White belt

PERSONAL DETAILS

  • Name:
  • Address: Postcode
  • Date of birth: 1/26, 2016
  • Mom & Dad’s Date of birth :
  • Training start date:
  • Instructors’ name:  
  • Club (Dojang) address: Taekwon Tigers 2741 Middlefield Rd. Palo Alto 94306
  • Club (Dojang) contact telephone No: 650-521-0678

ALL STUDENTS

Q: What are the meanings of the white belt colors?
A: Positive (I can do it)

Q: What is your name of the form?

A: Taegeuk 1 Jang (6 steps/12 steps/18 steps – depends on their level and age)

Q: How many movements does it have?

Q: How do you greet (“How are you?”) each other in Korean?
A: “Anyoung Ha Shim Neeka or Anyoung Ha Seyo” Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What is Taekwondo?
A: A Korean martial art and Olympic Sports, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What does Tae kwon do mean?
A: “Tae” means foot or kicking, “Kwon” means fist or punching, and “Do” means way of life, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What is the name of your Taekwondo school?
A: Taekwon Tigers, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What is your Master’s name?
A: Instructor Hyejin Jung, Instructor Eva Titan, Instructor Johnny, Instructor Hasib, Instructor Harry Cha Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What is the first thing you do when you enter the dojang?
A: Bow toward the flags and greet instructors with a loud and strong ‘Taekwon Sir!”

 

Q: How do you say “Thank you” in Korean?
A: “Kahm-Sah-Hahm-Nee-Dah”, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What are your parent’s phone number and home address?
A: What are your mother and father’s birthdays?

 

FOR STUDENTS 9 AND OLDER (Study all questions)

Q: How do you say, “How are you?” in Korean?
A: “Ahn-Nyung-Hah-Shim-Nee-Kah?”, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What is Kukkiwon and where is it located?
A: Kukkiwon is the Headquarter of the World Taekwondo Federation, and is located in South Korea, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What is the TaeKwon Tigers home rule # 1?

A: TaeKwon Tigers Home Rule #1
Children shall greet their parents with “Hi Mom, Hi Dad,” when they enter the house, and tell parents, “Good-bye,” when they leave the house, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: How do you say “front kick” in Korean?
A:  Ap-Cha-Gi, Sir/Ma’am!