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Taekwondo & Hapkido training prepares one to meet physical challenges, but its mental aspects are equally important. 

That Taekwondo & Hapkido does assume the importance of developing the mind is shown in a number of ways. On one level training incorporates various symbolic gestures, which are meant to set it apart from other activities as a mental as well as a physical pursuit.

The student wears a suit of pure white to represent the purity of spirit. The consciousness, which one must show towards maintaining care over appearance in the Dojang, becomes a symbolic consciousness of the spirit in which the art is to be pursued. The student is thus caused to look inwardly to consider his or her attitudes and pursue the art thoughtfully.

The Student is also required to bow on entering and leaving the Dojang. This is a gesture of respect for the seriousness of what takes place in the Dojang and towards fellow students and instructors. It also marks of, in the students mind, martial arts training from other more ordinary pursuits. It is a gesture of leaving one’s worldly concerns outside the Dojang, making it possible to focus purely on the tasks at hand. The idea of meditation in the class carries this idea further. Ritualising the process of clearing the mind and focusing one’s energies – an exercise in mental discipline and concentration.

All these aspects, especially that of showing respect to one’s fellow students (regardless of ability) and to the instructors, are fundamental to the ideal of Taekwondo. & Hapkido This will provide a basis for developing respect for one's self and one’s own accomplishments, as well as respect for others in everyday life.

Rules of the Dojang

  • On entering and leaving the Dojang all students must always bow.
  • When a black belt enters the Dojang, students must stop what they are doing and bow towards them.
  • A student must never be late for a training session. Lateness will result in a student being placed at the back of class, regardless of grade.
  • The Dobok (uniform) must always be clean and pressed for each class.
  • The Dobok should not cover hands and feet.
  • The Tee (belt) should be tied correctly with both ends hanging the same length.
  • Only a white tee shirt is permitted to be worn under the Dobok.
  • Suitable training shoes may be allowed with the permission of the instructor.
  • If the Dobok becomes dishevelled during training, it should only be fixed when allowed. You must turn away from the instructor to fix the Dobok.
  • No jewellery, hats or shoes are to be worn during the class.
  • There must be no eating or drinking in the Dojang - especially during the class.
  • Students must conduct themselves in an orderly manner before, during and after the class.
  • The student must always refer to the instructors as Sir / Sa Bom Nim (male) or Ma’am / Song Seng Nim (female).
  • The student must respect each other’s grades. A student of a higher grade must exercise control when sparring with a lower grade.
  • All students must sign in before entering the Dojang.
  • Theses rules are to enable a well-disciplined, safe and respectful training

Chung Yong              Blue Dragon
Taekwondo               The way of the foot
                                    and hand
Hapkido                     The way of coordinated                                         energy

Kwang Jang Nim       Grand Master Instructor
Sa Bom Nim              Master Instructor (4~6)
Chok Yon Nim          Blackbelt Instructor (1~3)
Do San                       Non-Blackbelt Instructor

Kum Som Neda       Thank you
Do Bock                    Uniform
Tee                             Belt
Ho Goo                      Body Protector
Do Jang                     Training Hall

Kook Gye                  Korean National Flag

Qurogee                   Sparring
Hanbo Qurogee      One Step Sparring
Eebo Qurogee         Two Step Sparring
Sebo Qurogee         Three-Step Sparring
Jayo Qurogee           Free Sparring

Poomse                    Pattern

Gyeok Pa                   Breaking
Ho Sin Sul                 Self Defence

Momtong Bashin    Press Ups
Chagi Undong         Kicking Exercise
Ap Cha Olligi            Leg Raising

Oreun                       Right
Wim                           Left
Sang-Dan                  High
Chung-Dan               Middle
Ha-Dan                      Low


Hana                    One
Dool                     Two
Set                        Three
Net                       Four 
Dasot                   Five
Yasot                    Six
lkop                      Seven
Yodol                    Eight
Ahop                     Nine
Yol                         Ten

Il                             First
Ee                           Second
Sam                       Third
Sah                         Fourth
Oh                          Fifth
Yook                       Sixth
Chil                         Seventh
Pal                           Eighth
Koo                          Ninth
Sip                           Tenth  


Charyot                     Attention
Kyong Ye                  Bow
Joonbi                        Ready
Si Jak / Shi Sha         Start
Keuman                    Stop
Paro                           Return To Start
Shi Yo                        Rest / At Ease
Kalyeo                       Break / Separate Key
Seok                          Continue
Haessan                    Dismiss
DwiroTorra               About Turn
Baquo                       Switch

Parts of the Body

Med-Ri                   Head 
Eolgool                   Face 
Ima                         Forehead
Noon                      Eye
Ko                           Nose
Ip                            Mouth 
Teok                       Chin 
Gui                          Ear 
Mok                         Neck

Momtong                Body
Ga-Seum                 Chest 

Pal                            Arm 
Pal-Koop                 Elbow 
Pal-Mok                   Wrist / Forearm 

Son                           Hand
Son-Garak                Finger
Son-Nal                     Knife-Hand 
Son-Nal-Deung        Ridge-Hand
Pyon-Son                  Spear-Hand
Ageum-Son              C-Hand 
Batang-Son              Palm-Hand 
Han-Son-Garak       One Finger
Gawi-Son                  Two Finger 
Joomeok                    Fist
Deung-Joomeok       Back-Fist 
Me-Joomeok             Hammer-Fist
Bo-Joomeok              Covering of Fist 
Bam-Joomeok           Single Knuckle Fist
Pyon-Joomeok          Flat-Fist

Arae                             Leg 
Mureup                       Knee 

Bal                                Foot
Bal-Garak                    Toe 
Bal-Nal                         Knife Edge Of Foot
Bal-Nadak                    Inside Edge Of Foot 
Bal-Deung                    Instep 
Ap-Chook                     Ball Of Foot
Dwi-Chook                   Heel
Dwi-Koomchi               Achilles Heel

Hur                                Waist