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|
|Ap Palkup||Front elbow|
|Bandal Son||Arc hand|
|Sonkal Dung||Reverse knifehand|
|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)|
|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|
|Neurin Dong Jak||Slow Motion (Count to 4)|
- 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.