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    Tae Kwon Do is the Korean form of unarmed self-defense. Tae means to use the foot to kick, Kwon means fist, and Do translates to the way, art or method. Tae Kwon Do employs 17 different forms of attacks to 54 vulnerable parts of the body, and could be quite lethal to an attacker. Tae Kwon Do involves the skilled application of punches, blocks, dodges, interceptions, open hand strikes, punches and kicks to incapacitate or neutralize an attacker. Despite the fact that it could be lethal, Tae Kwon Do ethics demand that a student have restraint and exercise self-control.