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The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of etiquette execution of elementary school students attending Taekwondo academy to affect their emotions. In order to do so, during the three weeks of June 440 students attending Taekwondo academy in the four cities of Kangwon district was surveyed as subjects. The researcher modified the questionnaire developed by SY. Kang(2000) & HB. Hur(2002). Pilot study was conducted on 30 students attending KN Taekwondo academy to measure the validity of the instrument, and Cronbach's was used to measure reliability of it. The reliability coeffcient for it was found to be =.728-.866. In order to assess the influence for their etiquette execution to affect their emotions, a five point Likert Scale was used. The used statistical methods for the data analysis were descriptive statistics, t-test, One-way ANOVA, and multiple regression analysis. For all analysis of the research questions, an alpha level of .05 was used.The major findings obtained from this study were as follows: First, in relation to the level of etiquette execution, there was no differences between male and female students. Second, in connection with the areas, there was statistically significant differences in conducting etiquettes between city students and local students, especially in behavior, greeting, talking, visiting etiquettes. Third, in relation with the training period, there was no significant differences. Fourth, their etiquette execution, especially in greeting, talking, visiting, telephone etiquettes, had an great effect on their emotions during their elementary school years.