About Me

Hi, I'm Master Jeong

Master Jeong's Taekwondo Philosophy

My Taekwondo philosophy differs from other Masters’

  • “Tae Kwon" means "feet" and "fists", respectively, which emphasises the training and understanding of the strength within our bodies.
  • “Do” means "right mind", it is our discipline, humility, cooperation, self-awareness and self-confidence. We learn "Do" automatically by establishing habits and leadership skills through physical training with Masters and fellow students. By working together, we gain knowledge and understanding of ourselves and one another.

About JTA

JTA places the emphasis on Master Jeong’s process and how he teaches, not on rank/belt color.  He seeks to teach students as a Taekwondo father/uncle figure who helps students, cooperatively with their parents, in all aspects of life. Dojang and Master training must be connected, not disconnected, from home, school and social life. The JTA dojang is an extension of a student’s life, with events that influence and are influenced by learning Taekwondo.

Master Jeong works with parents and students of all abilities to understand each student and their individual needs. JTA shows that good leadership tailors to each student’s strengths, while also appropriately pushing students outside their comfort levels, giving them motivation and encouragement. Parents and Master Jeong must sign each part of the curriculum for full accountability.

Five Key Steps

JTA trains students in the art of Taekwondo to overcome weakness or challenges they may encounter using five key steps.

Set your goals

Make a plan

Try your best


Achieve goals

Master Jeong helps students with steps one through four. Students achieve the fifth step, by and for themselves.

JTA's Victory Process

We are often told to do our best and to practice hard. But how do we? JTA believes in giving students and parents a full description of exactly what is expected during each stage of learning Tae Kwon Do, complete with goals and specific, measurable results.

Master Jeong developed a successful proprietary Tae Kwon Do training process that builds trust and accountability through visual tools that show the Master, student and parents each student’s progress. Each student has a Victory Process Card with their student information and qualification requirements for each belt level. This system of accomplishment shows students their progress in each area of the curriculum for their rank. The Victory Process Card is a visual dashboard of a student’s learning and progress that demonstrates Tae, Kwon and Do growing and progressing together. Students, parents and Masters can easily identify areas they need to improve in, working together to prepare for each exam.

JTA’s Exams take place over multiple days. The first day tests students’ basic skills and forms/poomsae. The second day tests sparring skills.  Third day focuses on breaking techniques. Students must qualify in each area of curriculum, including:

  • Class attendance record is very important to a student’s ability to learn, maintain and improve their Tae Kwon Do skills as well as build self-confidence and endurance.
  • Forms/Poomsae are a series of standardized movements that Tae Kwon Do students use in order to practice offensive and defensive techniques without a partner.
  • Sparring/Kyorugi is controlled free style fighting using self-defense kicking, blocking and step techniques. Students wear protective gear and precautions are put in place to prevent serious injury.
  • Breaking shows how effectively you are using your body and improving in strength. Using wood boards builds confidence and increased abilities with tangible measures. Confidence enables students to deal with life’s difficulties and enables them to overcome obstacles to succeed when challenged in their daily lives.
  • Julnumdo: Music Jump rope has a full curriculum that progresses by belt level. By jumping rope to music, you build endurance and are less fatigued. Different Julnumdo classes will offer individual, couples and group jump rope instruction. Practicing jump rope techniques together is an excellent way to build strong social skills, self-awareness and confidence.
  • Proficiency in Speaking Tae Kwon Do terms in both Korean and English. Tae Kwon Do is a worldwide sport. Learning the sport with knowledge of all related terminology in both Korean and English makes it accessible anywhere in the world.

Come to our Dojang

Join our Taekwondo family.
We will work together until you say you're the best!


43150 Broadlands Center Plaza Ste 174, Broadlands, VA 20148

Phone Number

(276) 498-2078