Taekwondo is a conventional Korean military workmanship rehearsed in 188 nations.
Taekwondo is a conventional Korean military workmanship, which signifies “the method for kicking and punching”. In taekwondo, hands and feet can be utilized to beat a rival, however the trademark of the game is its mix of kick developments.
The source of taekwondo goes back to Korea’s Three-Kingdom time (c.50 BC) when Silla Dynasty warriors, the Hwarang, started to build up a military workmanship – Taekkyon (“foot-hand”).
Amid the mid twentieth century, taekwondo turned into the prevailing type of hand to hand fighting honed in Korea. Along these lines taekwondo was assigned as the Korean national military craftsmanship to be advanced universally. In 1973, the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) was established as the overall honest to goodness administering body of the game, and the primary World Championships were held in Seoul, Korea that year.
Taekwondo is one of the two Asian combative techniques included on the Olympic program. Taekwondo made its presentation as a showing Olympic game at the 1988 Seoul Games, and turned into an official decoration sport at the 2000 Sydney Games.