Grand Master Lee’s School,  located in Abbotsford BC and founded in 1988, has been well known and respected for his extremely high level of martial arts practice.  Grand Master Lee has taught many Korean National and international Champions and even he was chosen to be 2nd generation head of Song Moon Kwan Taekwondo clan. Many of his students are teaching as grand masters in Korea and through out the world, including some in US and Canada. Since Grand Master Lee opened this school in 1988, students from Fraser Valley and Metro Vancouver area have enjoyed learning traditional Taekwondo at its finest.

As a member of World Tae Kwon Do Federation (WTF), Master Lee’s School is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

All classes are conducted under the supervision of Grand Master Lee–9th Dan Black Belt, Master Lee-7th Dan Black Belt  is assisted by Senior Black Belt students. Grand Master Lee, who is associated with the World Tae Kwon Do Federation, has been teaching Tae Kwon Do more than fifty-five years.

To date Grand Master Lee has achieved:

  • Super Class International Referee and Technical Advisor of the World Tae Kwon Do Federation
  • Past chairman of the Korean Tae Kwon Do Association Referee Committee
  • Head Coach of the Canadian National Tae Kwon Do Team for the Good Will Games in 1994
  • Past Chairman of the Canadian National Tae Kwon Do Association Referee Committee
  • Past president of the BC Tae Kwon Do Association
  • Chairman of Referees for The 5th Military World Tae Kwon Do Championship in Kingston, Ontario.
  • Appointed as member of the Kukkiwon Advisory Committee.

What is Tae Kwon Do?

Tae Kwon Do is the new name given to the ancient Korean art of self defense, which has been practiced in Korea for 2000 years, emphasizing foot and leg techniques as well as hand skills.

Tae means kicking, jumping or flying with the feet.
Kwon means to strike or block with hand.
Do means the way or the art.