6th Kup – Green Belt

To the right you can find a pattern diagram(Click image to see larger version) showing all movements are their correct positioning and at the bottom of the page a YouTube Video of Won-Hyo, the pattern, learned as part of the 6th Kup Syllabus.

Below is the Grading Syllabus for promotion from 6th Kup Green Belt to 5th Kup Green Belt, Blue Tag.

A Downloadable PDF version is available here for easy printing and to keep for your reference.


Theory for Juniors (Under 12 Years of Age) Theory for previous grades should also be revised.

Q. Whom is Won-Hyo named after?
A. Won-Hyo was the monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty in the year 686 AD.

Q. How many movements are there in Won-Hyo?
A. 28

Q. What is the diagram followed?
A. I

Q. What does the colour green represent ?
A. Green signifies a plants growth as Taekwon-do skills begin to develop.

Q. What is the Korea Term for Close Ready Stance?
A. Moa Junbi Sogi

Q. What is the Korea Term for Fixed Stance?
A. Gojang Sogi

Q. What is the Korea Term for Bending Ready Stance?
A. Guburyo Junbi Sogi

Q. What is the Korea Term for Circular Block?
A. Dollymyo Makgi

Q. What is the Korea Term for Wedging Block?
A. Hechy Makgi

Q. What is the Korea Term for Knifehand Side Strike?
A. Sonkal Yop Taerigi

Q. What is the Korea Term for Flat Fingertip Thrust?
A. Opun Sonkut Tulgi

Q. What is the Korea Term forStraight Fingertip Thrust?
A. Sun Sonkut Tulgi

Q. What is the Korea Term for Crescent Kick?
A. Bandal Chagi

Q. What is the Korea Term for Hooking Kick?
A. Golcho Chagi

Q. What is the Korea Term for Inward?
A. Anuro

Q. What is the Korea Term for Outward?
A. Bakuro


Theory for Seniors (13+ Years of Age) Theory for previous grades should also be revised.

Q. Whom is Won-Hyo named after?
A. Won-Hyo: was the noted monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty in the year of 686 A.D.

Q. How many movements are there in Won-Hyo?
A. 28

Q. What is the diagram followed?
A. I

Q. What does the colour green represent ?
A. Green signifies a plants growth as Taekwon-do skills begin to develop.

Q. What is the Korean Term for Close ready Stance Type A
A. Moa Junbi Sogi A

Q. What is the Korean Term for Fixed Stance?
A. Gojung Sogi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Bending Ready Stance Type A?
A. Guburyo Junbi Sogi A

Q. What is the Korean Term for Upper Elbow Strike?
A. Wi Palkup Taerigi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Crescent Kick?
A. Bandal Chagi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Hooking Kick?
A. Golcho Chagi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Back Piercing Kick?
A. Dwit Cha Jirugi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Side Sole?
A. Yop Bal Badak

Q. What is the Korean Term for Side Instep?
A. Yop Baldung

Q. What is the Korean Term for Outward Waist Block?
A. Bakuro Hori Makgi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Knee Upward Kick?
A. Moorup Ollyo Chagi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Side Fist Downward Strike?
A. Yop Joomok Naeryo Taerigi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Outer Forearm Outward Block?
A. Bakat Palmok Bakuro Makgi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Palm Hooking Block?
A. Sonbadak Golcho Makgi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Outer Forearm Downward Block?
A. Bakat Palmok Naeryo Makgi

Q. What is the Korean Term for 2 Step Sparring?
A. Ibo Matsogi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Free Sparring?
A. Jayoo Matsogi


Won-Hyo(28 Movements)