In Taekwondo, you will have to count in Korean (i.e. during
stretching or drills). This page helps you how to count in
Korean 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.
One - Hana ("Ha-na")
Two - Dul ("Dhool")
Three - Set ("Set")
Four - Net ("Net")
Five - Dasot ("Da-sut")
Six - Yasot ("Yo-sut")
Seven - Ilgup ("Eel-gope")
Eight - Yodol ("Yo-dull")
Nine - Ahop ("Ah-hope")
Ten - Yeol ("Yull")
For 11 through 19, add the
Korean word for 10 in front of the last number. For example,
eleven is Yeol Hana ("Yull Ha-na") - the Korean
words for 10 and 1.
Eleven - Yeol Hana
Twelve - Yeol Dul
Thirteen - Yeol Set
Fourteen - Yeol Net
Fifteen - Yeol Dasot
Sixteen - Yeol Yasot
Seventeen - Yeol Ilgup
Eighteen - Yeol Yodol
Nineteen - Yeol Ahop
Twenty - Seu-Mool ("Sew-mool")
For 21 through 29, add
the Korean word for 20 in front of the last number. For
example, twenty one is Seu-Mool Hana ("Sew-mool Han-na") - the Korean words
for 20 and 1.
The same "strategy"
applies to all of the higher numbers (i.e. 31-39, 41-49,
are some videos where you can
hear the proper
pronunciation of Korean numbers.
Count to 10 in Korean
Korean Numbers 1 thru 19
Counting in Korean (1 through 100)
Korean Numbers One Through One Hundred
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