SANG KOO KANG
Tae Kwon Do
Currently owner and director of Sang's Tae
Kwon Do Schools in Miami Beach, Davie,
and Plantation. As the director of three
martial arts schools. Master Sang created
and implemented Sang's Black Belt Success
System, a uniquely structured curriculum
focusing on the core elements of martial
arts: respect, discipline, perseverance
He has been given the key to several
cities: Miami Beach, Pembroke Pines,
and Surfside. In addition, these cities
proclaimed Master Sang Days.
He was seven-tim champion in Sunshine State Tae Kwon Do
Championships, as well as a member of the National Trial Tae Kwon Do Team.
Personal Motto: "Strength is Unity"
- Sixth Degree Black Belt
- Master in Hapkido
- Expert in Muay Thai kickboxing, self-defense
- Produced TKO Video Training System
- Originally from Seoul, Korea
- Began study of martial arts at the
age of five.
- Ultimate goal is to earn the distinguished
title of Grand Master, 10th degree
black belt that one can only earn at
the earliest age of 61.
Cover of Black Belt Magazine
Cover of Tae Kwon Do Magazine
Ocean Drive Magazine
Starred in Rush Hour 2 with Jackie Chan
and Chris Tucker and Shoot Fighter II.
Spotlights on WSVN (Channel 7) and 4
Spotlight in Sporttown
Master Sang's involvement in the South Florida
community is notable; he continually strives to provide his students
with the moral tools to develop into fully rounded individuals through
martial arts training. For his dedication
to his students and contributions to society, Master Sang has been
recognized by the Mayor and awarded the Key to three different cities.
Between the three locations, Sang's
Tae Kwon Do Schools have over 600 students
enrolled with more than 70 students who are presently black belt. Students
from Sang's Tae Kwon Do Schools continually
compete in local and state martial
arts championships, many of which are
award winners. Each year, Sang's Tae
Kwon Do schools, with guidance from
local public schools, give back to
their community by awarding seven martial
arts training scholarships for needy
South Florida children.