- Recruiting
Keyong Hee Seong-do main gymnasium center (Intensive course, individual guidance course)

Comprehensive physical program (With qualified lecturer teaching for each martial art)
  Court martial art, special self-defense skills, escort martial art, abdomen breathing, health gym, cultivate teaching trainer (4 phases special training), preparing entrance to college of physical education course,
  emigration, sports acupuncture massage, swordsmanship

Research seminar of tradition martial arts and all types of martial arts association

Nurture sports missionary (certify qualification after training)
Introdunction of Keyong Hee Seong-do main gymnasium center
40 years of tradition and history of Keyong Hee Seong-do Gym was first established by Mahn-dong Park in March 1970, in the name of Ho Nam synthesis gymnasium (Hapkido, Taekwondo, Court martial arts) at Sigi-dong Chongup-si Chollapuk_do due to the popularity of the martial art.
In 1976, the gymnasium moved to Hak-dong Gangman-gu Seoul and later second branch is open at Chungdam-dong for the purpose of providing social physical training. The name of the gym had changed from Ho Nam synthesis gymnasium to Keyong Hee Seong-do Gym.
Managing present gymnasium at 908-7 Hanyoung building Daech-dong Gangnam-gu, Seoul from 1978 till 1988.
After the 1988 Seoul Olympic, the gymnasium managed at 306/150 Olympic family towns, Moonjong-dong Songpa-gu, Seoul until 1993.
Establish Korea Martial Art Association
Open Court Martial Arts Central Gym for systematical purpose of traditional martial arts training in 1990.
Currently we have our executive office at Samjoun-dong Songpa-gu, Seoul and a training institute in 313/ level4 Dongjin Building Jamsil Bon-dong, Seoul.
Keyong Hee Seong-do Gym moved to 134-20 Samik arcade Chungdam-dong Gangnam-gu, Seoul in 1994. Another branch is open at 481 Sungsu arcade Apgujung-dong Gangnam-gu, this gym has been contribute in social physical exercise for 6 years.
In March 2001, Keyong Hee Seong-do Gym moved to 313/ level4 Dongjin Building Jamsil Bon-dong, Seoul (from 1970~present) and chairman of Korea martial art Man-dong Park is in charge of the Korea martial art associate training center (from 1990~present) for cultivate for initiator in traditional martial art.
Now Keyong Hee Seong-do Gym has 7 branches around Seoul and Korea martial art association has local director and overseas association for development and popularization of Korean traditional martial arts.

Location of Keyong Hee Seong-do Gym (6 branches training center)

1st branch: 7 shin chun dong Song Pa-Ku Seoul Korea (02) 412 - 1491
2nd branch: Daechi-dong Gangnam-gu, Seoul (02) 566 - 3286
3rd branch: Cungdam-dong Gangnam-gu, Seoul (02) 3442 - 1977
4th branch: Apgujong-dong Gangnam-gu, Seoul (02) 518 - 2073
5th branch: Hueksuk-dong Dongjak-gu, Seoul (02) 815 - 3196
6th brabch: Jungwang-dong Sihueng-si, Kyungki-do (031) 432 - 8688

Location of Kung Joong Musool Gym
Centra Seoul Central (A-4, Jangmi, Shincheon-dong 7, Songpa-gu, Seoul) Hong-cheol Park 010-8704-0277
Local Seoul Gangnam (908-2, Daechi-4dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul) Dong-chang Jung 010-3258-0523
  Gyeonggido Pocheon (202-20, Sineum-dong, Pocheon-si,
Cheol-joong Kim 010-5678-6978
  Gyeonggido Sungnam (3493-2, Taepyeong-2dong, Sujung-gu, Sungnam-si, Gyeonggi-do) Tae-sun Kim 016-294-2056
  Gyeonggido Ilsan (641-926, Gusan-dong, S대-gu, Ilsan,
Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do)
Young-min Jung 010-3939-8812
  Gangwondo (123-7, Naegok-dong, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do) Yong-gil Choi 011-9794-5169
  Daejeonsi (275-15, Boksu-dong, Seo-gu, Daejeon-si) Yun-hoe Lee 010-5509-0179
  Chungcheongnamdo (689-9, Sungjung-dong, Seobuk-gu,
Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnamdo)
Seung-yeol Lee 011-453-7760
  Jeollabukdo (750-8. Guemam-dong, Dukjin-gu, Jeonjo-si, Jeollabukdo) Hee-dong Park 010-6688-6351
  Jejudo (639, Jungang-ro, Jeju-si) Ki-bum Kim 011-694-7964
Chairman of the HQ of Keyong Hee Seong-do Gym

Man-dong Park (Chairman of Court martial art Association)
Director of Keyong Hee Seong-do Gym: Dong-chang Jung, Hong-chul Park, Jae-min Kim, Yoo-sin Jung, Hyun-guen Song, Don-ho Kim