Terminology Applicable to 2nd Kup
Hwa-Rang (29 movements): Hwa-Rang is named after the Hwa-Rang youth group which originated in the Silla Dynasty in the early 7th century. The 29 movements refer to the 29th Infantry Division, where Taekwon-Do developed into maturity.
|Moa Junbi Sogi ‘C’||Close ready stance C – Hands level with your pubic region|
|Soojik Sogi||Vertical stance|
|Waebal Sogi||One-legged stance (Not yet used in Tul)|
|Pyun Joomuk||Open fist|
|Yop Joomuk||Side fist|
|Bandae Dollyo Goro Chagi||Reverse hooking kick|
|Bituro Chagi||Twisting kick|
|Cha Bapgi||Stamping kick|
|Niunja So Baro Jirugi||L-stance obverse punch|
|Naeryo Chagi||Downward kick|
|Ollyo Jirugi||Upward punch|
|Sonkal Naeryo Taerigi||Kifehand downward strike|
|Yop Palkup Tulgi||Side elbow thrust|
|Bandal Chagi||Crescent kick|
|Cha Momchugi||Checking kick|
|Kaunde Yobap Makgi||Inner forearm side front middle block|
|Noolo Chagi||Pressing kick|
|Son Badak Miro Makgi||Palm pushing block|
- When performing Bandal Chagi (crescent kick), the leg must be kept bent.
- You need to be able to demonstrate all 13 stances so far learnt.
- You need to be able to demonstrate the many different uses of Ap Joomuk, i.e., as many types of punch as possible using only the fore fist.
- When performing Idil Matsoki (2 versus 1 sparring) an emphasis must be placed on safety. This will involve keeping both opponents in a straight line for as long as possible and not exposing yourself to danger. Try to defend by blocking one opponent into the path of the other.