Grandmaster Yong Sup Kil

  • Grandmaster Kil is currently a 8th Dan Black Belt.

  • International Advisory Committee Member to the
    World Tae Kwon Do Federation, 2008-09.

  • USA Tae Kwon Do Association, U.S. Tae Kwon Do Martial Art Commission and National Commissioner, 2008 - present.

  • U.N. World Peace Martial Arts Ambassador, 2000-05.

  • Official Delegate to the 2003 U.S. Summer Games Universiad(University and Olympiad) in Korea.

  • Official Delegate to the 2000 U.S. summer Olympics.

  • Best coach of the Year US. National collegiate Association, 2000.

  • World Champion - World Tae Kwon Do Championships
    in Seoul, Korea 1978.

  • Korean National Champion Four-time national champion between 1978 and 1983.

  • U.S. National Team Coach 1994 - present.

  • U.S. National Collegiate Team Coach, 1995 -2003.

  • U.S. Olympic Sport Festival Team Coach 1994 - 1996.

  • U.S. Junior Olympic Team Coach Junior National World Tae Kwon Do Championships in Spain, 1996 - present.

  • U.S. National Team Manager International Olympic Committee Centenary, International Tae Kwon Do Championships, Seoul Korea 1994.

  • U.S. National College Tae Kwon Do Team Coach 1995 - present.

  • Class-1 International Referee and Referee Chairman U.S. National Collegiate Tae Kwon Do Association 1995 - present.

  • Referee Instructor and Committee Member of Technical Contest Rules and Referee Certification Committee 1993 - 2000.

  • Professor, Credit Class Program at Wayne State University since 1995.

  • Advisor to Special Law Enforcement Agents since 1995.

  • Awarded Highest Coaching (Level 5) Certificate from U.S. Tae Kwon Do Union in 2000

  • Author of Tae Kwon Do Preparatory Book for Children: A Parents Guide to their Child's Success.

  • Producer and Director of two Poomse Videos Entitled "Formula for Gold Medal Forms." Author of "Competitive Taekwondo," a book about Olympic Style Sparring.