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Monr/Wyan TSD Test

Written Test - Monroe/WyandotteTang Soo Do

QuestionAnswer
What does Gup mean? Degree holder of a color under black belt.
What type of ranking system do Black Belts have? A Dan system. Dan means Degree, Holder of black belt (midnight blue).
Tang Defend and Strike
Soo Open Hand
Do Way of
Tang soo do The way of the open hand to defend and strike
Moo Military/Brotherhood/Prevent Combat
Duk Knowledge/a feeling of affection tempered with respect (virtue)
Kwan School or Institute
Moo Duk Kwan Institute of Martial Virtue
Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan The brotherhood and school of stopping inner and outer conflict and developing virtue according to the way of the worthy hand
Soo Bahk Do The name of the Ancient Martial Art of Korea . (The name of the Martial Art that Moo Duk Kwan, Tang Soo Do is based upon. )
In what city and country did Moo Duk Kwan originate? Seoul, South Korea
Who founded Moo Duk Kwan? Grandmaster Hwang Kee.
What is the name of the Federation we belong to? International Tang Soo Do Federation.
Who is the head and founder of the federation? Grandmaster Chun Sik Kim
When was Moo Duk Kwan founded? November 9, 1945 between 2:30-3:00 pm
What does the belt of a Grandmaster look like? Their black belts (midnight blue) have two red stripes running horizontally through the length of the belt. (7th degree through 10th degree Dan.)
What does the belt of a Master look like? Their black belts (midnight blue) have one red stripe running horizontally through the length of the belt. (4th degree through 6th degree Dan.)
From what style did the strong kicking and hard blocking of Moo Duk Kwan originate? Soo Bahk Do
What other country influenced Moo Duk Kwan? China
What is the percentage of influence of all the styles that make up Tang Soo Do? 60% Soo Bahk Do 30% Northern Chinese 10% Southern Chinese
Why does Moo Duk Kwan have a Martial Arts influence from another country? The age of Japanese occupation forced Hwang Kee to flee for his life so he escaped Korea by going north to Manchuria (China) in 1936.
What style of Martial Arts from China influenced Moo Duk Kwan? Kung Fu/Wu Shu
What does the word karate mean? Empty Hand
In what country did the word karate originate? Japan
Regarding the flag of the United States of America What do the 50 stars represent? The 50 states.
Regarding the flag of the United States of America What do the 13 stripes represent? The original 13 colonies.
Regarding the flag of the United States of America Red = Strength
Regarding the flag of the United States of America Blue= Justice, Vigilance
Regarding the flag of the United States of America White= Innocence
Who was the first Korean Tang Soo Do Master to come to Detroit, MI? Jae Joon Kim (Dan #38)
What color on the Korean flag represents "Father"? Red
Does Yang represent mind or body? Body
What color on the Korean flag represents UM? Blue
When was Grandmaster Hwang Kee born? November 9, 1914
When did Grandmaster Hwang Kee die? July 14, 2002
What did Grandmaster Hwang Kee buy for a worldwide training place? A mountain
For how many years did Hwang Kee have to flee his country? Nine. 1936-1945
Pyong Wall Balanced, Calm, Peaceful
Ahn Safe Confident, Comfortable
Why do we study Tang Soo Do? Develop every sense of self.
Master Patrick Wilcox Monroe
Master Michael Cerrito Grand Blanc
Master Anthony Husted Fenton
Master Jerry Dollinger, Jr. Flushing
Master Ray Johnson Redford
Master Jeremy Dollinger Swartz Creek
Certified Instructor Jean Pilon Wyandotte
What does Do - Symbol in Center of ITF Emblem mean? The Way
What does the color gold represent on the ITF Emblem? Never Changing
What does the color white represent on the ITF Emblem? The Beginning or the Purity of Tang Soo Do
What does the compass represent on the ITF Emblem? Symbolizes the Geographical Locations Throughout the World
What does the inner circle represent on the ITF Emblem? Confidence a Practitioner Develops Through Tang Soo Do Practice
What does the outer circle represent on the ITF Emblem? Physical Skills & Good Health a Practitioner Develops Through Tang Soo Do Practice
What does the blue circle represent on the ITF Emblem? Represents a Tang Soo Do Practitioner is Still Learning at that Level
What does the World Map with "Do" imposed represent on the ITF Emblem? The Entire World can Follow & Learn the Way of Tang Soo Do
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