2nd Kup Syllabus

2nd Kup – Red Belt

Red - Signifies danger, caution the student to exercise control and warning an opponent to stay away.

Kicking Combinations selected by examiner x5

Pad Work
Selected by examiner

HWA RANG (29 moves) 2nd Kup
This pattern is named after the Hwa Rang youth group, which originated in the Silla Dynasty in the early 7th century. The 29 movements refer to the 29th Infantry Division, commanded by General Choi in 1953 where Taekwondo was developed into maturity.

Plus any three from below
TOI GYE (37 moves)
JOONG GUN (32 moves)
YUL GOK (38 moves)
WON HYO (28 movements)
DO SAN (24 move)
DAN GUN (21 moves)
CHON-JI (19 moves)
Either Four Directional Punch or Four Directional Block

1 Step Sparring
Foot Sparring

Destruction (Seniors Only)
Reverse Turning Kick x2 boards both legs
Jumping Side Kick From Parallel Position x2 boards both legs
Twisting Kick x1 board both legs
Back Fist Strike x1 board both hands

Self Defence
Defence against a weapon thrust to the stomach
Defence against a weapon strike to the head
Defence against a cross cut to the head, inward and outward


Grading Syllabus

  • Grading Dates 2015

    Coloured Belts

    Black Belts

    New Grading Location
    Tiffin Boys School Kingston
    Queen Elizabeth Rd, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT2 6RL