Ch'ang Hon Taekwon-Do

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Below is the knowledge required for testing for a 6th Geup Green Belt:
 

The pattern history, pattern diagram, and number of movements for the pattern Do-San

 

The meaning of the color of Green Belt 

 

The opening ceremony for a Taekwon-Do class;

Attention                                               cha-ryeot

Face the Flag                                       guk-gi-e dae-ha-yeo

Salute (Over Heart)                              gyeong-nye

Return (Attention)                                 ba-ro

Sit or Kneel                                          an-jeo

Meditate                                               mung-nyeom

Return (Stand)                                      ba-ro

Attention                                               cha-ryeot

Face the Instructor                               sa-beom-nim kke

Salute (Bow)                                         gyeong-nye

 

The closing ceremony for a Taekwon-Do class;

Attention                                               cha-ryeot

Face the Flag                                       guk-gi-e dae-ha-yeo

Salute (Over Heart)                              gyeong-nye

Return (Attention)                                 ba-ro

Sit or Kneel                                          an-jeo

Meditate                                               mung-nyeom

Return (Stand)                                      ba-ro

Attention                                               cha-ryeot

Face the Instructor                               sa-beom-nim kke

Salute (Bow)                                        gyeong-nye

Class is Finished – Dismissed             hae-san

Thank You Very Much                         go-map seum-ni-da

 

 

The nine reasons for the practice of Courtesy as listed in General Choi's Encyclopedia;

1       To promote the spirit of mutual concessions

2       To be ashamed of one's vices, contempting those of others

3       To be polite to one another

4       To encourage the sense of justice and humanity

5       To distinguish instructor from student, senior from junior, and  elder from younger

6       To behave according to etiquette

7       To respect others possessions

8       To handle matters with fairness and sincerity

9       To refrain from giving or accepting any gift when in doubt

                   

The characteristics of an L-Ready Stance (ni-eun-ja jun-bi seo-gi)

 

The characteristics of a Walking Ready Stance (geon-neun jun-bi seo-gi)

 

 

 

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