Thank you for visiting Land of People where people are important. Land of People Inc. was established on September 19, 2014 with a mission to enhance people's lifestyles and health through teaching Taekwondo patterns. In order for people to live healthier lives, I think that appropriate exercise must be combined with humanistic connections. Thus, I believe the Korean traditional martial art, Taekwondo, will provide ample opportunities for people to improve both physically and mentally. The five tenets of Taekwondo are courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, and indomitable spirit. It is the Land of People's creed that any land where people practice Taekwondo patterns is a place of healthy living and that Taekwondo patterns should be practiced by everyone in unconventional ways. Land of People is an organization that spreads and teaches Taekwondo patterns for people to live healthy lives. Since Taekwondo patterns contain both strength and softness, men and women of all ages can increase Taekwondo movements' strength, accuracy, and concentration and improve health by practicing Taekwondo patterns. Moreover, since all of the Taekwondo movements are hidden in the Taekwondo patterns, it is believed that people can understand the principles of self-defense naturally and become able to defend themselves automatically as they practice Taekwondo patterns. Land of People is dedicated to make people's mind and body healthy on the basis of Taekwondo spirit. Land of People derives its identity from an action philosophy and aims to make people to reach self-actualization. Lastly, I am very happy that we can go through this transformational journey together.
Sang Jun Im
Founder of Land of People Inc.
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DISCLAIMER: Since all activities of members at Land of People are completely on a voluntary basis, meaning you have a choice if you want to participate in or withdraw from any activity of Land of People, Land of People is NOT RESPONSIBLE for any injury, death, or loss of property to any person suffered while warming up, practicing, traveling, playing, or participating in Taekwondo Practicing Activities for any reason whatsoever, including ordinary negligence.