Korean Terminology

This is small list of Korean you can expect to hear in a normal training session.

Attention = Charyot
Classification of Instructor (1st to 3rd degree) = Boo-Sabum, Nim Geh
International Instructor (4th to 6th degree) = Sabum, Nim Geh
Bow = Kyong – Ye
Commence/Start = Si Jak
Ready = Junbi
Stop = Goman
Return to Ready Stance = Baro
About Turn = Dwiyo Torra

Left = Wen
Right = Oran

Training Room = Dojang
Training Suit = Dobok

One = Hana 
Two = Dool 
Three = Set 
Four = Net 
Five = Tasot 
Six = Yaset 
Seven = Ilgop 
Eight = Yadul 
Nine = Ahop 
Ten = Yul 

Other Korean terminology can be found in the belt grading syllabus once you register with the GTUK*

And on these very helpful web sites: 

Korean Terminology


*Full Terminology and Grading Requirements
A full list can be found on the GTUK web site where you can register as a member and then see your own grading requirements.

These GTUK colour belt adult grading requirements and terminology are available to registered website members only, located under forms and documents. A full example can be found by clicking on the white belt.

Pewees, junior colour belt, black belt star grades and adult black belts grading requirements and terminology will be coming soon.

Hand and foot parts – Korean names
Hand and foot parts – Korean names
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