The ability to karate chop through wood is a good skill to have if you're going for your black belt or ever have to fight your way out of a lumberyard. Strike a cord with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $20 for 10 martial-arts classes with a uniform for one ($395 value)
- $39 for 12 martial-arts classes with uniforms for two ($820 value)
- $30 for 18 martial-arts classes with a uniform, exam, and graduation belt for one ($600 value)
- $55 for 18 classes with uniforms, exams, and graduation belts for two ($1,200 value)
More than 30 years ago, most North Carolinians had likely never heard of the nonviolent Korean martial art of tae kwon do, which combines physical conditioning with mental discipline to produce both healthy bodies and minds. But then the Lee family changed that.
The six brothers—Grand Master H.K. Lee, Grand Master K.S. Lee, Grand Master Jun Lee, Grand Master Byung Lee, Grand Master Jung Ho Lee, and Master JungHo Lee—came from Korea to America to train students in the martial art. Originally, many students sought out the brothers to learn self-defense techniques, but today, people come for other reasons too, including getting in shape and getting high-fives. Whatever their motivation is, all students develop self-confidence, respect, discipline, and self-control.