- Be loyal to your country.
- Be obedient to your parents.
- Be loveable between husband and wife.
- Be cooperative between siblings. (brother &
- Be respectful to your elders.
- Be faithful between teacher and
- Be faithful between friends.
- Be just in killing.
- Never retreat in battle.
- Accompany your decisions with action and always
finish what you start.
- Reverence for nature.
- Physical concentration (Ki-up).
- Cultivate courage.
- Be strong inside and mild outside.
- Reading ability.
- Vocal exhalation, for thoracic strength.
- Focus of sight.
- Continuous balance during movements.
- Flexibility of the body.
- Correct muscle tone for maximum power.
- High and low speed techniques.
- Exactness of techniques.
- Adjustment for proper distance.
- Proper breathing for endurance.
- Conditioning hands and feet.
- Oneness with nature.
- Complete awareness of environment.
- Purpose of training should be enhancement of the mental and
- Sincerity is necessary.
- Effort is necessary.
- Consistent schedule during practice.
- Do your best when training.
- Train in the best spirit of Moo Duk Kwan.
- Regularly spaced practice sessions.
- Obey without objection the word of instructors or seniors;
look and learn.
- Don?t be overly ambitious.
- Pay attention to every aspect of your training.
- Pay attention to the order of training.
- Get instruction step by step in new forms and
- Try to conquer when you feel idleness.
- Cleanliness is desired after practice is