About the Grand master
Grand master Lee, Kwang Hee is a master of Taekwondo in Korea. He is not well known to foreign Taekwondo people. In 2008 he still lives and teach Taekwondo in Seoul, Korea.
Master Lee began training of Taekwondo when he was 18 years old, led by a friend. He began learning Taekwondo in a dojang of Chang Moo Kwan. At that time Taekwondo training was very hard, and rude. People kicked and punched of full contact without protectors. It builded strong instinct of self-protection, so that they could response to another's attack very fast and properly.
When he became surpmore of a college, after several years of hard training, he was 2nd dan of Taekwondo. At that time he began teach Taekwondo in the Taekwondo Club of Seoul national university. Then he began his army days, as is a duty to every Korean man, and he was selected to be a member of spy troop.
One day some members of special force visited his unit, and a sergeant of 3rd dan wanted to try a kyorugi with some people. He wanted to show how strong he was, but unfortunately young master Lee was selected as his opponent. The sergeant trie several kicks aggresively, and young master Lee drew back several steps watching him, and send him a counter kick of apchagi. The kick was exact, so it stopped him. He couldn't continue the kyorugi.
His favorate technique was apchagi of Taekwondo, and now
<written in 2008>