[ 仁德 in Chinese]

[pronounced \in-dock\]

'INDUK' means BENEVOLENCE, HUMILITY & KINDNESS in Korean; the name captures the spirit in which the school was set up. Guided by these principles, INDUK Taekwondo pledged to be more than just a school for learning this popular martial art form; it aims to inspire its students to develop a good sense of self-discipline & social graciousness.


Taekwondo is a Korean martial art which has evolved to become a popular international sport. It became a full medal sport at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, and has been included in the list of Olympic Sports since. The sport is known for its emphasis on hand & kicking techniques. Physically, taekwondo helps develop strength, speed, flexibility, stamina as well as encourage positive mental attitude, and emphasis in character-building.

At INDUK Taekwondo, our aim is to provide quality instruction in a conducive and nurturing environment, so that students reap the benefit of what this martial art and sport has to offer. Our instructors are meticulous in their coaching – no short-cuts, no quick promises. We believe that Taekwondo is for everyone, of all ages and genders; and our training programs are designed with the ultimate goal of enhancing spirit and life through the training of mind and body.


In 2010, INDUK Singapore was established to provide quality taekwondo instructions in a conducive and positive environment. With its success, the school now has over 600 students in 3 geographical areas. INDUK Cambodia in Phnom Penh was set up in 2014, followed by INDUK Thailand located in Bangkok in 2015. Adopting a universal teaching philosophy in all 3 locations, the schools continue to inspire students to be active Taekwondo practitioners to reap the benefits this Korean martial art and sport offers – focus, strength, agility, flexibility, stamina as well as developing a positive mental attitude and character-building.