Our UNSTOPPABLE Mission:
Our focus is on bringing you the best martial arts lessons in the Angleton area to give you the tools you need to defend yourself, maintain great health, and become the best version of yourself for a successful living.
Master Lee’s USK TKD has earned the reputation in Angleton, as well as Danbury, Snipe, West Columbia, Prairie, of being the top martial arts school for enriching our students’ lives and equipping them to face life with the winning edge.
Many people believe the martial arts are about just fighting, but our program is much, much more than that. When you train in our martial arts classes you take advantage of the best self-improvement system in the world.
Owner and headmaster of Master Lee’s USK TKD.
Grand Master Lee began his journey in Taekwondo at a young age in his home town of Seoul, South Korea. He has built a reputation for himself, not only in South Korea, but all over the globe!
Grand Master Lee attended the esteemed Yong-in University in Seoul, South Korea where he joined their Taekwondo exhibition team and after practicing and training long and hard, he demonstrated his skill sets and became the team captain! He graduated from Yong-in University with a degree in physical education and is licensed to teach at the elementary and middle school levels in South Korea.
After his time in college, Grand Master Lee began his obligatory military service. During his service, he was awarded the title of Taekwondo Master and was given the task of training a special strike troop of the 15th Army Division in the South Korean military.
Grand Master Lee finished his military service honorably and continued his Taekwondo journey by attending the World Taekwondo Championship in 1998/1999 and becoming the World Champion! Subsequently he competed in several Korean national championships and won three consecutive times!
In 1998 Grand Master Lee auditioned to become a part of the South Korean National Demonstration Team! This team, still operating and demonstrating to this day, travels the world demonstrating high levels of Taekwondo and acrobatic skill.
In 2000, Grand Master Lee was invited to coach the New England Junior Olympic team out of Massachusetts.
While Grand Master Lee’s Taekwondo credentials are extensive, holding a 7th Dan (degree) black belt in Taekwondo through the Kukkiwon as well as being a licensed Taekwondo referee, he also holds black belts in Judo, Gumdo (Korean swords), and Hapkido.
“When I was a child, I began my journey in Taekwondo and the positive impact it had on my life was remarkable. It has always been my dream to open my own school and pass on the skills, knowledge, and inspiration that Taekwondo has given to me. With the fulfilment of that dream, I now proudly serve the Angleton community and feel an overwhelming sense of honor and pride when I see our students grow into happier, healthier, more confident children, teens, and adults!”O