Have you known that taekwondo is the second most practiced sport in Latin America?
Korea's traditional martial art and Olympic sport - is inspiring new dreams and goals in the region.
Mexico Steps Up as Taekwondo Powerhouse
Mexico was the only Latin American country that entered four Taekwondo fighters in the 2012 London Olympic Games - the maximum number a country can enter.
How do the Mexicans do it?
Viva! Taekwondo follows taekwondo fever throughout the country.
Honduran Leader Sets Taekwondo Initiative
Honduran Taekwondo athletes have never qualified for the Olympics so far, but they’re emerging as the strongest contenders in the Central American region - inspired by the country’s leader, President Porfirio Lobo Sosa.
Aruba: New Vision for Taekwondo’s Future
If you thought taekwondo was just an individual competition for elite athletes, think again!
It's also for the physically challenged - those looking forward to compete in the Paralympics with the hope that taekwondo become a Paralympics sport.
The Olympic sport also introduces new type of team event in Aruba - a small island in the Caribbean Sea.