White signifies innocence as that of the beginner student who has no previous knowledge of Taekwon-Do.
(at the discretion of the examiner; not in any particular order)
- 10 Press-ups (counting in Korean)
- Front rising kick (counting in Korean) – usually 10 both sides.
- Sitting stance, double punching 10 times (counting in Korean)
- Linework, as requested by Examiner
Note: A senior student will demonstrate the techniques required.
You should try to learn all of the questions and answers as you may be asked any of them at the grading.
|Meaning of Yellow Belt||Yellow signifies the earth, from which the plant sprouts and takes root as TaekwonDo foundation is being laid|
|Korean for Punch||Jirugi|
|Korean for Block||Makgi|
|Korean for Forearm||Palmok|
|Korean Inner Forearm Block||An Palmok Makgi|
|Korean Outer Forearm Block||Bakat Palmok Makgi|
|What does Sajo Jirugi mean||4 directional punch|
|How many moves in Sajo Jirugi?||7 (each side)|
|What are the Tenets of TaekwonDo?||Courtesy