As a child, Grandmaster No grew up with Martial Arts, coming from a family who practised Martial Arts. Taekwondo has been, and continues to be an important and major part of his life. Grandmaster No studied Taekwondo and Judo at Yong-In University in Korea.
In 1972, Grandmaster No followed his brother, Ke Hyung No's (founder of Australia Taekwondo) footsteps and migrated to Australia where he started teaching at his brother club, who had moved to Australia earlier in 1963.
In 1981, Grandmaster No opened his own club, Joon No's Taekwondo with a number of clubs located throughout Victoria. He is currently a Kukkiwon 8th Dan & Hapkido 9th Dan Black Belt. He has been successfully teaching Taekwondo to thousands of students and is recognised and respected in Australia, Korea and Internationally as a gifted instructor and coach.
Joon No's Taekwondo prides itself as a family friendly club where all family members are welcome to train together or join in club events. Grandmaster No personally coaches students at most locations, enabling him to identify and develop students according to their age and ability, as well as maintaining traditional Taekwondo etiquette.
Under Grandmaster No's guidance and training, our instructors deliver the same curriculum with high expertise and passion in their teaching. They are past students of Grandmaster No who have been training under him for many years, some as long as forty years. Our instructors are qualified, internationally recognised Kukkiwon Black Belts with Working with Children checks.
Grandmaster No’s unique training techniques and great passion for teaching have created an outstanding and consistent record, producing not only State and National but many International Champions. Grandmaster No himself also has a number of personal achievements over the years, holding various positions at world championship events.
For the past forty five years, Grandmaster No has successfully promoted Taekwondo in Australia and continues to do so with pride and passion.
2016 7th Oceania Championships Fiji - Coach
2016 10th CK Classic Malaysia - Coach
2016 1st Oceania President Cup Canberra - Coach
2016 6th Royal Princess Cup Bangkok - Head Coach
2015 2nd World Cadet Championships Korea - Coach
2015 28th Summer Universiade Games Korea - Head Coach & Manager
2015 6th Australian Open Melbourne - Coach
2014 5th Australian Open Sydney - Coach
2014 6th Oceania Championships Sydney - Coach
2014 1st Thailand Open Bangkok - Head Coach
2014 8th World Taekwondo Culture Expo Korea - Head Coach
2014 New Zealand Open Auckland - Head Coach
2014 Youth Olympic Games Qualification Tournament Taipei - Head Coach
2014 World Junior Championships Taipei - Head Coach
2013 Jeonju Open International Korea - Head Coach
2013 New Zealand Open Auckland - Head Coach
2013 US Open Las Vegas - Head Coach
2013 1st Phuket International Championships - Head Coach
2012 6th World Taekwondo Culture Expo Korea - Head Coach
2012 15th Southern Thailand Taekwondo Championships - Head Coach
2011 1st Russian Open - Head Coach
2011 6th CK Malaysia Open Kuala Lumpur - Head Coach
2011 5th Commonwealth Taekwondo Championships Chennai India - Chairman of Poomsae Referee Board & Coach
2016 7th Oceania Championships Fiji - One GOLD One SILVER
2016 10th CK Classic Malaysia - Two GOLD Two BRONZE
2016 1st Oceania President Cup Canberra - Two GOLD One SILVER One BRONZE
2016 6th Royal Princess Cup Bangkok - One GOLD One SILVER Four BRONZE
2015 2nd World Cadet Championships Korea - Two representation on the Australian Team
2015 28th Summer Universiadg Korea - One representation on the Australian Team
2015 6th Australian Open Melbourne - Two GOLD Two SILVER Two BRONZE
2014 5th Australian Open Sydney - Two GOLD Two SILVER Two BRONZE
2014 6th Oceania Championships Sydney - Two GOLD
2014 8th World Taekwondo Culture Expo Korea - Three GOLD Five SILVER One BRONZE
2014 1st World Cadet Championships Azerbaijan - One representation on the Australian Team
2014 New Zealand Open Auckland - Eight GOLD Three SILVER Two BRONZE
2014 Youth Olympic Games Qualification Tournament Taipei - One representation on the Australian Team
2014 World Junior Championships Taipei - Highest representation on the Australian Team with 3 athletes
2013 Jeonju Open International Championships Korea - Two SILVER Two BRONZE
2013 New Zealand Open Auckland - Ten GOLD Three SILVER Three BRONZE
2013 1st Phuket International Championships Thailand - One BRONZE
2012 5th Oceania Championships Gold Coast - One GOLD One BRONZE
2012 6th World Taekwondo Culture Expo Korea - One GOLD Five SILVER Seven BRONZE
2012 15th Southern Thailand Open - Three GOLD
2011 6th CK Malaysia Open Kuala Lumpur - One GOLD Two SILVER Seven BRONZE
2011 5th Commonwealth Championships Chennai India - Highest representation on the Australian Team with 5 athletes Four BRONZE