- Name: Taekwon Tigers
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Q: What are the meanings of the yellow belt colors?
Q: What is your name of the form?
Q : How many movements does it have?
Q : Count from 1 to 10 in Korean?
A: Hana, dool, set, net, dahsot, yosot, ilgop, yodol, ah-hop, yol, Sir/Ma’am!
What do you call your instructor?
A: “Sah-Bum-Nim”, Sir/Ma’am!
What do you call your grandmaster?
A: “Kwan-Jang-Nim”, Sir/Ma’am!
What is Ki-Hap?
A: Taekwondo’s Energy yell, Sir/Ma’am!
Why do we Ki-Hap?
A: To develop power and confidence from inside, Sir/Ma’am!
Why do we bow?
A: To show respect, Sir/Ma’am!
Where do you look when you kick or punch?
A: At the target, Sir/Ma’am!
How do you say “horse-riding stance” in Korean?
A: Joo-choom-seo-gi, Sir/Ma’am!
What does Sa-Bum-Nim mean?
A: A father figure and master (a model for others), Sir/Ma’am!
Why do we use Ki-Hap
A: To develop power from spiritual strength, concentration, and confidence, Sir/Ma’am!
Where does the Ki-Hap come from? What part of the body is used?
How do you Kihap?
A: The Ki-Hap comes from the “Dan-Juhn”, which is the lower part of the stomach. The yell(Kihap) must be with spirit, Sir/Ma’am!
What is the bow? Why do we bow?
A: A bow is a Korean form of greeting, and we bow to show respect, Sir/Ma’am!
What is the TaeKwon Tigers’ home rule # 2?
A: Home Rule # 2
Children will always be respectful of their parents, teachers, and elders, family members at all times Sir/Ma’am!
How do you say “roundhouse kick” in Korean?
A: Dol Yo Chagi, Sir/Ma’am!