Abstract : This study aimed to examine how taekwondo leaders who work in educational services at the peak of the Third Industrial Revolution perceive taekwondo instruction, and based on the results, to critically analyze their perception from the perspective of realizable virtual objects as a driving force of the Fourth Industrial Revolution that causes a cultural paradigm shift in modern society. First, it was found that ‘their role as a multi-educator’ has an existential value in the educational services of taekwondo at the peak of the Third Industrial Revolution, but that realizable virtual objects that lead the Fourth Industrial Revolution will usher in the future world where the role is expected to lose its meaning in which ‘humanity itself is changed.’ Second, the existential value of ‘service-oriented education’ is also expected to lose its value in line with the advent of friendly robots that have artificial intelligence for daily life and lead the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which is another negative result. In conclusion, the existential value and traditional identify of the educational services of taekwondo at the peak of the Third Industrial Revolution are expected to be lost in the Fourth Industrial Revolution that industrial accelerators anticipate. These results, however, are those of superficial studies on the acceleration of industries, centering on industries only. These are not the stance of research theories that analyzed the fundamental foundation of the formation of industrial structures. Under the social structure in which humans have not reflected on their addiction to inequality caused by a series of processes in the modern industrial age, the Fourth Industrial Revolution will be practically limited and nothing but the exclusive property of only few people considering the current level of such public awareness.
Ⅲ. 연구결과 및 논의