Taekwondo and the morals

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Taekwondo and the importance of morals

Taekwondo is not only teaching us how to kick, punch and defend our selves but also turn you into a good guy in the society.
The behavior of a taekwondo student says a lot about where they were taught the martial art, and this is a serious reason to be picky when looking for a Taekwondo school for your kids.
A good Taekwondo master should not neglect teaching the morals besides the martial art, and change the bad behaviors of the students.
Turning a normal person to a martial artist or a fighter and neglecting their behavior is similar to giving a weapon to someone who will use it in a wrong way.
Taekwondo practitioners in general, athletes, masters and grand masters should set up a good example in the society.
One of the good signs of the good attitude is to have control on our emotional reactions, and it happens to be dragged sometimes into a conflict,  which would be a big challenge for anyone to control the inner emotions.
We came across a video of Taekwondo Kyorugi where two athletes were sparring, but suddenly the World Taekwondo sparring style turned to be a mixed martial arts fight.
Both fighters got angry and lost control on their emotions and started punching each other.
This kind of behavior is such a shame for both athletes and also their coaches.
It seems these two athletes had some issue before this sparring, and they found the wrong way way to fix it.
It would be much better if they can resolve their anger through a clean Taekwondo sparring.
The sportsmanship is one of the important thing in martial arts and sports, which is missing in this Taekwondo sparring.
These behavior should be punished by the local unions or the national unions, because it is causing more damage to our martial art.
We honestly do not know which tournament was this, but according to the flags on the team shirts we think it happened somewhere in China.
Watch this video and feel free to share your opinions with us.

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