Belts

SIGNIFICANCE OF BELT COLORS

White: Signifies the beginning, starting with a pure mind.

Yellow: The color of a spring sprout just after the seed has been planted.

Blue: The color of the summer sky toward which a maturing plant grows.

Purple: The color of the flowering plant.

Brown: The color of the harvest season.

Black: The opposite of white, therefore signifying proficiency. Black is a combination of all of the colors of the universe.

 

RANK BELT HYUNG
10th KUP WHITE CHON-JI
9th KUP 2nd DEGREE YELLOW DAN-GUN
8th KUP 1st DEGREE YELLOW DO-SAN
7th KUP 2nd DEGREE BLUE WON-HYO
6Th KUP 1st DEGREE BLUE YUL-GOK
5th KUP 2nd DEGREE PURPLE JOON-GUN
4th KUP 1st DEGREE PURPLE TOI-GYE
3rd KUP 3rd DEGREE BROWN HWA-RANG
2nd KUP 2nd DEGREE BROWN CHOONG-MOO
1st KUP 1st DEGREE BROWN ALL PREVIOUS HYUNGS
1st DAN 1st DEGREE BLACK KWANG-GAE, POE-EUN, GE-BAEK
2nd DAN 2nd DEGREE BLACK EUI-AM, CHOONG-JANG, KO-DANG
3rd DAN 3rd DEGREE BLACK SAM-IL, YOO-SIN, CHOI-YONG
4th DAN 4th DEGREE BLACK YON-GAE, UL-JI, MOON-MOO
5th DAN 5th DEGREE BLACK SO-SONG, SE-JONG
6th DAN 6th DEGREE BLACK TONG-IL
7th DAN 7th DEGREE BLACK
8th DAN 8th DEGREE BLACK
9th DAN 9th DEGREE BLACK
Source of reference: “Taekwon-Do” by General Choi Hong Hi

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