Taekwondo Training


It is a version of an ancient form of unarmed combat practiced for many centuries in the Orient. Taekwondo became perfected in it’s present form in Korea. Translated from Korean, ‘Tae’ literally means to jump, kick or smash with the foot. ‘Kwon’ means a fist- chiefly to punch or destroy with the hand or fist. ‘Do’ means art, way or method. Tae Kwon-Do indicates the techniques of unarmed combat for self-defense, involving the skilled application of punches, kicks, blocks, dodges and interception with the hand, arms and feet to the rapid destruction of the opponent.


1- White – Signifies innocence, as that of the beginning student who has no previous knowledge of Tae Kwon-Do.

2- Yellow – Signifies Earth, from which a plant sprouts and takes root as Tae Kwon-Do foundation is being laid.

3- Green – Signifies the plant’s growth as Tae Kwon-Do skills begin to develop.

4- Green-1 – Advance LVL of Green Belt.

5- Blue – Signifies the heaven towards which the plant matures into a towering tree as training in Tae Kwon-Do progresses.

6- Blue-1 – Advance LVL of Blue Belt.

7- Red – Signifies danger, cautioning the student to exercise control, and warning the opponent to stay away.

8- Red-1 – Advance LVL of RED Belt

9- Black – Opposite to white, therefore, signifying the maturity and proficiency in Tae Kwon-Do. Also indicates the wearer’s imperviousness to darkness and fear.

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1st Dan to 2nd Dan – Two years.

2nd Dan to 3rd Dan – Three years.

3rd Dan to 4th Dan – Four years.

4th Dan to 5th Dan – Five years.

5th Dan to 6th Dan – Six years.


Every student must observe the following conduct in the Dojang in order to maintain an orderly and effective training hall.

  1. Upon entering, bow to the national flags
  2. Bow to the instructor at a proper distance
  3. Exchange greetings between students
  4. Bow to the instructor upon forming a line before training
  5. Meditate for one minute, sitting crossed legged after training
  6. Bow to the instructor upon forming a line prior to dismissal
  7. Bow to the national flags before leaving the dojang