Korean Cultural Centre India (KCCI), with the support of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, the government of the Republic of Korea (South Korea), has been conducting Taekwondo classes for over 1,350 students in 20 schools all over India. Hallmark Public School, the best CBSE School in Panchkula, is the first school in the region to take an initiative to bring Taekwando to make its students more physically fit, more self-aware, and better equipped for self-defence.
Taekwondo is a traditional Korean martial art with a nearly 2,000-year history that is today practised in 211 different nations. In the year 2000, it became an official Olympic sport.
Taekwondo assists children in focusing and concentrating better, and it can also boost their self-esteem and confidence. Taekwondo helps youngsters become healthier in all parts of their lives by including meditation, breathing exercises, discipline, and self-introspection. This martial art helps with planning, vision, physical growth, and mental awareness. These assets aid in the achievement of a common objective of harmony.
The Taekwondo Dojang at Hallmark Public School hosted the KCCI TAEKWONDO COLOUR BELT EXAM on September 4, 2022. The Chief Guest was Grand Master Lee Wan Yong (Black Belt 7Dan South Korea), while the Guest Honor was Black Belt 3Dan and Gold Medalist Raksha Goswami.
The KCCI Coach Mr Gagan Goswami and his crew provided competent leadership and direction in the organisation of the Color Belt Exam.
At Hallmark Public School, the Best CBSE school in Panchkula, we strive to encourage our students to inculcate healthy lifestyle habits from a young age.