Tang Soo Do – Numbers

Tang Soo Do Numbers (or How To Count In Korean)

This page will help you to count in Tang Soo Do. We have listed the primary Korean numbers used in Tang Soo Do for training purposes such as stretching and Tang Soo Do forms or patterns. We have also added a video where you can hear the proper pronunciation of these Korean numbers.

As you know, Tang Soo Do is a Korean martial arts. Therefore, many Tang Soo Do schools require that their students know basic Korean numbers, words and terms. For other Tang Soo Do terms, visit the Tang Soo Do Terminology page.

Tang Soo Do Numbers – 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 (“Yull Ha-na”)
  • Twelve – Yeol Dul (“Yull Dhool”)
  • Thirteen – Yeol Set (“Yull Set”)
  • Fourteen – Yeol Net (“Yull Net”)
  • Fifteen – Yeol Dasot (“Yull Da-sut”)
  • Sixteen – Yeol Yasot (“Yull Yo-Sut”)
  • Seventeen – Yeol Ilgup (“Yull Eel-gope”)
  • Eighteen – Yeol Yodol (“Yull Yo-dull”)
  • Nineteen – Yeol Ahop (“Yull Ah-hope”)
  • Twenty – Seu-Mool (“Sew-mool”)

How to Count in Korean

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