The Korea International Co-operation Agency (KOICA) has made an equipment donation to the Nepal Taekwondo Association.
KOICA, which organises grant aid programmes for the South Korean Government, has handed over NPR2.9 million (£21,000/$28,000/€23,000) of gear in total.
Among the donations are 16 chest covers, 30 censor shocks and 15 head guards, according to the Kathmandu Post.
Sparring and demonstrations have already taken place with Nepal aiming to improve its taekwondo prowess.
The country has been represented by three taekwondo players in its Olympic history.
The most recent was Nisha Rawal, who competed in the women's 67 kilograms class at Rio 2016 in August.
She was defeated by eventual gold medallist Zheng Shuyin of China in the first round, before losing a repechage contest to France's Gwladys Épangue.
At Beijing 2008, Deepak Bista fought in the men's under-80kg division.
He followed Sangina Baidya's appearance in the women's under-49kg competition at Athens 2004.
Both players did not advance beyond the first round.