GRIPS

Yang-ban -  Parallel grip 
Pyeong -   Yin & yang grip 
Dae dang - Long grip
So dang - Short grip


STANCES

Chun-bi  - Get ready 
Ki-ma-se - Horse riding stance
Beom-ho-se - Tiger stance, or back stance
Ka-yong-se - Hidden dragon stance
Joong-pyeong-se - Middle stance
Ja-yeon-se - Natural side stance
So-do-se - Short or low stance ( small stance )
Dae-do-se - Long or big stance
Ji- ha-se - Lower, ready stance
Keum-gye dok- hak-pal-sang-se - Crane stance   
Yeuk-sodo-se - Kross stance
Pokho-se - Crouching tiger stance
MOVEMENTS

Pung-cha dol-gi - Cartwheel
Do-yak - Jump
Hoe Jeon - Rolling
Dol Ah - Spinning
Ahp / Ahp-er-ro - Forward / to the Forward
Dwi / Dwi-ro - Backward / to the Backward
Jwa / Jwa-ro - Left / to the Left
Woo / Woo-ro - Right / to the Right
Cheon-cheon-hee - Slowly
Ppa-reu-ge - Quickly
Him-it-ge - Powerfully
Bu-deu-reob-ge - Softly