7th Kup – Yellow Belt – Green Tag

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 Do-San, the pattern, learned as part of the 7th Kup Syllabus.

Below is the Grading Syllabus for promotion from 7th Kup Yellow Belt, Green Tag to Green Belt.

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 Do-San named after?
A. Do-San is named after the patriot Ahn Chang-Ho, who devoted his entire life to furthering the education of Korea and its independence movement.

Q. How many movements are there in Do-San ?
A. 24

Q. What is the diagram followed?
A. 

Q. What is the Korean Term for Front Kick?
A. Ap Chagi

Q. What is the Korean Term forSide Kick?
A. Yop Chagi

Q. What is the Korean Term forTurning Kick?
A. Dollyo Chagi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Back Kick?
A. Dwit Chagi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Forefist?
A. Ap Joomuk

Q. What is the Korean Term for Backfist?
A. Dung Joomuk

Q. What is the Korean Term for knifehand?
A. Sonkal

Q. What is the Korean Term for Fingertip?
A. Sonkut

Q. What is the Korean Term for Inner Forearm?
A. An Palmok

Q. What is the Korean Term for Outer Forearm?
A. Bakat Palmok

Q. What is the Korean Term for Ball of Foot?
A. Ap Kumchi

Q. What is the Korean Term forFootsword?
A. Balkal


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

Q. Whom is Do-San named after?
A. Do-San: Is the pseudonym of the patriot Ahn Chang-Ho (1876-1938). The 24 movements represent his entire life which he devoted to furthering the education of Korea and it’s independence movement.

Q. What are the number of movements in Do-San?
A. 24

Q. What is the diagram followed by Do-San?
A.

Q. What is the definition of Anuro Makgi?
A.  Anuro Makgi (Inward Block) is a block that converges inwards, towards the centreline of the defender’s body. (The same applies to the inward strike)

Q. What is the definition of Bakuro Makgi?
A. Bakuro Makgi – Outward Block is a block that moves outwards, away from the centreline of the defender’s body. (The same applies to the outward strike)

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

Q. What is the Korean Term for Backfist Side Strike?
A. Dung Joomuk Yop Taerigi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Wedging Block?
A. Hechyo Makgi

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

Q. What is the Korean Term for Double Forearm High Block?
A. Doo Palmok Nopunde Makgi

Q. What is the Korean Term for Turning Kick?
A. Dollyo Chagi

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

Q. What is the Korean Term for Release Motion?
A. Jappyosul Tae

Q. What is the Korean Term for Fast Motion?
Balli

Do-San(24 Movements)