Below is the knowledge required for testing for a 2nd Dan Black
The pattern history, pattern diagram, and number of movements for the pattern Gwang-Gae
The pattern history, pattern diagram, and number of movements for the pattern Gye-Baek
The pattern history, pattern diagram, and number of movements for the pattern Po-Eun
The two types of umpires for Taekwon-Do;
Class A – for judging at International Competitions
Class B – for Judging at National
The six (6) types of sparring;
1 Prearranged sparring
2 Semi-free sparring
3 Free sparring
4 Foot technique sparring
6 Prearranged free sparring
The nine (9) parts, or guidelines, of the Philosophy of Taekwon-Do;
Be willing to go where the going may be
tough and do the things that are worth doing even though they are difficult.
Be gentle to the weak and tough to the
3 Be content with what you have in money and position but never in skills.
Always finish what you begin, be it large
Be a willing teacher to anyone regardless of religion, race, or ideology.
6 Never yield to repression or threat in the pursuit
of a noble cause.
Teach attitude and skill with action rather than words.
8 Always be yourself even though your circumstances may change.
9 Be the eternal teacher who teaches with the body when young, with words when old, and by moral precept even after
characteristics of a Parallel Stance with a Heaven Hand (na-ran-hi seo ha-neul-son)
The characteristics of a One-Leg Stance (Oe-bal Seo-gi)
of a Couched Stance (O-geu-ryeo Seo-gi)