A U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Certified Teaching Program






The Program

Mr. Darno V. DeJohnette, Sr. is a 4th Degree Master and Certified Instructor in the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation®.

This certified martial arts program focuses on the unity and development of the mind, body and spirit through the practice of Soo Bahk Do®.

Chil Sung means "Seven Stars" and refers to the Big Dipper and the North Star. O Ro is the fifth in a series of seven hyung (forms) created by Kwan Jang Nim (Grandmaster) Hwang Kee. The Chil Sung forms are unique to Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan®. They were designed by Grandmaster to guide the Moo Do student on his martial arts quest, as the North Star once guided mariners of old on their seafaring journeys.



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DISCIPLINE and RESPECT - (in photo from left to right) Darno DeJohnette KDJ, Medy Wundrow KDJ, Cort Stinehour SBN, Gary Wong KDJ, and Robert Maderazo SBN
When our students join the Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation they discover that it is more than just a world-wide martial art organization... it is a global Family! Soo Bahk!!!




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Includes registration fee, training uniform and 5 karate classes.

Learn the practical Basics of martial arts self-defense. Classes are for students ages 5 to adult, and are held on Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00 PM to 8:15 PM. Advanced Black Belt classes are held on Wednesday from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM.

Your Next Steps

  • 1. Contact Master DeJohnette at (619) 602-3446 and set up an appointment
  • 2. Visit the studio, meet the instructor and get a FREE karate lesson
  • 3. Order a new student uniform and ask about Federation Membership
  • 4. Click the YELP button below, purchase a redeemable voucher and start training NOW!

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Pyung Ahn means "peaceful confidence." This is the first in a series of hyung (forms) created by Master Idos in the 1870s. In learning the Pyung Ahn forms the student overcomes his feelings of inadequacy and develops confidence in his own abilities. With confidence comes "inner peace."