The Korean Cultural Centre in Nigeria has presented taekwondo uniforms and training equipment to 12 organisations to support the sport in the country.
The Nigerian Army Taekwondo Association and Nigeria Police Taekwondo Association were among the groups to benefit from the donations, according to Nigerian publication This Day.
It is hoped that the new supplies can alleviate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on taekwondo in Nigeria.
The Korean Cultural Centre is attached to South Korea's Embassy in the country.
Lee Jin-su, director of the Korean Cultural Centre, said the donation was made in collaboration with the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, as well as the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation and the Taekwondo Promotion Foundation.
Other recipients of equipment include the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, Defence Taekwondo Club, FCT College of Education, Everyoung Taekwondo Club, World Alive Centre Taekwondo Club, Guards Taekwondo Club and Peak Taekwondo Club.
GM Dbassey Kick Fit Academy, Combat Taekwondo Club and Champions Martial Academy also received uniforms.
The 12 organisations were presented with the equipment last week at the Korean Cultural Centre Nigeria.
Lee stated that the applications to receive equipment - which was manufactured in South Korea - were submitted in October and selected following a screening process.
One Nigerian taekwondo player has qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Elizabeth Anyanacho - while Chika Chukwumerije won the country's sole Olympic medal in the sport at Beijing 2008.