Seventy children graduated from a taekwondo programme organised at the Korean Cultural Centre (KCCN) in Nigeria.
The Korean Cultural Centre, based in Abuja, aims to promote the exchange of culture, sports and tourism between South Korea and the African nation.
Participants in the under eight beginners, under eight coloured belt and over eight coloured belt categories graduated from the centre's taekwondo programme after a test, as reported by Nigerian daily newspaper, This Day.
Aisha Jelilove, Chizea Chisom and Chizea Ikechukwu received an excellence award for standout performances.
The taekwondo programme has been taking place at the KCCN since 2010.
“KCCN has produced so many students," said KCCN director Lee Jin-su.
"The students have come a long way but still have a long way to go.
"I urge them to continuously develop their skills."
Last October the KCCN hosted the Ambassador Cup Taekwondo Championships, welcoming around 400 athletes from West Africa.