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Martial Arts, Taekwondo Milford, MA

Master Choe

At Choe’s Quality Martial Arts Center you will be greeted by an enthusiastic Master. Classes are offered for students aged 3 and up. Private and group lessons, as well as family groups are available. Hapkido (self-defense) and Kumdo (Korean soul) are two types of martial arts taught at Choe’s Quality Martial Arts Center

    • Hours: Mon – Fri, 6am – 9pm; Sat 8am – 2pm
    • Handicap Accessible: Yes
    • Founding Date: 2000
    • Payments accepted: Cash, Debit Card, MasterCard, Personal Check, Visa
    • Discounts: Corporate, Group/Family, Senior, Student
    • Membership info: Monthly, Yearly, Master Club
    • Parking: Free lot
    • Private events: Yes
    • Average class size: 20
    • Number of instructors: 6
    • Type: Kickboxing, Tae Kwon Do, Tai Chi
    • Uses ranking system: Yes
    • Participates in competitions: Yes
    • What is the school’s training philosophy?:

“We provide quality martial arts and teach you about health and a winning lifestyle.”

Choe's Quality Martial Arts TAEKWONDO Choe's TKD Lobby-Entrance 194 West St. (Rte 140) Milford, MA 01757 P: 508-478-6600

Choe's TKD DoJo P: 508-478-6600 ~ 194 West St. (Rte 140) Milford, MA 01757  Choe's TKD DoJo ~ 194 West St. ~ Milford, MA 01757 ~ P: 508-478-6600


Is Taekwondo for you?

New Hapkido Session will be starting mid-August.
Thusdays, 6-7 p.m. Make sure to sign-up today.

Is Taekwondo for you?  Would you like to try a free class.
Please Call the studio: 508-478-6600

Why do children like Taekwondo?

Taekwondo provides a naturally physical and fun activity. Taekwondo provides challenges and reward in a peer group environment. Children learn how to use concentration to funnel their natural energy into positive achievements. Each achievement teaches the reward of respect, discipline, honesty, and perseverance in a manner children can understand and enjoy.

Why do parents like Taekwondo?

The most difficult job in the world is raising one’s son or daughter. Taekwondo can help by providing an activity which is based on respect, discipline, honesty and perseverance. Taekwondo teaches children to respect the people around them and to respect themselves and their abilities. As children learn self-discipline and perseverance, they are able to achieve more easy in school, home and with their peers. More than a sport, Taekwondo is a way of teaching children that they have responsibility for the success and failure in their life.