Below is the official insignia of The World Tang Soo Do Association. This symbol
is worn proudly on each student's do bohk (uniform), and is displayed on the center
flag that hangs at the front of the dojang (studio). The WTSDA logo is comprised
of several different symbols, each with a distinct meaning.
Six Stars: Represents the six inhabited continents and shows that Tang Soo
Do is now worldwide.
Um, Yang: The red and blue half circle symbol represents the universal concept of opposing but complementary forces. It is also the central symbol of the Korean flag. As Tang Soo Do originated in Korea, this indicates our Korean heritage.
Flying Side Kick: represents the special and unique character of Tang Soo Do and illustrates the whole person concept.
Red Circle: Unity and Brotherhood
Globe: Means our organization covers the world.
Bottom Belt: Master's Belt- represents the ultimate goal of all Tang Soo Do students.
Practitioner: Mastering the art of Tang Soo Do.