Wol Ge Kwan means “The Victor’s Laurels”. Wol Ge Kwon refers to the type of Hapkido Grandmaster Chang teaches and the name of the school. Hapkido is literally translated: Hap: mind and body coordination Ki: inner energy created and manifested through mind and body coordination. Do: the self-controlled and disciplined life necessary to create Hap and Ki. Therefore, Hapkido is a Korean martial art which emphasizes the coordination of internal and external energies through a disciplined life. The motto of Chang's Hapkido Academy is Truth, Love, and Persistence.
whenever possible. The lower belts should seek out the higher belts for advice and assistance. Misuse of Hapkido or the development of a bad reputation within the community may result in the student being suspended or expelled from Chang's Hapkido Academy.
The dressing room is for your convenience. Please keep it clean and orderly at all times. Additionally:
Students are required to pay their tuition before or on the due date. Payments are non-refundable, so please use it wisely and come to class. Discipline starts with saving for your next year's tuition.
Your dobuk should be washed and clean at least once or twice a week with normal practice (3 classes a week) Carry your dobuk - folded correctly Carry it folded correctly, in a gym bag, or on a hanger.