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Grading Requirements

Techniques

Walking Stance – Straight Fingertip Thrust
Gunnun Sogi – Sun Sonkut Tulgi

Walking Stance – Wedging Block
Gunnun Sogi – Hechyo Makgi

Back Piercing Kick Dwitcha Jirugi

Pattern

Do-San Tul

Sparring

One Step Ilbo Matsogi No 1 & 2
Free Sparring Jayu Matsogi

Destruction

No destruction required

Theory

Korean Terminology for Your Grade

Application of Technique

Releases from single rear wrist grab

Do San Tul An Chang Ho

Meaning

DO-SAN is the pseudonym of the patriot An Chang Ho (1876-1938) who devoted his entire life to furthering the education of Korea and it’s independent movement. Number of moves: 24

No Move Stance Section Action

To Begin

Parallel Ready

1

Turn to A

Walking

High

Outer Forearm Side Block

2

Walking

Mid

Reverse Punch

3

Turn to B

Walking

High

Outer Forearm Side Block

4

Walking

Mid

Reverse Punch

5

Turn To D

L

Mid

Knifehand Guarding Block

6

Step To D

Walking

Mid

Straight Fingertip Thrust

Slide To D

Mid

Wrist Release Move

7

Step To D

Walking

High

Back Fist Strike

8

Step To D

Walking

High

Back Fist Strike

9

Turn to F

Walking

High

Outer Forearm Side Block

10

Walking

Mid

Reverse Punch

11

Turn to E

Walking

High

Outer Forearm Side Block

12

Walking

Mid

Reverse Punch

13

Turn To CE

Walking

High

Wedging Block

14

Step To CE

Mid

Front Snap Kick

15

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

16

Walking

Mid

Reverse Punch

17

Turn To CF

Walking

High

Wedging Block

18

Step To CF

Mid

Front Snap Kick

19

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

20

Walking

Mid

Reverse Punch

21

Turn To C

Walking

High

Rising Block

22

Step To C

Walking

High

Rising Block

23

Turn To B

Sitting Stance

Mid

Knifehand Side Strike

24

Step To A

Sitting Stance

Mid

Knifehand Side Strike

To End

Parallel Ready

Right Foot Moves

Ilbo Matsogi One Step Sparring

General Points

All the one step sparring starts with both students in the parallel ready stance.

The line up is done by extending the attackers fist with a straight arm to the body of the opponent.

The only attack in one step sparring is to step forward into walking stance, middle obverse punch, therefore it will not be typed out every time.

Each of the one step sparring combinations must be performed with the right and left hand attacking.

When the attacker is ready, he or she shouts, or kihaps. The defender then kihaps when he or she is ready

Number 1

Step back with the right leg into a left walking stance whilst performing a left middle inside outer forearm block.

Counter with a right reverse punch to the point of the chin. Kihap on this technique.

For a left sided attack, i.e. with the left hand, just swap around which leg you move first and which arm blocks and punches. This is the same for all one step sparring. In this instance, defending a left attack would involve:

Step back with the left leg into a right walking stance whilst performing a right middle inside outer forearm block.

Counter with a left reverse punch to the point of the chin. Kihap on this technique.

Number 2

Step back on your left leg forming a left L-stance whilst performing a right middle outside outer forearm block with the right arm.

Step your left leg through into walking stance, then bring your right leg forward to form a left L-stance whilst performing an outward knifehand strike to the attacker’s neck / kidney with the right arm. Kihap on this strike.

Swap for left attack:

Step back on your right leg forming a right L-stance whilst performing a left middle outside outer forearm block with the right arm.

Step your right leg through into walking stance, then bring your left leg forward to form a right L-stance whilst performing an outward knifehand strike to the attacker’s neck / kidney with the right arm. Kihap on this strike.

Note: Knifehand strike to neck on attacker that is shorter or of a similar height, if attacker is taller then knifehand strike to the kidney.

Theory

Note: You may be asked questions on lower grade theory, so make sure you know it.

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Technique Korean
Kicks Chagi
Back Piercing Kick Dwitcha Jirugi
Block Makgi
Wedging Block Hechyo Makgi
Punch Jirugi
Double Punch Doo Jirugi
Other Other
Straight Fingertip Thrust Sun Sonkut Tulgi
Wrist Release Move Jappyosul Tae