Charyeot - attention
Joon Bee - ready
Do Jhang - bow
Do Bok - uniform
Sa Bum Num - Instructor
Ba Roe - going back to Joon Bee
Kook GI - flag
Keumhan - stop
Ki Hap - yell
Kook Ki Yea Dae Na Yeo Kyeong Naet - bow to the flag
Sa Bum Nim Kea Keong Naet - bow to the Instructor
Sa Bumm Nim Kam Sa Ham Ni Da - Instructor thank you
dhee - belt
dobok - uniform
The Tenets of TaeKwonDo focus on the positive development of the whole individual. These are not merely words but characteristics a successful martial artist should strive to live by in life.The tenents of taekwondo are the root of martial arts and should serve as a guide for all martial art students.
1. I shall observe the Tenets of Tae Kwon Do, Sir. 2. I shall repsect Instructors and Seniors, Sir. 3. I shall never misuse Tae Kwon Do, Sir. 4. I shall be a Champion of Freedom and Justice, Sir.
Dojang is a term used in Korean martial arts, such as taekwondo, Kuk Sool Won, and hapkido, that refers to a formal training hall. It is typically considered the formal gathering place for students of a martial art to conduct training, examinations and other related encounters.
Do (道) means 'the way' or 'art' and Jang (場) means 'a place'. Which makes dojang the place where one practices the way. In the case of martial arts it is the place where one practices the path of that martial art, much like dojo in Japanese. More specific terms such as "hapkidojang" or "taekwondojang" can be used for particular subtypes of dojang. The word dojang (道場) originates from Buddhism..
Bow when entering or leaving the Dojang, showing respect for the place where we build our mind, body and spirit