This page looks at Taekwondo numbers (or how to count in Korean). In Taekwondo, students will have to count in Korean (i.e. during stretching or drills). Therefore, we have listed Taekwondo numbers from 1-100. This page helps students learn how to properly pronounce these Taekwondo numbers. FYI – Korean numbers are often used in stretching sessions, Taekwondo forms, ITF Taekwondo patterns and Palgwe forms.
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For additional Korean words such as names of Taekwondo kicks, Taekwondo commands and various other Taekwondo terms, please visit our main Taekwondo Words, Commands & Terminology page.
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How To Count In Korean For TaekwondoOne – Hana (“Ha-na”)Two – Dul (“Dhool”)Three – Set (“Set”)Four – Net (“Net”)Five – Dasot (“Da-sut”)Six – Yasot (“Yo-sut”)Seven – Ilgup (“Eel-gope”)Eight – Yodol (“Yo-dull”)Nine – Ahop (“Ah-hope”)Ten – Yeol (“Yull”)For 11 through 19, add the Korean word for 10 in front of the last number. For example, eleven is Yeol Hana (“Yull Ha-na”) – the Korean words for 10 and 1.Eleven – Yeol Hana (“Yull Ha-na”)Twelve – Yeol Dul (“Yull Dhool”)Thirteen – Yeol Set (“Yull Set”)Fourteen – Yeol Net (“Yull Net”)Fifteen – Yeol Dasot (“Yull Da-sut”)Sixteen – Yeol Yasot (“Yull Yo-Sut”)Seventeen – Yeol Ilgup (“Yull Eel-gope”)Eighteen – Yeol Yodol (“Yull Yo-dull”)Nineteen – Yeol Ahop (“Yull Ah-hope”)Twenty – Seu-Mool (“Sew-mool”)For 21 through 29, add the Korean word for 20 in front of the last number. For example, twenty one is Seu-Mool Hana (“Sew-mool Han-na”) – the Korean words for 20 and 1.The same “strategy” applies to all of the higher numbers (i.e. 31-39, 41-49, etc.).Thirty – So-RoonForty – Ma-HoonFifty – SheenSixty – Yes-SoonSeventy – E-RoonEighty – Yo-DoonNinety – Ah-HoonOne Hundred – Baek
Taekwondo – How To Count To 10 In Korean
Korean Numbers – 1 Through 100
Higher Korean Numbers
Stuck at home? Taekwondo books are great tools to supplement the information being taught by your martial arts instructor (i.e. practicing patterns & forms).
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