The upgrade and promotion of Taekwondo requires not only the assessment of Taekwondo's various skills, but also the review of personality, endurance, courage, honesty and other spiritual qualities. Taekwondo levels are divided into ten levels and nine stages. Level 10 is the lowest level, level 1 is the highest level, and then enter the rank. One segment is the lowest segment, and nine segments is the highest segment.
The level that distinguishes Taekwondo is mainly from the belt:
The difference between Taekwondo's rank depends on the clothes and epaulets:
One-to-three sections of kimonos have black bands on the sides, and four or more sections of kimonos have black bands on both sides of the sleeves and trouser legs.
The rank and level can be distinguished according to the epaulets on the robe and the Roman numerals 1 to 9 on the belt.
Segment and level benchmarks:
The following benchmark table shows how long it takes for average students to reach a certain period,
Can be divided into three types:
Class 1. 12 months
Practice six days a week, 4 hours a day, total time is 1248 hours.
Category 2. 18 months
Practice six days a week, one and a half hours a day, the total time is 702 hours.
Category 3. 30 months
Practice 3 days a week, one and a half hours a day, the total time is 585 hours.
Upgrade benchmark table :
Ascending benchmark table :