Vocabulary and Knowledge Study Page

2nd Green Belt

Vocabulary 

Double Click (slowly) the arrow to hear Master Shin pronounce the Korean word

COUNTING
41: Ma-hun Hana
42: Ma-hun Dool
43: Ma-hun Set
44: Ma-hun Net
45: Ma-hun Dah-sut
46: Ma-hun Yah-sut
47: Ma-hun Il-gohp
48: Ma-hun Yau-dull
49: Ma-hun Ah-hope
50: Shee-hun
WORDS
Ready for kicking: Bal-cha-ki joon-be
Start/Begin: See-jak
Break/Stop: Kalyo
Continue: Kay-sok
Grandmaster: Gwan-jang-nim
Thank you: Gahm-sa hap-ni-da
You are welcome: Chun-man-nay-yo
KICKING TERMS (cha-ki)
Back Kick: Dwe-cha-ki
MISSING AUDIO: Out to in Crescent Kick: Ahn-oo-ro chik-ki
In to out Crescent Kick: Ba-kaht-chik-ki
DEFENCE/BLOCKING TERMS (mak-ki)
Low block: Ah-ray mak-ki
High block/Face block: Uhl-goor mak-ki
Inside block: Mohm-tong ahn-mak-ki
Outside block: Mohm-tong pa-goht-mak-ki
BELT COLORATION

Review Green Belt meaning

MEANING OF TAE-GEUK POOMSE

Tae-Geuk Poomse #3 (Tae-Geuk Sahm-Jang, 6th Gup)

Symbol is Yi, meaning Fire

Through TaeKwonDo training you have developed physical strength and inner power. Now is the stage where the more effort you put out, the more your enthusiasm burns. The new movements include: Back stance, knife hand block, and knife hand strike. The new combinations include: Block punch, and block kick (which require quick speed and ability. Puts speed in defense and power in attack.

REVIEW

All White, Yellow, and Green belt Vocabulary Sheets

TESTING REQUIREMENTS
  • Vocabulary

  • Poomse: Tae-Geuk #3 / Tae-Geuk Sahm-Jang & Previous Poomses

  • One Step sparring: #7,8

  • Kicks: Previous + Above Kicks

  • Board Break: With any above kick