and To-San of Tae Kwon Do Hyung
Directed toward gold belt, this fully illustrated volume addresses these two taekwondo forms, along with combinations, attack techniques, and basic street-defense moves for the beginner.
Won-Hyo and Yul-Kok of Tae Kwon Do Hyung
Directed toward green belt, this fully illustrated volume features a special at-a-glance pictorial presentation of each of these taekwondo forms with step-by-step views, foot patterns and overhead photographs.
Chung-Gun and Toi Gye of Tae Kwon Do Hyung
Directed toward blue belt, this volume explains the forms required to be promoted to brown belt. An at-a-glance section with the movements in both hyung is included. Rhee is known as "The Father of American Tae Kwon Do."
Hwa-Rang and Chung-Mu of Tae Kwon Do Hyung
Directed toward brown belt, this volume explains the forms required to be promoted to black belt. A special page on Korean counting is included. Rhee is known as "The Father of American Tae Kwon Do."
Bruce Lee and I
The legendary martial artist and film star Bruce Lee had many students, but few teachers. Grandmaster Jhoon Rhee, who brought Tae Kwon Do from Korea to the United States in 1956, is one of those teachers...
Hope of Healing the World: Trutopia
If we all live with one simple habit – never do the things we know we shouldn’t; and always do the things we know we should – we all will be humanly perfect...