35 Taekwondo Puns

Get ready to get your kicks and punches of laughter.

Taekwondo, a Korean martial art known for its powerful kicks and strikes, is not just about physical prowess. It’s a discipline that fosters mental strength, self-confidence, and a sense of humor.

Whether you’re a taekwondo practitioner, an admirer of martial arts, or simply someone who enjoys a good laugh, these puns are sure to tickle your funny bone. Join us as we dive into a world where puns meet high-flying kicks and clever wordplay meets martial arts mastery.

Taekwondo Puns

After my first taekwondo class, I felt like I could kick the world.

If you’re having a bad day, just think of it as a “Taekwon-don’t” kind of day.

I asked my taekwondo instructor if he ever practiced “Taekwon-dough” – he said he prefers “Taekwon-doughnuts.”

I always forget which foot to use first in taekwondo – it seems like a real “kicky” situation.

I used to think I had a good sense of balance until my first taekwondo class – it was a real “kick” in the pants!

My friends say that taekwondo is “kicking” it old school.

Taekwondo is the only sport where kicking “butt” is encouraged.

The taekwondo instructor had a great sense of humor – he told us to “kick it up a notch” after our warm-up exercises.

What did the taekwondo student say to his broken foot? “I’ll be back, kickin’ it, in no time!”

I find it hard to believe that someone might not like taekwondo – it’s such a “kicking” sport.

I was feeling “turtley” unconfident about my taekwondo skills until I learned about the “turtle stance”.

After my taekwondo class, I felt like I could conquer anything – I was on a “kicking” high!

There’s a reason why some people call it “taekwon-doh” – it’s quite the workout for your brain and body.

The taekwondo instructor gave me some great advice – he said “always stay on your “toes”, literally and metaphorically.

I was feeling a bit down about my taekwondo progress, but my instructor made me feel better by saying, “It’s okay to “kick” yourself a little sometimes.”

Some people think that taekwondo is all about aggression, but I know it’s really about “kicking” your fears to the curb.

I don’t know about you, but I think taekwondo is a “kick” above the rest when it comes to martial arts.

I’ve heard that some people think taekwondo is just for kids, but I say ” you’re never too old to learn how to kick butt.

Sometimes I find myself daydreaming about my next taekwondo class – it’s a real “kick” in the imagination!

I never wanted to be a “ninja turtle” until I started taking taekwondo – now I’m all about the “turtle power!

Taekwondo Jokes

Taekwondo Puns

Why did the taekwondo student go to the bank? To improve their roundhouse “kicks.”

What do you call a group of taekwondo students who practice at the beach? Karate-tidians.

What did the taekwondo instructor say when they saw a student sleeping during class? “Wake up and smell the kicks.”

How does a taekwondo student introduce themselves in a new class? “Hi, my name’s Kicking and I’m here to learn taekwondo.”

Why did the taekwondo student cross the road? To get to the other “high block.”

What do you call a taekwondo instructor who’s never lost a match? A legend…wait for it…dary black belt.

Why did the taekwondo student wear glasses to class? Because they wanted to “see” their opponents coming.

Why was the taekwondo student afraid of the dark? Because they were scared they might get attacked by a “shadow kick.

How many taekwondo instructors does it take to screw in a lightbulb? None, they just use a “spinning kick” to do it.

What do you call a taekwondo student who’s also a musician? A black belt in “karaoke.”

What do you call a group of taekwondo instructors who go on vacation together? A roundhouse “trip.”

Why did the taekwondo student bring their dog to class? To teach them how to “paw” their opponents.

What do you call a taekwondo instructor who’s also a chef? A “kicking” cuisine master.

What did the taekwondo student say when their friend asked them to take a dance class? “I’m more of a “kicking” kinda person.”

Why did the taekwondo student get a ticket for parking in a “no parking” zone? Because they thought it was reserved for “kicking” practice.

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