This study is designed to focus on the aesthetic contents of Taekwondo demonstration. That is, this research aims to take a look at the beauty, aesthetic experience, and aesthetic materials of Taekwondo demonstration in order to look for the aesthetic factors of the demonstration. The following are the conclusions of this research. First, the beauty of Taekwondo demonstration has a creative factor, which means that one can demonstrate creative skills on the basis of the established ones because the higher to skills are, the better the quality of Taekwondo demonstration is. And the harmonious beauty of Taekwondo demonstration based on the fact that all things can exist in harmony and that disharmony brings destruction. Harmony relates to a cooperative relations of contrast and unity among each and every factor and component of a form. Harmony is distinguished form contrast. The former refers to parallel arrangement of each thing with delicate differences. And harmony of cooperation and teamwork is of great importance. Second, the aesthetic experience of a player has been physically and mentally expressed in a perfect degree through the Taekwondo performance which he or she is in pursuit of. His or her will to perfect motions and his or her will to make the motions beautiful determine the range of action and can be expressed in the form of performance. The essence of the beauty of the player`s emotional expression should be strong, powerful and graceful. And the aesthetic experience of Taekwondo can be made possible through the conveyance of these feelings to visual sense. Third, the formation of Taekwondo demonstration can be expressed in a variety of forms based on the movement of lines. The patterns of line procession lead to parallel movement, retrogression, intersection, radiation and assembly and separation. In case regression movement, the starting point of two lines move in the opposite direction. In case of intersection movement, two or more lines cross each other. The points of Taekwondo demonstration include a variety of expressive factors. What expresses representative forms is to use united motions and Poomsae, which achieve a formation. The formation can be expressed with a point. The arrangement of Poomsae and the forms of movement can be delineated through the movement of one point to another. In case of team Poomsae, an individual movement starts and ends with one image in its center.