Master Jung
Master Daniel Jung is from South Korea and has been teaching Taekwondo for the past 30 years. He holds a 7th degree black belt from the World Taekwondo Federation and an 8th degree black belt from the Universal Martial Arts Federation.

In Korea, he was a Special Guerrilla Military Trainer to all officers below the rank of General in the Navy Academy, Army and Marine Corps.

Master Jung came to America from South Korea in 1988 and opened his school, Alpha Taekwondo, in Chelmsford, MA. He has also assisted setting up schools locally in Dracut and Medford and internationally in Iceland and Panama. He has taught after school Taekwondo programs in all of Chelmsford's elementry and middle schools and at Rundlett Middle School in Concord, NH. He coached Massachusetts state gold medalists from 1993 - 1997 while coaching the Massachusettes state Taekwondo team. He teaches Taekwondo at New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord, NH and also teaches a beginner class through the Concord Recreation Department.

Master Jung is the New Hampshire President of the USATeakwondo (USAT), Martial Arts Comminsion (MAC). This organization is run by the KUKKIWON Taekwondo headquarters in South Korea.

Master Jung also has extensive fundraising and community service experience. He has held numerous fundraising events for Muscular Dystrophy, Easter Seals, and Lutheran Services raising thousands of dollars. He has also received many certificates of recognition for service to the community and youth.

Master Jung has extensive teaching experience with students of all ages and cultures. He taught thousands of students on five continents. The numbers are too large, but Master Jung estimates over a thousand of those students have earned at least 1st Dan (1st degree black belt). Master Jung is skilled at motivating others to achieving their best.

Master Jung has a vision of the world living as one culture where the spirit of Taekwondo can spread the mission of peace. As Human Beings, we have the ability to bring positive change to all cultures on all continents. To make the world a better place we must first work on ourselves. We kick and punchto drive out our bad habits. We gain strength so that we have strength to give to others. This is the value of Taekwondo. You can make a difference!

“Success means doing the best we can with what we have. Success is the doing, not the getting; in the trying, not the triumph. Success is a personal standard, reaching for the highest that is in us, becoming all that we can be.”
Zig Ziglar