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Taekwondo’s Belt System has been an important part of Taekwondo tradition since the 1940s. Students and practitioners are honored with belts and ranks for being disciplined, skilled, and dedicated to their art.

Yellow Belt - The first full color, this belt means that the student is beginning to learn and create a foundation in taekwondo. The color yellow represents the ground or earth in which the seed of knowledge has been planted and will grow.

1. YELLOW BELT - 9th KUP

If you have completed your 36 Hours or 12 Weeks of Training in White Belt, than you can apply.

Taekwondo’s Belt System has been an important part of Taekwondo tradition since the 1940s. Students and practitioners are honored with belts and ranks for being disciplined, skilled, and dedicated to their art.

Green Belt - This belt is in my experience, a milestone. I would say that most people never make it past this point. The student's taekwondo knowledge and experience is growing at a good pace now. The color green represents the plant as it sprouts and begins to grow

2. GREEN BELT - 8th KUP

If you have completed your 36 Hours or 12 Weeks of Training in Yellow Belt, than you can apply.

Taekwondo’s Belt System has been an important part of Taekwondo tradition since the 1940s. Students and practitioners are honored with belts and ranks for being disciplined, skilled, and dedicated to their art.

Green 1 Belt -This belt is in my experience, a milestone. I would say that most people never make it past this point. The student's taekwondo knowledge and experience is growing at a good pace now. The color green represents the plant as it sprouts and begins to grow

3. GREEN 1 BELT - 7th KUP

If you have completed your 36 Hours or 12 Weeks of Training in Green Belt, than you can apply.

Taekwondo’s Belt System has been an important part of Taekwondo tradition since the 1940s. Students and practitioners are honored with belts and ranks for being disciplined, skilled, and dedicated to their art.

Blue Belt - At this point, the student should have a good foundation in taekwondo and is prepared to begin learning more advanced techniques and theories. The color represents the sky toward which the plant reaches as it matures into a tree.

4. BLUE BELT - 6th KUP

If you have completed your 36 Hours or 12 Weeks of Training in Green 1 Belt, than you can apply.

Taekwondo’s Belt System has been an important part of Taekwondo tradition since the 1940s. Students and practitioners are honored with belts and ranks for being disciplined, skilled, and dedicated to their art.

Blue Belt - At this point, the student should have a good foundation in taekwondo and is prepared to begin learning more advanced techniques and theories. The color represents the sky toward which the plant reaches as it matures into a tree.

5. BLUE 1 BELT - 5th KUP

If you have completed your 36 Hours or 12 Weeks of Training in Blue Belt, than you can apply.

Taekwondo’s Belt System has been an important part of Taekwondo tradition since the 1940s. Students and practitioners are honored with belts and ranks for being disciplined, skilled, and dedicated to their art.
Red Belt - My favorite definition: The red belt is a student who knows quite a bit about taekwondo, enough to be dangerous. Now, the student must learn control, a crucial skill. The color red signifies danger, warning others to stay away and reminding the student to practice control.

6. RED BELT - 3rd KUP

If you have completed your 36 Hours or 12 Weeks of Training in Blue 1 Belt, than you can apply.

Taekwondo’s Belt System has been an important part of Taekwondo tradition since the 1940s. Students and practitioners are honored with belts and ranks for being disciplined, skilled, and dedicated to their art.
Red Belt - My favorite definition: The red belt is a student who knows quite a bit about taekwondo, enough to be dangerous. Now, the student must learn control, a crucial skill. The color red signifies danger, warning others to stay away and reminding the student to practice control.

7. RED 1 BELT - 2nd KUP`

If you have completed your 36 Hours or 12 Weeks of Training in Red Belt, than you can apply.

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