Miami, FL

Grand Master E.H. Chung

Grand Master began his training in 1961 under the Moo Duk Kwan System, earning his 1st Degree Black Belt in 1962.

As a 6th Degree, he became the Official Instructor of the Korean Army for 2 years. In 1979, Grand Master was invited by the Prime Minister of Peru to teach and train more than 5000 officers and special forces of the Peruvian Military.  During this time he was also named the National Technical Director and Chief Instructor of the Peruvian Tae Kwon Do Federation.

In 1981, he was the Peruvian National Coach for the 5th World Tae Kwon Do Championships and received honors from Peru's Chief Commander of the Ministry of War and the Ministry of Defense.

Grand Master also coached for the 8th World Championships in Barcelona Spain as a 7th degree.

During the 1990's, Grand Master received various letters of appreciation and honor from Dr. Un Yong Kim, then President of Kikkiwon as well as from the International Olympic Committee for his contributions and dedication to the sport of Tae Kwon Do. Today, Grand Master has achieved 9th Degree Black Belt and resides as President of USAT MAC Florida. Grand Master leads two academies: one in Miami Lakes, FL and the other in Atlanta, GA. He has hopes to expand his Tae Kwon Do philosophy to aspiring athletes and future Masters.

As of late, he provides consulting for Olympic directors, Olympic coaches and athletes.  He leads and attends seminars both locally and internationally. Most recently, Grand Master was asked to teach the Peruvian Special Forces Commando Unit modern forms of hand to hand combat.

Timeline of a grand Master:

9th degree black belt

Born in South Korea, Grand Master EUI-HWANG CHUNG is holder of a 9th Degree Dan Black Belt having dedicated his life to the art of Tae Kwon Do. He is one of the founders of Moon Moo Kwan and has received the highest recognitions and diplomas for achievements, contributions, and development of the martial arts in this country and in the international arena. The following is a list highlighting his outstanding career.

1961

Studies the Moo Duk Kwan System.

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1962

Earns 1st Degree Black Belt.

1963

Is certified as Kyosah (Assistant Instructor) at the Moo Duk Kwan in Su Won City, South Korea.

1963-1970

Is promoted to the official title of Sabum (Master Instructor) and serves in Mun Moon Kwan, Seoul.

1975

Is certified 6th degree Black Belt by the Tae Kwon Do Federation of Korea. Graduates in October as Master from the International Instructor Course, sponsored by the World Tae Kwon Do Federation.

1976-1978

Instructs the Korean Army in the art of the Tae Kwon Do. Is certified as referee by the Tae Kwon Do Federation.

1979-1988

The Prime Minister of the Peruvian government extends him an invitation to teach and train more than 5000 officers and special forces in the Peruvian Army. Is nominated National Technical Director and Chief Instructor of the Peruvian Tae Kwon Do Federation.

1981

5th World Championship. Guayaquil, Ecuador: National Coach of the Peruvian Team. Part of the select group nominated by Jung Ang II Bo Newspaper for their outstanding work done in the exterior.

1982

Receives certificate of International Referee from the World Tae Kwon Do Federation.

1985

Receives letter of appreciation from the president of the World Tae Kwon Do Federation for his outstanding contribution to the development of Tae Kwon Do. Receives the World Tae Kwon Do Award. Citation to become a member of the International Olympic Committee (I.O.C.) during the 24th Olympiad in Seoul, Korea.  Receives a Diploma of Honor from the Peruvian Ministry of Defense.

1986

Receives Certificate of Achievement from the Panamerican Tae Kwon Do Union. Receives Diploma of Honor from the Peruvian Military Sport Federation. Diploma from the Peruvian Chief Commander of the Ministry of War.

1987

Is certified 7th Degree Black Belt by the World Tae Kwon Do Federation. Peruvian Team Coach for the 8th TKD Championship.  Receives Honor Diploma in Mexico, at the Olympic Festival, for collaboration and Participation.

1988

Receives letter of Commendation by President of Kukkiwon, Un Yong Kim. Promotes and becomes Coordinator of the Panamerican Championship in Lima, Peru.

1989

Moves with his family to the United States of America in September.

1990

Opens Young Tae Kwon Do Center in Hialeah, Florida. Receives Letter of Appreciation for his outstanding contribution and development of Tae Kwon Do from the U.S.A TKD Federation. 

1992

Is certified 8th Degree Black Belt by Chang Moo Kwan. Awarded letter of Commendation for for his unlimited efforts and self sacrifice in bringing the development and popularization of TKD in the Panamerican Region by President Kukkiwon, Un Yong Kim.

1993

Presented with Letter of Appreciation for his dedicated service and contribution to the Development of Tae Kwon Do as a world sport by the President  of Kukkiwon, Un Yong Kim.

1994

Moves Eui-Hwang Chung Tae Kwon Do Center to Miami Gardens. Receives letter of Commendation by President Kukkiwon, Un Yong Kim.