|1. Kiboom Poomse||Basic Form||White|
|2. TaeGeuk Il Jang||Heaven||Yellow|
|3. TaeGeuk Ee Jang||Lake or Joyfulness||Orange|
|4. TaeGeuk Sam Jang||Fire||Green|
|5. TaeGeuk Sah Jang||Thunder||Blue|
|6. TaeGeuk Oh Jang||Wind||Purple|
|7. TaeGeuk Yook Jang||Water||Brown|
|8. TaeGeuk Chil Jang||Mountain||Red 2nd Gup|
|9. TaeGeuk Pal Jang||Earth||Red 1st Gup|
|10. Koryo||Black 1st Dan Poom|
|11. Keumgang||Black 2nd Dan Poom|
|12. Taebaek||Black 3rd Dan Poom|
|13. Pyeongwon||Black 4th Dan Poom|
|14. Sipjin||Black 5th Dan|
|15. Jitae||Black 6th Dan|
|16. Cheon Kwon||Black 7th Dan|
|17. Han Soo||Black 8th Dan|
|18. Il Yo||Black 9th Dan|
Ten Rules of Poomse –
- When assuming the ready stance, be calm, cautious, and courageous. This is displayed through a show of power with the hands in a fist.
- Focus all your concentration on the task at hand. Shut out all other noises and distractions.
- Maintain objective focus. Look straight ahead in executing a block, punch or kick. You should see and visualize the target area.
- Execution of every movement must be dynamic. Maximum power should be displayed with every block, kick and punch.
- When a yell (kihap) is called for, it must be sharp and loud, reflecting the strong spirit of the performer.
- In turning, look first, then turn. Remember that in forms, one defends against multiple imaginary attackers. You must see the attackers before you can defend against them.
- Seemingly endless repetition of the poomse (over 1,000 times per form) is the key to mastering and complete understanding of the form.
- After many years, the student begins to discover the mental and spiritual nature of Taekwondo through the poomse.
- At the completion of the form, return to the ready stance – calmly, gracefully, and with satisfaction.
- Watching someone perform a poomse who has mastered it can be a breathtaking site. Always remember poomse is a performance. One should challenge himself/herself each time a form is performed.
- The Referee and Judges shall award a score, on a scale of five to ten, ten being the highest.
- If five judges system is used, the highest and lowest scores will be dropped from the total computation. In case of a tie, all scores will be computed to break the tie.
- If a three judge system is used, all scores will be computed. In case of a tie, the closest set of scores to the mean will be the winner.
- Scores will be based on:
*The correct and orderly execution of each movement.
* Degree of proficiency, which will be, judged on the basis of:
1.Beginning an ending on the same spot;
2.Executing powerful and speedily technique by tensing and relaxing muscles at the proper moments;
4.Focused eye and hand movements;
6.Inhaling and exhaling at the proper moment;
9.Synchronization of entire body movements;