Information & Study Material
Here are some helpful things just for students, like pattern definitions, tenets, and even how to tie your belt.
Song Song: White and Yellow Belt, CTF Self-Improvement Pattern. Students must learn the pattern and definition to test from White to Yellow.
Chon Ji: White Belt (and junior yellow belt) Korean pattern. Teen and adult students must learn the pattern and defintion to test from White to Yellow, and for junior students (children under the age of 12), it is bonus material at white belt, but required at Yellow 1 & 2.
Dan Gun: Korean pattern for Yellow 1 & 2. Students must learn this to test for Yellow 3 & 4.
Do San: Korean pattern for Yellow 3 & 4. Students must learn this to test for Green 1 & 2.
Won Hyo: Korean pattern for Green belt 1 & 2 stripes. This pattern (along with all patterns to this rank) is required for students to test for Green 3.
Yong Gom: The Green and Blue Belt, CTF Self Improvement pattern. Students will learn this at Green 3 and need to perform it to test for Green 4.
Yul Gok: Students at Green 4 will learn this pattern and perform it to test for Blue 1 & 2.
Joong Gun: The Korean pattern learned at Blue 1 & 2, to be performed at testing for Blue 3 & 4.
Toi Gye: The Korean patterned for Blue belts, stripes 3 & 4. This pattern is performed when testing for Red 1 & 2.
Hwa Rang: The Korean pattern for belt ranks Red 1 & 2, to be performed when testing for Red 3.
Hyung Sil: The CTF Self Improvement pattern for Red belts. This pattern will be used to test for Red 4.
Choong Moo: At Red 4, students will learn this Korean pattern. Students will also need to be prepared to perform this and any pattern when testing for 1st Recommended Black Belt.
Kwang Gae: This pattern is performed by 1st recommeded, testing for 1st decided black belts.
Po Eun: This is the first of the Korean patterns for 1st decided black belts.
Gae Baek: This is the second Korean pattern learned by 1st decided black belts, testing for 2nd recommended.
Sil Hyung: The final CTF Self Improvement pattern, practiced by black belts.
Eui Am: This Korean pattern is practiced by 2nd recommended ranks to test for 2nd decided.
Choong Jang: The first of 3 Korean patterns for 2nd decided black belts.
Ko Dang: "The Forgotten Pattern" is another Korean pattern for 2nd degrees.
Juche: The third Korean pattern learned at 2nd degree black belt.
Sam Il: The first of 3 Korean patterns learned at 3rd degree.
Yoo Sin: The second Korean pattern for 3rd degrees.
Choi Yong: The third Korean pattern for 3rd degree black belts.
Yon Gae: This is the first of 3 Korean patterns for 4th degree black belts.
Ul-Ji: This is the next Korean pattern for 4th degrees.
Moon Moo: This is the final Korean pattern learned at 4th degree, testing for 5th degree.
Se Jong: The first of 2 Korean patterns for 5th degrees.
So San: The second Korean pattern for 5th degree black belts.
Tong Il: This is the final Korean pattern, learned and performed to test for Master rank, 7th degree black belt.
Example of How To Tie Your Belt
Stripes (for non white belts) start on the left and will end up on the right side when the belt is tied properly.