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2011
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Terminology

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Hamilton Mill Choi Kwang Do Terminology

Choi Kwang Do is of Korean origin - many of its traditions and customs, as well as terminology, stem from Korea's own heritage. Characteristics such as bowing, promoting respect for seniors, loyalty, are all examples of traditional Korean philosophy. Another important historical influence on Choi Kwang Do's philosophy is the Idea of Musado, or "way of the warrior spirit". This philosophy, emphasizing bravery in battle and a never give up attitude, was based on the heroic deeds of an ancient Korean military group called the Hwarang Do (literally, flower of youth or manhood). This elite group, comparable to today's special forces, were known for their self-imposed extreme training, which included early forms of martial arts training, mountain climbing, and swimming rivers during the cold of winter. Through such demanding mental and physical training, the Hwarang Do warriors were able to unite the three warring kingdoms of Korea for the first time in its history. The Hwarang Do had a strict code of honor, which has evolved to this day to become the Principles of Choi Kwang Do:


Korean Alphabet

As a part of the monthly Instructor training held throughout Georgia, Grandmaster Woo has prepared a tool for learning the Korean alphabet. For those who can not attend these training sessions we are making the Korean alphabet document available here:

Download Korean Alphabet Template


Class Commands

Charriot

Attention

Kyung Yae

Bow

Chun Bi

Ready Stance

Sejak

Begin

Baro (of Chun Bi)

Back to Ready Stance

Goman

Stop

Shi Uh

At Ease

Koo - Ryung Op See

In Your Own Time

Koo – Ryung Ay Machura

By The Count

Dwiro Dora - or - Class Dora

Turn Around

Hai Sun

Dismiss

Op Uro Gamya

Move Forward

Dwi Uro Gamya

Move Backward

Bal Ba Kwa

Switch Stance



Stances (Sugi)

Chun Bi Sugi

Ready Stance

Op Sugi

Front Stance

Yup Sugi

Side Stance

Anjun Sugi

Sitting Stance

Bang Uh Jasae

Defense Posture (Hands Up)



Kicks (Chagi)

Op Bal

Front Leg

Dwi Bal

Rear Leg

Op Chagi

Front Kick

Yup Chagi

Side Kick

Hullya Chagi

Swing Kick

Bandae Hullya Chagi

Reverse Swing Kick

Dwi Kum Chi Op Chagi

Heel Front Kick

Naeryo Chagi

Downward Kick

Bandal Chagi

Crescent Kick

Bituro Chagi

Twisting Kick

Dolmya Yup Chagi

Spinning Side Kick

Dolmya Bandae Hullya Chagi

Spinning Reverse Swing Kick

Mikulmyu Chagi

Sliding Kick

Twimya Chagi

Jumping Kick



Body Sections (Dan)

Ahrae

Low Area (Below Belt)

Momtong

Body (Belt to Shoulders)

Ulgool

Face, head, and neck



Blocks

Ahrae Makki

Low Block

Anuro Makki

Inward Block

Bakuro Makki

Outward Block

Dung Palmok Anuro Makki

Back Arm Inward Block

Dwi Sonbadak Ulgool Makki

Rear Hand Inward Block (Face Level)

Dwi Sonbadak Momtong Makki

Rear Hand Body Block

Pi Ha Gi

Dodge


Punches, Thrusts, and Strikes

Jirugi

Punch

Op Joomuk Jirugi

Front (Fist) Punch

Dwi Joomuk Jirugi

Rear (Fist) Punch

Dolya Jirugi

Round Punch

Sewo Dolya Jirugi

Vertical Round Punch

Olliyo Jirugi

Upward Punch

Chirugi

Thrust

Sonkut Chirugi

Finger Thrust

Chigi

Strike

Yup Joomuk Chigi

Sidefist Strike

Dung Joomuk Chigi

Backfist Strike

Sonkal Chigi

Knifehand Strike

Sonkal Dung Chigi

Reverse Knifehand Strike

Palkup Chigi

Elbow Strike

Mori Chigi

Head Strike

Morup Chigi

Knee Strike

Sonbadak Chigi

Palm Heel Strike



Directions

Op

Front

Dwi

Back or Rear

Yup

Side

Oo

Right

Joa

Left

Bandae

Reverse

An

Inner

Bakkat

Outer

Dolya

Turning

Dora

(To) Turn

Uro

Going Towards a Specific Direction

   

For Example:

 

Bakuro

Going Outwards

Anuro

Going Inwards

Uro Gama

(You) Step (Move) in a Certain Direction



Rank

Gup

Grade

Dan

Degree



General Terms

Pil Suhng

School Motto: Certain Victory

Dojang

The School: House of Discipline

Do Bok

Uniform

Yun Sok

Combination

Hyung

Pattern or Form

Bang Uh

Defense

Jung Sin Yuk

Mental Strength (Martial Art Spirit)

Ki Hap

Loud yell to bring out mental and physical strength

Sahjonim

"Founder", Formal address for Grand Master Choi

Sabumnim

"Teacher", Formal address for all Instructors

Choi Kwang-Do

The Art of Grand Master Kwang Choi

Tae Kwon-Do

Korean Art of Kicking and Punching

Karate

Martial Art meaning literally "Empty Hand"

Kung Fu

Chinese Martial Art meaning "Skill"



Korean Counting

Hana

One

Dool

Two

Set

Three

Net

Four

Tasut

Five

Yasut

Six

Ilgop

Seven

Yodol

Eight

Ahop

Nine

Yol

Ten

Han Bun

Single

Doo Bun

Double

Sae Bun

Triple



Korean Phrases

An Yeong Haseyo

Hello

An Yeong Hi Kä Sip Seyo

Goodbye (If you are leaving)

An Yeong Hi Kä Sip Seyo

Goodbye (To someone who is leaving)

Gam Sahab Nida

Thank you very much


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