Sometimes in Taekwondo, you need to know how to count beyond
1-10 in Korean (i.e. Give me a million pushups!). This page
helps you learn the higher Korean numbers used in Taekwondo and how to pronounce these numbers. For additional
Korean words such as names of Taekwondo kicks, Taekwondo commands and
various other Taekwondo terms,
please visit our main
Words, Commands & Terminology page.
Taekwondo Numbers - When stretching or practicing Taekwondo, you will
need to know how to count in Korean.
For the Korean words for
1 through 99, please visit our main
For numbers over 100,
Koreans generally use Sino-Korea versus native Korean
(as used in 1-100).
One Hundred - Baek
Two Hundred - Eebaek
Three Hundred - Sambaek
Four Hundred - Sabaek
Five Hundred - Ohbaek
Six Hundred - Yukbaek
Seven Hundred - Chilbaek
Eight Hundred - Palbaek
Nine Hundred - Goobaek
One Thousand - Chuhn
Two Thousand - Eechuhn
Three Thousand -
Four Thousand - Sachuhn
Five Thousand - Ohchuhn
Six Thousand - Yukchuhn
Seven Thousand -
Eight Thousand -
Nine Thousand - Goochuhn
Ten Thousand - Mahn
One Hundred Thousand -
One Million - Baekmahn
One Billion - Joh
are some videos where you can
hear the proper
pronunciation of Korean numbers.
Count to 100 & Above in Korean
Help beginners by adding your
Taekwondo knowledge to our sister site,
Belt Wiki (a free martial arts wiki).
Please leave a comment or question for your
fellow martial artists.
Anyone can post. To leave a comment, you can log-in via Facebook, Twitter,
Google or even post as a guest.
Posting rules - Respect all martial styles, be civil, no aggressive
self-promotion and no spam.
Violations of these rules will cause posts to be edited or deleted.
Material on this website maynotbe
copied or reproduced without the written approval of Taekwondo Animals. All
Websites may link to Taekwondo Animals. However, the text link must clearly
identify Taekwondo Animals as the reference source.
This website is copyright
protected under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act.