At Ji Ho Choi Taekwondo Institute, we require our students to wear traditional white dobok (doe-boek) or uniform (traditional white dobok symbolizes taekwondo’s purity and perfection of character traits).
Unlike some other schools, we do not offer free uniforms. Why?
We are looking for students who want to learn taekwondo, not someone who is casually looking around and collect uniforms from one place to another.
Grand Master Ji Ho Choi has been practicing taekwondo for over 30 years, and as a President of Pan American Taekwondo Union (PATU) and executive council member of World Taekwondo (WT), he wants to spread the positive influence of taekwondo to everyone.
We offer a variety of trial classes at a great discount so that you can experience taekwondo at our school. In return, we expect our prospective students to take lessons with focus and intention.
“Free” uniforms tend to be made from inexpensive materials which usually result in thin and weak uniforms that may need to be replaced soon after a few use.
Because our uniforms are high quality, it is common for many of our students to wear their first uniforms until they actually grow out of them a few years later.
Many of our students proudly wear them on their sleeves to show their commitment to taekwondo excellence.