quinta-feira, 28 de março de 2013

História da mulher coreana no TKD, após a Segunda Guerra Mundial

A modern history of women taekwondo in korea since the second world war  ( Review )

a  Department of Sport Science, Konkuk University, Chungju, South Korea
b  Department of Physical Education, Konkuk University, Seoul, South Korea
c  Department of Physical Education, Chungbuk National University, Cheongju, South Korea

The founding of the Korean Women Taekwondo Federation means the fetal movement of women taekwondo in Korea and it can be said to have been quite significant in that it increased women's confidence in their statuses and activities in the environments of the times when women's social activities were increasing. The development of women taekwondo competitions began in earnest when the first women taekwondo hall in the world was opened as a result of passionate activities of early female taekwondo practitioners and the first taekwondo club was established in Ehwa Woman's University. Women's aspiration towards the challenge to the Olympic Games as well as international competitions is gradually increasing through the expansion of the base of women taekwondo. The status of women taekwondo in Korea that has been enhanced through challenges to various international competitions thus far beginning with the single taekwondo championship of foreigners in Korea in 1968 can be said to have contributed to the enhancement of the status of Korea as the birthplace of taekwondo and it is considered that women taekwondo could have continuously developed through diverse taekwondo championships by age held with women's steady effort and the expansion of the base of women taekwondo instructors


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