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The Moo Duk Kwon Emblem


The entire emblem symbolizes the spread of Moo Duk Kwon Taekwondo into the fourteen states of Korea, and afterwards, going across the oceans to each of the six continents in the world.


  • The fist in the center stands for Taekwondo and the fight for justice.
  • There are fourteen laurel leaves on each side which represent the fourteen states of Korea and the advancement of peace.
  • On each side of the laurel leaves are three seeds. this symbolizes the "three thousand li" which is the running distance from north to south of Korea, and Korea's success within it's borders.
  • The total of all six seeds indicate the world and the six continents.
  • The symbol in the center of the circle is the Chinese character for Moo Duk Kwan.
  • The symbol left of the circle stands for Tong while the one on the right stands for Soo.
  • The color is deep blue representing the three oceans and the black belt.


Since Moo Duk Kwon is an international institution with objectives of peace, human advancement and achievement, it is the style of Taekwondo that is adopted by Oklahoma Taekwondo.