Welcome to Mun's Korean Martial Arts, a leading Tae Kwon Do, Kickboxing, and Hap Ki Do School serving students in the Joliet, Shorewood, Plainfield, Wilmington, Morris and Minooka areas. We are a family oriented school and believe strongly in creating a warm and caring atmosphere for our students and their families.
Our students benefit from many school features that make us unique. These include:
• A Master with over 20 years of experience
• A low student teacher ratio
• A caring, family atmosphere
• Professional instructors
• A positive and encouraging environment
• An emphasis on school and family
We offer a two week free trial program where you can come and experience all of these features for yourself. We promise that our classes will be a wonderful experience for you and your whole family.
We have been teaching martial arts for almost 20 years in the Shorewood community. We are extremely family oriented and work hard to treat our students and their families like extensions of our own family.
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We have multiple staff members who work with new students. We begin by teaching them the formalities that we practice in our classes and then move on to basic skills such as kicking and blocking.
All of our instrauctors are black belt or higher. Master Mun trained in South Korea to teach martial arts and has over 20 years of experience. Master Kim recently joined us from South Korea where he was a demo team champion.
We have a program system where pricing is determined on number of desired classes and level of committment.
Master Mun trained in South Korea to teach martial arts and has over 20 years of experience, he has been in the US for 12 years and worked his way up to owning his own martial arts school.
We have worked with all manner of students ranging in age from early 3 year olds to over 60. We have many students with special needs and behavioral issues that we work with as well.
Try a class! Look for a school where the stduent teacher ratio is low, students who are struggling should be identified and helped, not lost in the shuffle. Look for a school that makes you feel comfortable.
Students should be able to talk to masters and instructors about needs without feeling like there is a boundary there.