West Midlands Schools
of Tae Kwon-Do

White Belt: 10th Kup

Tae Kwon-Do terminology is based on the Korean language, however some words were developed specifically for Tae Kwon-Do, and do not appear in the Korean vocabulary. Using these terms enable students to train anywhere in the world, over coming all languages difficulties.

Pattern(s) Required

4 Directional Punch 1 Sajo Jirugi 1
4 Directional Punch 2 Sajo Jirugi 2

General Terms

Training Hall Dojang
Training Suit Dobuk
Belt Ti
Instructor Sabum
Assistant nInstructor Bousabum
Master Sabyum
Grandmaster Saseung
Student Jeja
Grade Kup
Degree Dan
Pattern Tul

In Class Commands

Attention Charyot
Bow Kyong Ye
Ready Chunbi
Start Si Jak
Stop Goman (At’Cho)
Back to Ready Barrol
Yell/Shout Ki Hap
At Ease Shuit
Line Up Annoda Wie
Dismissed Haessan
Forwards Apro Kaggi
Backwards Dwiyro Kaggi
About Turn Dwiyro Torro
Switch Ba Quo
Continue Kae Sok
Break Kalyeo

Movements & Stances

Attention Stance Charyot Sogi
Parallel Stance Narani Sogi
Sitting Stance Annun Sogi
Walking Stance Gunnan Sogi

Sections of the Body

High Section Nopunde
Mid Section Kaunde
Low Section Najunde

Parts of the Body

Head Mori
Hand Son
Forefist Ap Joomuk
Forearm Palmok
Inner Forearm Ap Palmok
Outer Forearm Bakat Palmok
Knee Moorup
Shin Kyong Gol
Foot Pal

Tenents of Tae Kwon-Do

Courtesy Ye Ui
Intergrity Yom Chi
Perseverance In Nae
Self Control Guk Gi
Indomitable Spirit Baekjul Boolgool
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