Beauchamp's Warrior Martial Arts
Beauchamp's Warrior Martial Arts

General Commands & Forms Information

The following material is designed to help the student train at home.  If you have any questions, please see your instructor for specific details.  Also, out of respect for higher ranks, please use your integrity and do not learn above your own rank.  The basic material here is commonly used Korean terminology that wil be helpful.

Korean Commands & Numbers
 

Taekwondo Korean Words

   Korean                    English                    Korean #      English #

Chah Reot

Attention

 

hah-nah

one

June Bee

Ready

 

dool

two

Keu Mahn

Stop

 

set

three

Bah Ro

Return to Ready Position

 

net

four

Kyeong Nae

Bow

 

dah-seot

five

She Jahk

Start/Begin

 

yeo-seot

six

Shi Uh

At Ease/Rest

 

il-geup

seven

Boo Sah-beom nim

Trainee Instructor

 

yeo-dol

eight

Chah-gi

kick

 

ah-hop

nine

Chi-gi

strike

 

yeol

ten

Dan (Dahn)

Degree (Rank)

 

soo-mool

twenty

Do-bok

uniform

 

seo-reun

thirty

Do-jahng

Taekwondo facility

 

mah-heun

forty

Gae-in

Class

 

shwee-heun

fifty

Jah-sae

position

 

yea-heun

sixty

Jee-reu-gi

punch

 

ee--reun

seventy

Sah-beom nim

Instructor

 

yeo-deun

eighty

Tae-Sah-Nim

Master Instructor

 

ah-heun

ninety

 

beck

hundred

ATA BELT MEANINGS

 

 

White Belt
"Pure and without the knowledge of Songahm Taekwondo. As with the Pine Tree, the seed must now be planted and nourished to develop strong roots."
The student has no knowledge of Songahm Taekwondo and begins with a clean (pure) slate.
Purity is often signified by the color white.

 


 

 

 

Orange Belt
"The sun is beginning to rise. As with the morning's dawn, only the beauty of the sunrise is seen rather than the immense power."
The beginner student sees the beauty of the art of Taekwondo but has not yet experienced the power of the technique.
Orange is found among the many colors of the sunrise.

 


 

 

 

Yellow Belt
"The seed is beginning to see the sunlight."
The student begins to understand the basics of Taekwondo.
The sun appears to be yellow.

 


 

 

 

Camouflage (Camo) Belt
"The sapling is hidden amongst the taller pines and must now fight its way upward."
The student begins to realize his/her place in the world's largest martial art. The student must now begin to spar in order to promote in rank.
Camouflage (greens) is used to hide among the trees in the forest.

 


 

 

 

Green Belt
"The pine tree is beginning to develop and grow in strength."
The student's technique is developing power. The components of the basic techniques are beginning to work in unison.
As the pine tree develops, it sprouts green pine needles.

 


 

 

 

Purple Belt
"Coming to the mountain. The tree is in the mid-growth and now the path becomes steep."
The student has crossed over into a higher level of Songahm Taekwondo. The techniques, poom-sae (forms), and level of gyeo-roo-gi (sparring) becomes more difficult, creating a "mountain" that must be overcome.
Mountains are often depicted as being purple.

 


 

 

 

Blue Belt
"The tree reaches for the sky toward new heights."
Having passed the mid-way point, the student focuses his/her energy upward toward black belt.
The sky appears as blue.

 


 

 

 

Brown Belt
"The tree is firmly rooted in the earth."
At this point the student has mastered the basics and developed deep roots in Taekwondo.
Brown is known as an earthy color, such as dirt.

 


 

 

 

Red Belt
"The sun is setting. The first phase of growth has been accomplished."
The first day (the period of time from white belt to red belt) of growth is coming to an end. The physical skill has been developed but lacks control; therefore, physical and mental discipline must now be achieved.
Variations of red are found among the many colors of the sunset.

 


 

 

 

Red/Black Belt
"The dawn of a new day. The sun breaks through the darkness."
The previous day has ended, giving way to a new dawn. The student must begin a new phase of training; that of being a black belt.
The red is the sun (in a sunrise) as it breaks through the black of night.

 


 

 

 

Black Belt
"The tree has reached maturity and has overcome the darkness... it must now 'plant seeds for the future.'"
The color black is created when all the colors of the light spectrum have been absorbed into an object. That object has "taken control" of the colors and retained them. If one color was to "escape", the object would no longer be black but would appear as that color. The student has mastered the nine geup (grades) of Taekwondo. He/she has "absorbed" all the knowledge of the color ranks and overcome or "mastered" that level or training.
The colors of the spectrum are bound together and are not reflected off an object, resulting in the absence of color which we call black.

 

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