Korean Terminology

“Knowledge cannot help the world unless we share it with others.”
~ Eternal Grand Master H.U. Lee

HU Lee
Commands

Bahroh - Return to ready position
Sijahk - Start
Kohmahn - Stop
Shiuh - At ease

Charyot - Attention
Kyungnae - Bow
Junebee - Ready Position
Dojahng - training space
Dobok - Uniform

Poomsae - Forms
Kick - Chah-gi
Strike - Chi-gi
Punch - Je-ru-gi

Numbers

1 - Hana (Hah-nah)
2 - Dul (Dool)
3 - Set
4 - Net
5 - Dosut (Dah-seot)
6 - Yosut (Yeo-seot)
7 - Ilgulp (Il-geup)
8 - Yodul (Yeo-deol)
9 - Ahup (Ah-heop)
10 - Yul (Yeol)

11 - Yul-hana
12 - Yul-dul
13 - Yul-set
14 - Yul-net
15 - Yul-dosut
16 - Yul-yosut
17 - Yul-ilgulp
18 - Yul-yodul
19 - Yul-ahup

20 - Sumol (Soo-mool)
30 - Suron (Soo-reun)
40 - Mahon (Mah-heun)
50 - Schwin (Schwee-heun)
60 - Yesun (Yea-seun)
70 - Ilheun (Ee-reun)
80 - Yeodeun (Yeo-deun)
90 - Aheun (Ah-heun)
100 - Beck