6th Kup

6thkup

Terminology Applicable to 6th Kup

Patterns:

Won-Hyo (28 movements): Won-Hyo was the noted monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty in the year 686 ad.

Stances:
Gojung Sogi Fixed stance
Goburyo Sogi ‘A’ Bending stance ‘A’
Moa Sogi Close stance
Moa Junbi Sogi ‘A’ Close ready stance ‘A’ – Hands level with your philtrum
Body Parts:
Baldung Instep
Balkut Toes
Bokboo Abdomen
Chiboo Pubic region
Mori Head
Myong Chi Solar plexus
Attacking movements:
Dwit Cha Jirugi Back piercing kick
Sonkal Annuro Taerigi Knifehand inward strike
Yop Jirugi Side punch
Defensive movements:
Dollimyo Makgi Circular block
Palmok Daebi Makgi Forearm gaurding block
Sparring:
Ibo Matsoki Two-step sparring. A combination of any hand and any foot attack in either order; attacker in L-Stance, defender in parallel stance.
General Terms:
Gong gyuk gi Attack techniques
Bang eo gi Defence techniques
Ha bansin Foot parts
Sang bansin Hand parts

General Information:

  • When using Gojung Sogi (fixed stance) the weight must be distributed 50/50, whilst keeping the feet in an L-shape stance.
  • Mori (the head) should only be used in extreme circumstances.
  • The starting position for pattern Won-Hyo is Moa Junbi Sogi ‘A’.
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