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King Sejong wanted to provide Koreans with a written means of expression other than the complicated Chinese system. With this objective in mind, he commissioned a group of scholars to devise a phonetic writing system that would correctly represent the sounds of spoken Korean and that could be easily learned by all people. The system, called Hangul, was completed in 1443.

Taekwondo Terminology

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Counting 1-20

1.…..Hana  

2...…Dool

3...…Set

4...…Net

5...…Dasut

6...…Yosut

7...…Ill Gop

8...…Yo dol

9...…A-Hoop

10.…Yoal

11.…Yoal-Hana

20.…Soo Mool

Counting 21-100

21.…Soo Mool Hana

30.…Saroon

31.…Saroon Hana

40.…Mahoon

41.…Mahoon Hana

50.…Shioon

60.…Yesoon

70.…Ilheun

80.…Yudoon

90.…Aheun

100...Bak

Listings 1st-50th

1st…Ill

2nd….Ee

3rd…..Sam

4th…..Sah

5th…..Oh

6th…..Yook

7th…..Chil

8th…..Pahl

9th…..Koo

10th…Ship

20th…Eeship

30th…Samship

40th…Sahship

50th…Ohship

Taekwondo Do-Jang  Terminology

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