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Sat 7th Jun 2008 00:43
M. Hildering

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Hello everyone,

I'm new on this forum, but for quite some time, i've been wondering about who the designer of the present Dobok is?
It is a really outstanding design!
I've trained in many other outfits, like a T-shirt and dobok pants, or an 'old-fashion' overlashed jacket with the cords, but i prefer wearing my complete dobok.

I'm studying graphic design at the moment, and i've been designing quite some things for my Taekwon-do association. I wonder if the designer (or designers) could give me some inspiration when designing something new about Taekwon-do. 

Perhaps you could tell me more about the design than what the book (encyclopedia) tells?



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Jon_Mackey

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What is the name on your Dobok?
The best make at the moment is Korean made Top Pro imo
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M. Hildering

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I have had my my initial and last name embroided in my dobok, when i participated in the ITF World Championships in Birmingham last year. It was kind of a souvenir.

Actually, i didn't mean what brand, but the whole idea of the dobok design. I like the doboks with a zipper in the shirt.
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