Dojang (school) Rules:

  • Students will bow, as a form of respect to the instructors and upon entering and leaving the floor.
  • Students will behave at all times like ladies and gentlemen both inside and outside the Dojang. 
  • We have a 3 strikes rule of fighting outside the school. If you’re the cause of a fight (at fault), or blatant display of disrespect to parents. After the 3rd warning you will be asked to leave the Dojang. 
  • There will be no “sparring” without the expressed permission of the instructor. 
  • Students will not chew gum in the Dojang.
  • Students under 18 are expected to be mindful of their school work and aim to try their best.
  • Students that wish to progress through belt testing shall attend a min of 2 classes per week.
  • Students that wish to compete (Invite Only) will be expected to attend the sparring class.
  • Students will maintain a respectful attitude at all times. 
  • Personal cleanliness is essential. Finger and toe nails must be kept short along with the use of deodorant.
  • No watches, or other dangerous jewelry may be worn during class.
  • Students shall keep their uniforms clean.
  • Students shall not engage in loud talking or laughing, nor will profanity be tolerated in the Dojang.
  • All students must perform, to the best of their ability, the required lessons and forms.
  • Students will not arrive earlier than 15 minutes to their class time. ( excludes higher ranks for teaching )

Korean Numbers

1.     Hana
2.     Dul
3.     Set
4.     Net
5.     Dasut
6.     Yasut
7.     Eol Gup
8.     Yodul
9.     Ahop
10.  Yol



Train with Passion,

                     Fight with Honor,

                                      Live the Sport!

 

Korean Terms

  • Kwanjangnim –                Grandmaster
  • Sabumnim –                    Master
  • Kyo Sanim –                    Instructor
  • Charyut –                        attention
  • Gukki ye –                       flag
  • Kyung ye –                      Bow
  • Kam sa ham nida –         Thank you
  • Anyong ha shim neeka – Hello, How are you?
  • (formal)
  • Anyon ha say oh –          Hello ? (informal)
  • Anyon Ga say oh –         Good by (informal)
  • Jhoon bi –                       ready stance (poomse)
  • Shi ja –                           Begin
  • Kuman –                        Stop
  • Baro –                            Return
  • Poomsae –                     Form
  • Dobok –                         Uniform
  • Dojang –                        School
  • Kihap -                           Yell