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Grading Requirements

Techniques

Walking Stance – Upset Fingertip Thrust
Gunnun Sogi – Dwijibun Sonkut Tulgi

L Stance – Low Pushing Block
Niunja Sogi – Najunde Mirro Makgi

Flying Turning Kick Twimyo Dollyo Chagi
Flying Back Piercing Kick Twimyo Dwit Cha Jirugi

Pattern

Toi-Gye Tul

Sparring

One Step Sparring Ilbo Matsogi
Flying Front Kick & Flying Side Kick - Twimyo Ap Chagi & Twimyo Yop Chagi
One Step Semi-Free Sparring Ilbo Jayu Matsogi
Free Sparring Jayu Matsogi

Destruction

Flying Back Piercing Kick Both Legs Twimyo Dwit Cha Jirugi

Theory

Korean Terminology for Your Grade

Application of Technique

Releases from double front throat grab

Joong-GunAn Joong Gun

Meaning

TOI-GYE is the pen name of the noted scholar Yi Hwang (16th Century), an authority on neo Confucianism. The 37 movements of the pattern refer to his birthplace on 37 latitude, the diagram represents “scholar”

Number of moves: 37

pattern-diagram
No Move Stance Section Action

To Begin

Closed Ready B

1

Turn To B

L

Mid

Inner Forearm Block

2

Walking

Low

Upset Fingertip Thrust

3

Turn To D

Closed

High/Low

Right Backfist Side-Back Strike, Left Forearm Extended (Slow Motion)

4

Turn To A

L

Mid

Inner Forearm Block

5

Walking

Low

Upset Fingertip Thrust

6

Turn To D

Closed

High/Low

Left Backfist Side-Back Strike, Right Forearm Extended (Slow Motion)

7

Step To D

Walking

Low

X-Fist Pressing Block

8

Walking

High

Twin Vertical Punch

9

Mid

Front Snap Kick

10

Step To D

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

11

Walking

Mid

Reverse Punch

12

Turn To F

Closed

Twin Elbow Thrust

13

Turn To C

Sitting

High

W Shape Outer Forearm Block

14

Step To F

Sitting

High

W Shape Outer Forearm Block

15

Step To E

Sitting

High

W Shape Outer Forearm Block

16

Step To E

Sitting

High

W Shape Outer Forearm Block

17

Step To E

Sitting

High

W Shape Outer Forearm Block

18

Step To F

Sitting

High

W Shape Outer Forearm Block

19

Step To D

L

Low

Double Inner Pushing Block

20

Walking

Extend Hands As If Grabbing Opponents Head

21

Mid

Right Knee Upwards, Pull Hands Down

22

Turn To C

L

Mid

Knifehand Guarding Block

23

Low

Front Snap Kick

24

Walking

High

Flat Fingertip Thrust

25

Step To C

L

Mid

Knifehand Guarding Block

26

Low

Front Snap Kick

27

Walking

High

Flat Fingertip Thrust

28

Step To D

L

High

Right Backfist Side Strike, Left Forearm Block

29

Jump To C

X

Low

X-Fist Pressing Block

30

Turn To C

Walking

High

Double Forearm Block

31

Turn To B

L

Low

Knifehand Guarding Block

32

Walking

Low/Mid

Circular Block

33

Step To A

L

Low

Knifehand Guarding Block

34

Walking

Low/Mid

Circular Block

35

Turn To F

Walking

Low/Mid

Circular Block

36

Turn To A

Walking

Low/Mid

Circular Block

37

Step To D

Sitting

Mid

Right Punch

To End

Close Ready B

Right Foot Moves

Ilbo Matsogi One Step Sparring

Number 9

Slide back on 45 degree angle with the right leg to form a right L-stance whilst performing a forearm guarding block.

Counter with a high flying front kick to the head with the right leg, landing in Left Lstance forearm guarding block.

Swap for left attack.

Number 10

Slide back on 45 degree angle with the right leg to form a right L-stance whilst performing a forearm guarding block.

Counter with a high flying side piercing kick to the head with the right leg, landing in Left L-Stance guarding block

Swap for a left attack.

Ilbo Jayu Matsogi One Step Semi-Free Sparring

General Points

The attacker lines up to the defender in the same way as three step sparring, and they go back into a left walking stance low block.

When he or she is ready to attack, the attacker must shout and wait for the defender to respond with a shout before the attack can begin.

This is only done on one side, i.e. not like one step sparring with both right and left sides.

Number 1

Attacker: steps forward into a right walking stance, high obverse punch.

Defender: step back into left walking stance high outer forearm block, followed by a front snap kick from the back leg, making sure you ‘fall’ forward after the kick into a walking stance guarding block.

Attacker: not moving the feet, perform a low reverse outer forearm block, then counter with a low front snap kick from the front leg to the lower abdomen, placing the kicking leg behind you into a right L-stance guarding block. Kihap on the kick.

Number 2 Attacker: steps forward into a right walking stance, high obverse punch.

Defender: step back into left walking stance high double forearm block, followed by reverse high flat fingertip thrust.

Attacker: flying turning kick with the right leg to the solar plexus while moving to the left, land left L-stance forearm guarding block. Kihap on the kick.

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
Flying Turning Kick Twimyo Dollyo Chagi
Knee Upward Kick Moorup Ollyo Chagi
Thrust Tulgi
Upset Fingertip Thrust Dwijibun Sonkut Tulgi
Twin Side ELbow Thrust Sang Yop Palkup Tulgi
Block Makgi
W Shape Block San Makgi
Pushing Block Miro Makgi
Double Forearm Pushing Block Block Doo Palmok Miro Makgi
Strike Taerigi
Backfist Side-back Stike Dung Joomuk Yopwi Taerigi
Other Other
Grasping Motion Butjaba Donjak