4th Kup


Terminology Applicable to 4th Kup


Joong Gun (32 movements): Joong Gun is named after the patriot Ahn Joong Gun, who assassinated Hiro-Bumi Ito, the first JAPANESE Governor General of Korea, known as the man who played the leading part in the Korea-Japan merger. There are 32 movements in this pattern to represent Mr. Ahn’s age when he was executed at Lui-Shung prison in 1910.

Dwitbal Sogi Rear foot stance
Moa Junbi Sogi ‘B’ Close ready stance ‘B’ (Level with your navel)
Nachau Sogi Low stance
Body Parts:
Ap Palkup Front elbow
Bandal Son Arc hand
Son Badak Palm
Sonkal Dung Reverse knifehand
Attacking Movements:
Giokja Jirugi Angle punch – (Fist finishes on the chest line)
Dollyo Jirugi Turning punch – (Fist finishes on the solar plexus line)
Sang Dwijibo Jirugi Twin upset punch – (Used on two opponents)
Sang Sewo Jirugi Twin vertical punch – (Used on a single opponent)
Wi Palkup Taerigi Upper elbow strike – (Performed reverse only)
Yobap Cha Busigi Side front snap kick)
Defensive Movements:
Degutcha Makgi U-shape block
Kyocha Joomuk Chookyo Makgi X-fist rising block
Son Badak Noolo Makgi Palm pressing block
Son Badak Ollyo Makgi Palm upwards block
Sonkal Dung Kaunde Makgi Reverse knifehand middle block
Idil Matsoki Two versus one sparring
General Terms:
Neurin Dong Jak Slow Motion (Count to 4)
Mikulgi Sliding
Twimyo Flying
Twiggi Jumping

General Information:

  • When performing angle punch (Giokja Jirugi) the fist finishes on the chest line. Do not confuse with Turning Punch (Dollyo Jirugi) which finishes on the centre line.
  • Arc hand (Bandal Son) is used for U-shape block.
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