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Jhoon Rhee Tae Kwon Do

1136 W Broad St # A
Falls Church, VA 22046 703-237-7433

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Fabulous martial arts school. Caring, supportive teachers with high standards.... - Jul 26, 2013

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Kravworks: he Fighters' Garage

132 W Jefferson St
Falls Church, VA 22046 703-533-3993

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I practice stick fighting here every weekend. The instruction is excellent... - Aug 20, 2013

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World Champion Tae Kwon Do

2929 Gallows Rd Ste 2A
Falls Church, VA 22042 703-204-0789

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Classes are fairly small for adults. Instructors are patient and kind, but... - Sep 14, 2013

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