ACCA TKD? That sounds interesting. Is that a new substyle or a TKD organization? I'm always on the lookout for new TKD substyles. In Korea there's actually a renewed interest in "traditional" Korean Martial art due to the boom of K-1 and MMA. These days any TKMA that trains for MMA or Kickboxing matches have the name "Ssiljun" in their substyle. Ssiljun means "actual fight" or "realistic fight". So a TKD gym that trains for realistic fights are called Ssiljun Taekwondo. I've even seen an ad advertising Ssiljun Hapkido, I think that is a gym where Crazy Kwang Lee (MMA pro fighter in Spirit MC) trains in, I could be wrong though. But I do know that some professional fighters do come from Ssiljun Hapkido gyms. I've also heard of Pro-Taekwondo before too, but I don't know if it is the same as Ssiljun TKD or not in Korea. I'm leaning on that possibility that Pro-TKD and Ssiljun TKD are very similar in that they train realistically and for full-contact matches, but that they are under totally different management and rules.