Chungcheongbuk-do to host 2021 World Online Martial Arts Masterships and 2021 WMC Convention

CHEONGJU, South Korea, October 20, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The 2021 World Martial Arts Online Masterships (online.mastership.org) and the 2021 World Martial Arts Masterships Committee (WMC) Convention (http://www.wmc-convention.com) will have held for six days starting October 28 at the Online Studio and Grand Plaza Cheongju Hotel in Chungcheongbuk-do.

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The 2021 World Martial Arts Online Masterships runs for five days starting October 29 in the Online Studio. During the event, the 2021 World Martial Arts Committee (WMC) Convention will also be held from October 28 to 30. The 2021 Global Martial Arts Online Masterships is the premier international online martial arts multi-game. Under the theme of the New Challenge, Open World, it will feature 10 martial arts categories, including official Olympic Games, Judo and Taekwondo events, attended by 3,300 people from 100 countries. The event will serve as a stage for the exchange of information on martial arts around the world and will suggest the direction for the world of martial arts in the era of the pandemic through the slogan, No visas, No of passports, No borders, No COVID-19. The matches and judging will take place on the online platform established by the WMC and the operation of the matches and all events will be broadcast online. (Graphic: Business Wire)

Hosted by Chungcheongbuk-do and WMC, organized by WMC and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation, the 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships, under the patronage of UNESCO, is the first international online martial arts championship. multi-artistic games organized with the aim of overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic and promoting a continuous exchange of global martial artists.

Under the theme “New Challenge, Open World”, the event featuring 10 martial arts categories, including official Olympic Games events, judo and taekwondo, will bring together 3,300 people from 100 countries. The event will serve as a stage for the exchange of information on martial arts around the world and will suggest the direction for the martial arts world in the era of the pandemic through the slogan “No visas, no passports, no borders, no COVID-19. “

Martial artists from each country will demonstrate their forms for the respective category, such as Poomsae and Kata online, and the judges will also evaluate the forms and rank the participants online. Matches and judging will take place on the online platform established by the WMC and the operation of the matches and all events will be broadcast live online.

The WMC 2021 convention will also be held from October 28 to 30.

After last year, the WMC convention also adopted the hybrid method (online and offline) this year and the program will include the world martial arts industry fair, the academic conference, the world forum for leaders in the arts. martial arts and the general meeting of the WMC. All WMC Convention programs will be streamed live on its website and YouTube channel.

The WMC achieved international status by being approved as a Permanent Consultative Member (PCM) of UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Committee for Physical Education and Sport (CIGEPS) and as a signatory of the World Anti-Doping Agency Code. (AMA) and it is the first martial arts and sports organization in Korea to participate in the Sports for Climate Action of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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