Choue worked to reform the organization so that taekwondo could continue to develop as a controvery-free Olympic sport. His goal was to make taekwondo more fun and dynamic, and to increase fairness in referee judgment. He also hoped to improve the reputation of the WTF and taekwondo.
The WTF Reform Committee report that was developed over two meetings was officially adopted on March 10, 2005 at the IOC headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland with IOC President Jacques Rogge attending. The core tasks were to ensure fairness, increase dynamism and make the sport more media friendly. Also in 2005, the IOC voted to include taekwondo in the official program of the 2012 London Olympic Games. Of the 116 IOC members that participated in the vote, which was conducted both electronically and anonymously, taekwondo won majority approval. For the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the IOC's executive board decided to add two more male and female athletes to the previous total of 124 athletes from the Beijing Olympics so there would be 128 taekwondo athletes. It also decided to increase the number of bronze medals awarded per each weight category from one to two.