CRESTVIEW — Participants of last weekend's Korean Martial Arts Festival in downtown Crestview participated in an exit survey, with one question being, "What would you say was the best thing about KMAF?"


CRESTVIEW — Participants of last weekend's Korean Martial Arts Festival in downtown Crestview participated in an exit survey, with one question being, "What would you say was the best thing about KMAF?"



They gave these compliments, among others:



•Well organized, with interesting presentations and excellent instructors.



•Enjoyed the wide mix of backgrounds all working together to share knowledge, and presenters and martial arts masters' overall kindness and humility



•Enjoyed meeting and training with high-ranking instructors from all over the U.S. and abroad



The annual event, presented by Gordon Martial Arts, featured 15 instructors performing 30 instructional sessions ranging 45 to 60 minutes. Friday night included a keynote presentation, six sessions and four junior sessions, followed by a late dinner at Azteca Mexican Restaurant. Saturday included four keynote presentations, 10 sessions and four more junior sessions, followed by a banquet.  The event wrapped Sunday with four sessions.



"It really is one of the must-attend Korean Martial Arts events worth visiting in the USA each year," saidGeoff Booth, a martial arts teacher who traveled over a million miles to attend the festival.



Guests who attend the event come from as far away as Canada, England, Holland, Korea and Australia.



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