Vocabulary and Knowledge Study Page

Green Belt

Vocabulary 

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

COUNTING
31: Su-run Hana
32: Su-run Dool
33: Su-run Set
34: Su-run Net
35: Su-run Dah-sut
36: Su-run Yah-sut
37: Su-run Il-gohp
38: Su-run Yau-dull
39: Su-run Ah-hope
40: Ma-hun

WORDS

Turn Around: Dw-ro-doh-rah
Front: Ahp
Side: Yup
Back: Dwe
Round: Dohlyo
Upper Section: Sahng-dan
Middle section: Joong-dan
Lower section: Ha-dan
Punch: Ji-roo-ki
Strike/Chop: Chi-ki
KICKING TERMS (cha-ki)
Front Hook Kick: Ahp-who-ri-ki
Turning Round Kick: Dwe-dora-dohlyo-cha-ki
Side Kick: Yup-cha-ki
STANCE TERMS (suh-ki)
Back Stance: Dwe-goo-be
Horse Stance: Ju-choom-suh-ki
BELT COLORATION

Green Belt

This is the color of the sprout and represents the spring when growth and activity abound.

MEANING OF TAE-GEUK POOMSE

Tae-Geuk Poomse #2 (Tae-Geuk Ee-Jang, 7th Gup)

Symbol is Tae, meaning "internal strength and external gentleness"

After diligent practice of Tae-geuk Il-Jang, now you have a stronger base to develop yourself further. There are more front kicks and black-kick-punch combinations. Combinations must be performed gently but with dynamic inner power.

REVIEW

White, Yellow, and 2nd Yellow Vocabulary Sheets

TESTING REQUIREMENTS
  • Vocabulary

  • Poomse: Tae-Geuk #2 / Tae-Geuk Ee-Jang & Previous Poomse

  • One Step sparring: #5,6

  • Kicks: Previous + Above Kicks

  • Board Break: With any above kick