Higher Taekwondo Numbers

This page teaches you the Korean words for higher numbers such as one million (i.e. Give me a million pushups!).

Taekwondo Numbers - When stretching or practicing Taekwondo, you will need to know how to count in Korean.

  • For the Korean words for 1 through 99, please visit our main Taekwondo Numbers section.
  • For numbers over 100, Koreans generally use Sino-Korea versus native Korean (as used in 1-100).
  • One Hundred - Baek
  • Two Hundred - Eebaek
  • Three Hundred - Sambaek
  • Four Hundred - Sabaek
  • Five Hundred - Ohbaek
  • Six Hundred - Yukbaek
  • Seven Hundred - Chilbaek
  • Eight Hundred - Palbaek
  • Nine Hundred - Goobaek
  • One Thousand - Chuhn
  • Two Thousand - Eechuhn
  • Three Thousand - Samchuhn
  • Four Thousand - Sachuhn
  • Five Thousand - Ohchuhn
  • Six Thousand - Yukchuhn
  • Seven Thousand - Chilchuhn
  • Eight Thousand - Palchuhn
  • Nine Thousand - Goochuhn
  • Ten Thousand - Mahn
  • One Hundred Thousand - Shipmahn
  • One Million - Baekmahn
  • One Billion - Joh

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