No, in taekwondo, the red belt is not the same rank as a black belt. Depending on your school, it is either one or two steps below the black belt. Some schools use a belt that is half red and half black to designate a black belt who is under age. This is called a poom.In taekwondo, the red belt is commonly associated with the 2nd grade, that is, the level just before black belt. All taekwondo schools have their own colored belt systems, so some schools might use a brown belt instead of a red belt. Some schools might use both a brown belt and a red belt.This differs from the use of the red belt in karate. In karate, the red belt represents the tenth degree black belt.
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It depends on the style of karate. In some styles there is a red belt before reaching Black Belt. In others the red belt represents as the 9th and 10th dan (black belt) in karate.
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Bodan is a rank of skill and experience just before black belt. The bodan belt is half red and half black. It sometimes called a temporary black belt.
The belt styles vary from style to style. In some, a red and black belt is used for 5th and 6th degree black belts. In others, a black stripe running the length of a red belt indicates a rank between red and brown belt.
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In the traditional Okinawa styles of karate, a red and white belt represents 7th and 8th Dan degrees. The 9th and 10th are a solid red belt.
Black belt is the highest. Though traditional Okinawa karate uses a red and white belt to indicate 7th and 8th degree black belt and solid red for 9th and 10th. Many American schools use the red belt as a kyu level below black belt.