Taekwondo - Words, Commands & Terminology
Here are the essential Taekwondo
words, commands & terminology that you will need for this
martial art. Surprise your Taekwondo Master by speaking Korean! Moreover, many schools require you to know & speak
these basic Taekwondo words & terms in order to receive your belts.
We have also include a number of videos so you can listen to the
proper pronunciation of these Taekwondo terms and commands.
Visit the various sections below in order to learn numbers,
important Taekwondo commands, names for Taekwondo kicks
and other basic Korean words (i.e. Hello).
Taekwondo Numbers - When stretching or practicing Taekwondo, you will
need to know how to count in Korean. This page teaches you how
to pronounce various Taekwondo numbers (i.e. 1 thru 20).
Taekwondo Numbers - This page teaches you the Korean
words for higher numbers such as one million (i.e. Give me a
Important Taekwondo Words or Commands
Taekwondo commands such as Come to Attention, Kick, Ready
Korean Names for Taekwondo Kicks
- Learn the Taekwondo words
for Front Kick, Roundhouse Kick, Spinning Hook Kick and many
Names for Taekwondo Punches & Strikes - Learn the
Taekwondo words for Punch, Back Fist, Elbow Strike and more.
Names for Taekwondo Sparring Terms - Learn the Korean words
for various Taekwondo sparring terms (i.e. "Begin" the Fight and
"End" the Fight).
Korean Greetings (i.e.
Hello & Goodbye) - Learn how to properly greet your Taekwondo instructor
say goodbye, etc.
Other Korean Words & Terms
- This page includes the Korean pronunciation videos for Parts of the Body, Hello, Yes & No and many more.
Impress your Master/Instructor by greeting him/her in Korean!
More Korean Words - This page includes Korean
pronunciation videos for Korean food, fruit, vegetables and
kitchen items (i.e. plates). Useful if you want to take your
Korean instructor out to a Korean restaurant in order to say
Even More Korean Words
- This page includes Korean pronunciation videos for
vehicles, animals, sports, etc. Surprise your Korean Taekwondo
instructor by sprinkling some of these Korean words into your
is an example of the videos that you will find in this section of
Count to 10 in Korean