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        The symbolism of Tang Soo Do belt system in it's progression from white to black can be compared with the         cycle of  the seasons. Each color stands for a specific stage of achievement.         

White
Beginner's belt color. White represents a primitive stage of achievement. Thus, the seed lies dormant beneath the snow of winter.

Yellow

The planted seed begins to sprout and make roots under the surface.
Orange
Represents new growth which appears in spring. Our Tang Soo Do knowledge begins to reveal itself.
Green
Represents the speedy development of youth as summer arrives.
Brown
Represents power, stability, agility, weight and wisdom. This is a stabilizing stage, both mentally and physically, analogous to the plants which curtail their growth and prepare to flower in late summer.
Red
Represents blood, life, energy, attention and control. The student's power and techniques begin to bloom and ripen.
Blue
Represents maturity, respect, and honor. Our dark blue belt is given to the Cho Dan Bo (Black Belt Candidate). He or she must prepare mind and body for the final step needed to attain Black Belt.
Black
Represents technique mastery, calmness, dignity, sincerity. Black Belt is the final stage of one life and the beginning of the next. Thus, we see that it is not only the end of one stage but, more importantly, the beginning of a path which leads up through the ranks of the higher Black Belts.



  • Integrity
  • Concentration
  • Perseverance
  • Respect and Obedience
  • Self Control
  • Humility
  • Indomitable Sprit


  • SELF DEFENSE
    We protect our selves, family and possessions from injustice and danger.

  • HEALTH
    We promote physical health and enjoy strong bodies and sound minds through rigorous training.

  • BETTER PERSON
    We strive to be of better character through endurance, hard work, and commitment.


        The five codes of Tang Soo Do apply to all members and are meant to assist the Tang Soo Do practitioner.

  1. Loyalty to country
  2. Obedience to parents
  3. Honor friendship
  4. I will always finish what I start
  5. In fighting, choose with sense and honor


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