To be thoughtful and considerate of others.
Maintaining good manners and appropriate etiquette at all times.
Taekwondo students and instructors should be polite, and show consideration for others.
To have courage in the face of adversity.
A Taekwondo student should never be dominated by, or have his spirit broken by another.
Having the spirit, or "guts", to stand up for something you believe in even if many people oppose you.
More specifically to physical training, the willingness and attitude to constantly push your limits through training and performing with 100 % effort and commitment.
To be honest and good.
Knowing right from wrong, and to strive to have a clear conscience.
Taekwondo practitioners should live by a code of moral values and principles.
To never give up in the pursuit of one's goals.
To try, try and try again until a satisfactory outcome results.
Students should welcome challenges, because challenges cause us to grow and improve.
To have control of your body and mind.
To strive to have control over ones thoughts and actions at all times.
A Taekwondo student should practice controlling his actions and reactions.