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The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of Taekwondo training on elementary school student's emotional development. The subjects for the study sampled from Jeonju. They consisted of 180 trained students and 186 untrained students of 5th-6th graders in elementary school. The questionnaire used for collecting data was slightly modified from Kim(1985)'s and the collected data (366) were analyzed by SPSS win+ program. The statistical methods of t-test, 2-way ANOVA analysis and Sheffe' post-hoc analysis were used for data analysis. The results as were follows; 1. The levels of emotional development of pure response are non significant difference in sex, significant difference (p<0.01) in Taekwondo training group and untraining group. 2. The levels of emotional development of fear response are significant difference (p<.01, p<.001) in sex, Taekwondo training group and untraining group. 3. The levels of emotional development of avoidance response are significant difference (p<.01, p<.01) in sex, Taekwondo training group and untraining group. 4. The levels of emotional development of affection response are non significant difference in sex, significant difference (p<.01) in Taekwondo training group and untraining group. 5. The levels of emotional development of sociability response are significant difference (p<.01, p<.001) in sex, Taekwondo training group and untraining group. 6. The levels of emotional development of aggression response are significant difference (p<.01, p<.01) in sex, Taekwondo training group and untraining group. 7. The levels of emotional development of delinquency response are significant difference (p<.001, p<.001) in sex, Taekwondo training group and untraining group.