WARRIOR CODE
A monk named Won Kwa, an instructor to the Hwa Rang warriors of the Silla Dynasty, developed the precepts that have become known as the Warrior's Code.  These five codes are very relevent to our training and way of life, even today. 
"LIVE YOUR FAITH AND HONOR YOUR GOD IN THE DOING"
Be Loyal to your Country
Be Obedient to your Parents
Use Force with Sense and Honor
Honor Friendships
Have Courage in Conflicts and Life.
TENETS
While the Warrior codes addresses our focus in the area of life direction, the TENETS listed below are the tools by which we strive to achieve our goal to be a warrior
Integrity
(Yom Chi)
Morals, character, honesty:
Morals are the principles or habits that distinguish for us the difference with respect to right or wrong conduct.  One's Character is formed from the combining of particulars traits/habits. While honesty is a person's ability to be free from deceit or fraud who embraces truthfulness, sincerity, or frankness.Which in turn is preceived as being upright and fair.
Perseverence
(In Nae)
The means to develop a winning attitude by consistently striving to finish what is started rather than quit when life presents challenges
Self-Control
(Guk Gi)
Our ability to control our actions, fucus our mind, and pay attention to the task at hand.
Humility

Perhaps a trait less stress in the world of today, and yet one of the least threatening postures we can assume.  Humility does not mean the absent of confidence or ability, but the belief that one's deeds define who you are and not who you say you are.  By allowing truth to represent you, it also does not self proclaim you superior... just effective,
Indomitable Spirit
The spirt of giving your best effort, and having the coruage to stand up for what you believe in.... even in the face of defeat or great turmoil.