There are hundreds of styles of martial arts throughout the World, all emphasising different elements.
From the Japanese styles of Karate (with it's emphasis on punches) and Judo / Jiu Jitsu / Aikido (primarily concentrating on throws, locks and takedowns), through Chinese Kung Fu (from close-range Wing Chun, to longer range Long-Fist styles), Indonesian Penchak Silat and Vietnamese Viet Vao Dao, through to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Western Boxing.
All offer something different, depending on the circumstances under which they were created.
At Frontline Martial Arts, we mostly practice the Korean styles of Taekwondo, Tang Soo Do and Hapkido. The Korean styles lean heavily toward the striking and, particularly, the kicking techniques.
But we don't limit ourselves to these styles, so we take elements of other styles and add them into our training, to complement the core Korean styles.