I disagree. The KKW exists to promote TKD as it arose from the unification movement. The WT exists to supervise the sport of Olympic sparring. The WT exists only because the Olympic Committee has (for now...) included TKD as an Olympic sport. The KTA (the KKW didn't exist at the time...) was a powerful lobby for the initial inclusion in the Olympics (but certainly not the only one), but it's this inclusion in the Olympics without which the WT (or another organization to do the same thing) would not exist. Without the KKW, but with TKD in the Olympics, the WT (or whatever name they chose) would still have come into existence. Different bodies. Different goals. Different purposes. Different addresses (they're both in Seoul, but something like an hour apart...). Different employees. Different, well, pretty near everything.