WTF Taekwondo Forms – Written & Video Instructions
Here are instructions for WTF color belt Taekwondo forms (1 thru 8) and black belt Taekwondo forms so that you can ace your next belt test. In addition, many of these form sections include Taekwondo demonstration & instructional videos performed by Korean Taekwondo Masters. These martial arts experts show you what your forms should really look like.
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WTF Taekwondo Forms 1 thru 8 – Written & video Instructions for Taekwondo color belt forms
- Taekwondo Form 1 – Taegeuk Il Jang
- Taekwondo Form 2 – Taegeuk Ee Jang
- Taekwondo Form 3 – Taegeuk Sam Jang
- Taekwondo Form 4 – Taegeuk Sa Jang
- Taekwondo Form 5 – Taegeuk Oh Jang
- Taekwondo Form 6 – Taegeuk Yuk Jang
- Taekwondo Form 7 – Taegeuk Chil Jang
- Taekwondo Form 8 – Taegeuk Pal Jang
This page focuses on WTF Taekwondo Taeguek forms. Some Taekwondo schools teach Palgwe forms that have the same names for these color belt forms (i.e. Il Jang). So please check your instructor to see if your Taekwondo school is teaching Taegeuk or Palgwe forms.
WTF Taekwondo Black Belt Forms – Videos and/or written Instructions for Taekwondo black belt forms
- Taekwondo Black Belt Form 1 – Koryo
- Taekwondo Black Belt Form 2 – Keumgang
- Taekwondo Black Belt Form 3 – Taebaek
- Taekwondo Black Belt Form 4 – Pyongwon
- Taekwondo Black Belt Form 5 – Shipjin
- Taekwondo Black Belt Form 6 – Jitae
- Taekwondo Black Belt Form 7 – Cheonkwon
- Taekwondo Black Belt Form 8 – Hansu
- Taekwondo Black Belt Form 9 – Ilyo
Higher belts have to learn multiple Taekwondo forms or poomse. For the initial black belt test, you must know the basic WTF Taekwondo forms 1 through 8 and be ready to demonstrate them in different orders (i.e. your Taekwondo instructor might ask you to demonstrate Taekwondo forms 8, 5, 1, 6 and 3 – in that order). Studying these free written & video WTF form instructions will help you to pass your black test.
FYI – Different Taekwondo schools may teach slight variations to each of the WTF Taekwondo forms. In order to pass your belt tests, you should know your school’s required format. However, if you compete in outside tournaments (those not organized by your Taekwondo school), you need to perform the official WTF poomsae/forms if you want to win.