Grandmaster Yong Sup Kil
Grandmaster Kil is currently a 8th Dan Black Belt.
International Advisory Committee Member to the
World Tae Kwon Do Federation, 2008-09.
USA Tae Kwon Do Association, U.S. Tae Kwon Do Martial Art Commission and National Commissioner, 2008 - present.
U.N. World Peace Martial Arts Ambassador, 2000-05.
Official Delegate to the 2003 U.S. Summer Games Universiad(University and Olympiad) in Korea.
Official Delegate to the 2000 U.S. summer Olympics.
Best coach of the Year US. National collegiate Association, 2000.
World Champion - World Tae Kwon Do Championships
in Seoul, Korea 1978.
Korean National Champion Four-time national champion between 1978 and 1983.
U.S. National Team Coach 1994 - present.
U.S. National Collegiate Team Coach, 1995 -2003.
U.S. Olympic Sport Festival Team Coach 1994 - 1996.
U.S. Junior Olympic Team Coach Junior National World Tae Kwon Do Championships in Spain, 1996 - present.
U.S. National Team Manager International Olympic Committee Centenary, International Tae Kwon Do Championships, Seoul Korea 1994.
U.S. National College Tae Kwon Do Team Coach 1995 - present.
Class-1 International Referee and Referee Chairman U.S. National Collegiate Tae Kwon Do Association 1995 - present.
Referee Instructor and Committee Member of Technical Contest Rules and Referee Certification Committee 1993 - 2000.
Professor, Credit Class Program at Wayne State University since 1995.
Advisor to Special Law Enforcement Agents since 1995.
Awarded Highest Coaching (Level 5) Certificate from U.S. Tae Kwon Do Union in 2000
Author of Tae Kwon Do Preparatory Book for Children: A Parents Guide to their Child's Success.
Producer and Director of two Poomse Videos Entitled "Formula for Gold Medal Forms." Author of "Competitive Taekwondo," a book about Olympic Style Sparring.