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PHYLIX JEON

I am currently in training to be an instructor and assist Mr. Jeon with a few classes. I enjoy working with children and have a passion for Taekwondo. I have been training with Mr. Jeon for around ten years, so I’m familiar with how we run things at Jeon’s Taekwondo. I mainly teach beginner and intermediate classes, because I find that I work best with younger children. I’m not a particularly loud or extroverted person, but I can and will be a good leader for our students. Respect is a huge aspect of many martial arts, and I believe that respect needs to be mutual. Give and take, per se. So, when I give respect to the students, I expect it to be respected back. 

 

ALEXIS WONG

Ms. Wong is a 1st-degree black belt at Jeon’s Traditional Taekwondo, and a member of the demonstration team since 2017. 

She is currently enrolled at the University of Alberta to pursue her Bachelor of Education degree.

Ms. Wong enjoys working with students of all ages, and her students are encouraged to ask questions and seek help when they need it. She strives to keep the class environment fun and engaging, while ensuring that students maintain discipline and respect not only toward their instructors, but toward their family and peers.

One of the Taekwondo experiences Ms. Wong treasures dearly is performing with the demonstration team. 

It taught her the value of teamwork, and helped her build confidence. She looks forward to sharing the valuable lessons she learns from Taekwondo with her students.

Brandon Kwon  

Brandon Kwon, who proudly wears the 1st-degree black belt at Jeon’s Traditional Taekwondo, started his path in Taekwondo in the final months of 2019 and swiftly became a key player on the Demonstration Team by 2022. His dedication to mastering Taekwondo's rich variety of skills has brought him some impressive wins, like taking home the top spot in the Cadet 1st Poom division at the 2023 38th Annual K. H. Min Invitational Taekwondo Championship and earning a third-place finish in Poomsae at the 2023 Korean Consul General Cup.Mr. Kwon is all about sharing his Taekwondo expertise with learners of every age, stressing the importance of mental and physical wellness, steadfast discipline, and rock-solid integrity. He's a big believer in the power of the journey, advocating for a positive attitude and boosting confidence every step of the way.Teaching for Mr. Kwon means running classes full of energy and personal connections, guiding students to realize their potential and find where they can get even better. He’s all for nudging them to test their boundaries in a fun, relaxed environment. The younger crowd really gets a kick out of his playful side, which adds to the fun and dynamic vibe of his classes.​

SAM BENTLEY

Mr. Bentley is a 1st degree black belt at Jeon’s Traditional Taekwondo and has been practicing for 5 years. Continuing training through the pandemic as well as some sustained injuries has taught him perseverance and confidence in the face of adversity. Mr. Bentley encourages the same from his students. That they are compelled to take part in the training, especially the more difficult exercises that will further enhance the quality of their practice. He enjoys working with students of all ages, and encourages them to ask for help whenever they need. Mr. Bentley aims to create a fun learning environment that teaches students the importance of discipline and respect.

ELLIOT LIM

I started Taekwondo at around Grade 2 in 2015 and became a student of Mr. Jeon at around 2017. I have always loved Taekwondo taking every chance to learn more about it. At the end of junior high, I recived my black belt and also developed a strong passion for teaching. Given the chance to teach at Jeon's Traditional Taekwondo, it was an oppertunity I couldn't give up. As an instructor, I believe my duty is to create an environemnt where learning can be done by both the students and myself. My goal as a teacher is to facilitate the growth of my students and make them the best version of themselves. Furthermore, I believe strongly in the importance of independence. My belief is that improvement and growth does not come from the teacher, but it comes from the students efforts. Coming the Taekwondo and practicing requires you to leave your comfort zone and demands great efforts. I am proud of the students of Jeons Traditional Taekwondo for putting their beat efforts everytime they come to practice

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