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Joo Im Kwahn Jahng Nim Lawson Plummer
Kuk Sool Won of Walzem
Pyuhng Kwahn Jahng Nim Jen Plummer
Mr. Lawson Plummer is a co-owner and Master Instructor of Kuk Sool Won of Walzem. He has been involved in self-defense since a young boy, first learning the basic skills of boxing. In 1992 Mr. Plummer joined the U. S. Air Force, where he learned the Korean Martial Art of Kuk Sool Won under the instruction of Ji Do Kwahn Jahng Nim Daniel Jolly while stationed at Ramstein AB Germany. After JDKJN Jolly was transferred, Mr. Plummer was one of three instructors appointed to run Kuk Sool Won of Ramstein. In 1997 Mr. Plummer was transferred to McGuire AFB, New Jersey, where he opened the his Kuk Sool Won school under the direction of Chief Master In Joo Suh and the permission of Grand Master In Hyuk Suh. In 2000 Mr. Plummer separated from the military and in 2001 he moved to San Antonio, TX. In 2002 Kuk Sool Won of Walzem was opened.
JIKJN Lawson's Accomplishments:
Certified World Kuk Sool Association (WKSA) Instructor
Authorized to issue worldwide recognized rank through the WKSA
Certified in Reflexology & Acupressure
Children and Adult Instructor 1995 - Present
Women's Self Defense 1998 - Present
Self Defense Experience:
Kuk Sool Won
Wing Tsun Kung Fu
Tae Kwon Do - Mu Do Kwan
Edge Weapons (Knife and Sword)
A few accomplishments of JIKJN Lawson:
1995 - Appointed Assistant Instructor of Kuk Sool Won of Ramstein
1997 - Opened first Kuk Sool Won school in New Jersey
1998-2000 - Hand picked to teach Women's Self Defense Course on McGuire AFB
2002 - Opened Kuk Sool Won of Walzem in San Antonio, TX
2003 - Selected to teach self-defense tactics to Army Special Forces Unit
JIKJN Lawson has performed demonstrations in Europe, Asia, and United States. He has also performed for Asian Pacific Heritage Association on multiple Air Force Bases. JIKJN has competed in national and international tournaments and won a host of medal and trophies, defeating many ranked competitors.
To make a difference in the life of every student he teaches. To teach all of his students to be patient in life and training and strive to learn something new everyday.
Pyuhng Kwahn Jahng Nim Jennifer Plummer is a co-owner and Master Instructor, of Kuk Sool Won of Walzem. She began training in Kuk Sool while serving in the U.S. Air Force under the instruction of Joo Im Kwahn Jahng Nim Lawson Plummer in New Jersey. After a year of intense training in Korea, SBN Jen reunited with JIKJN Lawson in San Antonio. After her promotion to 1st degree black belt, she was named the assistant instructor and began teaching classes for children and adults.
With an unwavering devotion to Kuk Sool, PKJN Jen strives to instill the same foundation and values of enthusiasm and training in all the students. PKJN Jen received her promotion to 2nd degree in 2005, making her the first female student to be promoted to the rank of Kyo Sa Nim (2nd Degree Black Belt) under JIKJN Lawson. Her commitment to training hard and conquering challenges is evident by her accomplishments. PKJN Jen's continued progression includes completion of testing and promotion to 5th Degree, she is the first female Kuk Sool Won Master in San Antonio and the first female Master promoted under JIKJN Lawson Plummer.
PKJN Jen’s Accomplishments:
Certified in Reflexology & Acupressure
Certified by South Texas Amateur Boxing Association (STABA) as a Coach/Referee/Timekeeper
Children, and Adult Instructor 2002 - Present
Women's Self Defense 2005 - Present
2010 Battle of the 7 Cities Sparring Grand Champion
2004-2008 World Kuk Sool Championship Sparring Gold Medalist
2007 WKSA Nationals, 2nd Degree Grand Champion
2006-2008 World Kuk Sool Championship Weapons/Sword Gold Medalist
2006 Body, Mind, and Soul Open Sparring Champion
2005 Kokusai Karate Classic Sparring Champion
2005 Battle of the Alamo Karate Tournament Sparring Gold Medalist
2003 Sunset Open Karate Classic Sparring Champion
PKJN Jen's Goal:
To help all students reach their full potential as Kuk Sool practitioners, with an understanding that physical limitations do not have to be a set back or a disadvantage.