That's the set I learned - but then, my instructor's instructor was a student of Gen. Choi, so that's still Oh Do Kwan. It wouldn't surprise me if different Kwans had different Tenets - and I've heard other sets, which include some of the same and some different, but some of those were created/added to by the instructor, and I can't recall which is which.
Each kwan has its own individual pledge of tenets and manners that describes the organization's goals for personal improvement. For example, the tenets of Oh Do Kwan and the ITF are: courtesy (ye-ui 예의), integrity (yom-chi 염치), perseverance (in-nae 인내), self-control (geuk-gi 극기), and indomitable spirit (baek-jeol-bul-gul 백절불굴). The Jidokwan manners are: view, feel, think, speak, order, contribute, have ability, and conduct rightly.
Some organizations also recognize one or two additional tenets beyond the five original Oh Do Kwan tenets; these are community service (sa-hui-bong-sa 사회봉사) and love (sa-rang 사랑).
However, the article did note that it is unfinished, and needs more references.