I love “traditional Tae Kwon Do,” or “Korean Karate,” as it was called 50 years ago, when it first started. And I admire the many World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) masters who are great because of their original training (almost always with the International Taekwon-Do Federation or a Korean Karate gym). And I respect the Mixed Martial Arts fighters who are brave enough to admit that they studied TKD and/or Karate. And, most of all, I look up to the martial artists, such as C. K. Choi and Nam Tae-Hi, who stuck with their true history and tough techniques through thick and thin. Amen.