All martial arts instructors at Kang's Institute of Tae Kwon-Do in Tulsa, OK are trained to ensure that our martial arts classes are safe, effective and fun.
Our instructors and instructor assistants are trained to focus on more than just teaching martial arts skills. Instructors also learn how to work with all students, tailoring their martial arts teaching methods to fit the individual child. Emphasis is put on encouragement and positive correction.
We are committed to teaching the physical skills of martial arts while applying attitude-shaping exercises aimed at bringing out the best character and physical potential in each student. Through weekly martial arts training, instructors advance their own martial art and educational knowledge to become even more effective martial arts teachers.
The Kang's Institute of Tae Kwon-Do instructors are required to maintain their personal level of martial arts knowledge and a high level of personal growth. They are expected to take classes on a regular basis and test at least once per year.
Our Tulsa Martial Arts staff at Kang's Institute of Tae Kwon-Do looks forward to working with you.
Grand Master Kang
Master Bong Kang
A Chief Instructor at the Broken Arrow location, Master Kang is the second son of Grand Master D.W. Kang. He is a recent U.S. Open Heavyweight Gold Medalist and many time Oklahoma State Champion. He has a talent for inspiring others to do better and loves to travel out into the community spreading the message of TaeKwon-Do. He has raised the awareness of drugs at local elementary schools and has also taught the DVIS program for abused women. He is an active member of the local church as a ‘rhythm guitar player’ at Venue 68 / Asbury. He is also a member of Church on the Move and has enjoyed many relationships with his brothers in Christ at those locations. He is an active member of the community and is also a supporter in helping to manage the ‘wildlife population’.
Master Yong Kang
Yong is a recent graduate of Tulsa University as a music major and is the youngest of the three brothers. He is currently the enrollment director at Tulsa. He started learning TaeKwon-Do at the age of 7 and has years of experience in the dojang. The time on the floor has given him the opportunity to be a qualified instructor and natural leader. In his spare time, he enjoys having the ability to play Rachmaninoff and compose from time to time. He currently offers piano lessons as a part of the learning center program.
Mr. Dandridge is a member of the sparring team. In 2011, he was the most improved athlete and had the top performance at this years Hanmadang in Dallas. He has been assisting and teaching for 4 years and is a senior member of the CIT (Certified Instructors Training) Program. He is carries a 3.5 GPA at Union High School and is also a top performer on the Demonstration Team.