By developing an upright mind and a strong body, we will acquire the self-confidence to stand on the side of justice at all times. Major General Choi Hong Hi (Founder of Taekwon-Do)

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The road to fitness and confidence



Please use the above menu to view the curriculum for the other colour belts

What is Taekwon-Do all about

The pattern for this level (Yul-Gok) has the most number of moves of all the colour belt patterns at 38. Whilst not technically hard it does introduce 'connecting motion' which you may find difficult to master initially. Also at this level you may wish to hone your sparring skills and introduce some reverse kicks into your routine. Again, practicing your balance and coordination is the key to success here.


Grading Pattern - Yul-Gok

Yul Gok is the pseudonym of the great philosopher and scholar Yi I (1536-1584 AD), nicknamed the “Confucius of Korea”. The 38 movements refer to his birthplace on 38o latitude and the diagram represents ‘scholar’.
The pattern can be viewed here Yul-Gok

For Yul-Gok on Wikipedia Click Here

Line Work

Basics, as before
Line kicks and combinations


Any warm up deemed suitable, pressups, star jumps etc
3 Step (Banjo Matsoki) scenarios
3 step semi-free sparring (Ban Jayoo Matsoki)
2 step sparring 1-4 (Ibo Matsoki)
Free sparring
Self Defence


Pattern meaning
Belt colour meaning

Please Note: Students should be competent with all techniques, exercises, and patterns from previous levels as well as their current grade.