Ki Rak Cho gains Master status

Ki Rak Cho, owner of Master Cho’s Taekwondo School in Bellevue, has been indicted as a Master at the World Championship and Masters Ceremony by the American Taekwondo Association.

Ki Rak Cho, owner of Master Cho’s Taekwondo School in Bellevue, has been indicted as a Master at the World Championship and Masters Ceremony by the American Taekwondo Association.

Cho is a 6th degree black belt.

Many years of training are required for eligible and consideration into Mastership. A strong commitment to the community and family are also an important part of the determination process.

Cho has studied taekwondo for over 28 year. He is the father of two is an active member in his church and his children’s schools.

He opened his first Taekwondo in the United States in Bellevue in 2006. The school is located at 513 156th Ave. S.E.

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