Jin Jung Kwan Hapkido-USA, Inc. Jin Jung Kwan Hapkido-USA, Inc.


Grandmaster Kim and Grandmaster Rhoades Jin Jung Kwan Hapkido’s goal to promote Hapkido worldwide as the
leading authority on realistic self-defense is taking the world by storm!

Realizing the dreams of Grandmaster Kim Myung Yong, who established the Jin Jung Kwan system of Hapkido in 1967, Grandmaster Rhoades' intent is to preserve the integrity of Jin Jung Kwan and he has been opening doors worldwide to this incredible opportunity.

Promoting Jin Jung Kwan as a pure and complete martial art system, Grandmaster Rhoades is welcoming professional-minded, progressive instructors, school owners and students to take part in this amazing system.

Offering legitimate certification with worldwide recognition, instructors interested in bringing this high level of quality to their students should contact the Jin Jung Kwan headquarters in Wentzville, MO right away.

Grandmaster Rhoades' appointment as Vice President of Jin Jung Kwan worldwide has opened doors to unlimited potential. His ranking as 8th Degree Black Belt and the backing of Grandmaster Kim himself leaves no doubt as to the validity of instructors and schools that are certified in this amazing, high-quality system of Hapkido.

20th Anniversary Hapkido-USA

Grandmaster Rhoades Promoted to Vice President Jin Jung Kwan Worldwide - December 2012
Grandmaster Kim's pride in our Grandmaster Rhoades' accomplishments resulted in Grandmaster Rhoades' promotion to 8th Degree Black Belt, receipt of his official Korean Name (Kim Dae Hun) plus an amazing bonding experience with the Founder of Jin Jung Kwan Hapkido. An Amazing Honor!

Grandmaster Kim announced GM Rhoades
Vice President Jin Jung Kwan Hapkido

Grandmaster Kim announced
Grandmaster Rhoades' Korean Name

Grandmaster Kim announced
Grandmaster Rhoades' promotion 8th dan


Grandmaster Rhoades Awarded 'Wentzville Citizen of the Year' - January 2013
Grandmaster Rhoades was the recipient of the 2012 Citizen of the Year Award from the City of Wentzville on January 16, 2013. Chosen by the Board of Alderman as the best representative of this award, Grandmaster Rhoades received recognition for his contribution to community and the beautification of Wentzville with the changes he made to 600 West Pearce Boulevard as well as his ongoing efforts with his students since 1994. View full Suburban Journal article