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many things but among those lessons I learn how to cooperate with others; learn the
importance of respecting others: and learned joy of accomplishments.
When I was practicing in class I notice there was a person who outstand others by
the skill and agility, but when we all practice together that same person destroyed the
whole unity and ruined the group excercise. I realized that society is just like this, such
that one can have outstanding knowledge but does not know how to cooperate with other
than his knowledge useless. I think that is why colleges stresses on the unity as well as
indivialality at same time.
Respect was one of the important element in our lives. When we respect others
we automatically raise our selves and earn respects as well. However respecting senor
belt was easy but respecting lower ranked belt was very hard. I could not respect them
because I look down on them. When I did not show respect to my junior belts they did
not respect me because I was younger than them and I was kid. But as I start to learn to
respect juniors as well as
Most important thing I learn from martial art was joy of accomplishment. When I
practice 4 years and took the black belt test, I became 1st degree black belt. It was the
joy that no one can understand as long as they experience by themselves. It was nothing
but just a belt, but the joy was greater than any thing. after 1st degree black belt my class
became more harsh and vigor. However I overcame these adversity and became 2nd Dan
degree black belt because I knew the joy when I accomplish my goal. Whenever I wanted
to quite and lie down and relaxe during the classes I reminded about the accomoplisment.
Now I do not quiet no matter how hard and how tire I become because I know when I
finally accomplish my goal it is going to be the best feeling that ever exist.
This is why I loved Tang Soo Do and practiced for 7 years. Because it was not
just excercise but it was where I was molded and incribed. Reason for mentioning about
these lesson was that martial art was the place where I was made and now I want your
college to be my next school that become the place of where I fully made.. My interest in
writing this essay is to attract attention, wanting to depart from convention and not be
limited to the constraints of length or brevity. The college essay is the only part in my
application that I truly can express and present myself to show who Dae Keun Kwin really
is. Consequently I have decided to be somewhat unique and have added my self portrait
as well as a picture of me practicing Tang Soo Do*.
My life greatly reflects on the finest qualities inherent on my martial art training. It
inscribed me in such way that one can not truly depict me with out mentioning about Tang
Soo Do. Martial art trainig was not just exercise for me, but was my hobby and my
mentor. From martial art I learn
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Korean martial arts, Behavior, Martial arts, Tang Soo Do, Respect, Human behavior
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