Meaning of the White Belt – The white belt signifies innocence, as that of a beginning student who has no previous knowledge of Taekwondo.

Senior White Belt

**Note Junior Students ages (6-12) only have to know the bold information in meanings, all others must know entire meaning. 

All adult and teen testers will have to know both patterns and all drills for testing. 

Chon-Ji


Chon Ji: (19 moves, left foot returns) Means literally "the Heaven the Earth." It is, in the Orient, interpreted as the creation of the world or the beginning of human history; therefore, it is the initial pattern played by the beginner. This pattern consist of two similar parts; one to represent the Heaven and the other, the Earth. 



White Belt Drills 

Midtown Taekwondo

Testing


Testing is an important part of the CTF teaching program.  You must prepare by learning all your patterns, definitions, and drills. Come to the testing a little early to allow time to warm up and ask any last minute question you may have. Remember, this is a formal occasion and requires that you wear your traditional white uniform!

You must to register in advance of the testing date.  See your instructor to register and pay your testing fee. 

Additionally, all white belts and any students whose membership has expired in the Choong Sil Taekwondo Federation will need to complete a CTF membership card and pay the annual membership fee of $40.00 before they test.  

Testing is a very special occasion and a great time to demonstrate to your family and friends how much you have achieved.  Be sure to bring them with you to the testing. 

Good Luck!

Low Rank Patterns