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Grading Requirements

Techniques

Sitting Stance Double Punching – Middle & High (10)
Annun Sogi - Doo Jirugi - Nopunde & Kaunde

Walking Stance – Front Snap Kick / Double Punch
Gunnun Sogi – Ap Cha Busigi / Doo Jirugi

L-Stance – Forearm Guarding Block
Niunja Sogi –Palmok Daebi Makgi

L-Stance – Middle Inner Forearm Block
Niunja Sogi – Kaunde An Palmok Bandae Makgi

Side Piercing Kick
Yop Cha Jirug

Pattern

Chon Ji Tul

Sparring

3 Step sparring No 1 Sambo Matsogi
Free Sparring Jayu Matsogi

Destruction

No destruction required

Theory

Korean Terminology for Your Grade

Application of Technique

Releases from double font wrist grab

Chon-Ji Tul Heaven & Earth

Meaning

CHON-JI literally means “the Heaven the Earth”, which in the Orient is interpreted as the creation of the world or the beginning of human history, this is why it is the initial pattern performed by the beginner. This pattern consists of two parts; one to represent the Heaven and the other the Earth.

Number of moves: 19

pattern-diagram
No Move Stance Section Action

To Begin

Parallel Ready

1

Turn to A

Walking

Low

Outer Forearm Block

2

Step to A

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

3

Turn to B

Walking

Low

Outer Forearm Block

4

Step to B

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

5

Turn to C

Walking

Low

Outer Forearm Block

6

Step to C

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

7

Turn to D

Walking

Low

Outer Forearm Block

8

Step to D

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

9

Turn to B

L

Mid

Inner Forearm Block

10

Step to B

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

11

Turn to A

L

Mid

Inner Forearm Block

12

Step to A

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

13

Turn to D

L

Mid

Inner Forearm Block

14

Step to D

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

15

Turn to C

L

Mid

Inner Forearm Block

16

Step to C

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

17

Step to C

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

18

Step to D

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

19

Step to C

Walking

Mid

Obverse Punch

To End

Parallel Ready

Left Foot Moves

Sambo Matsogi Three Step Sparring

General Points

The attacker steps forward three times in a walking stance. The defender steps back three times in a walking stance. The pattern of the feet should go, attackers foot outside, inside, outside.

Line up by:

Attacker placing front foot of walking stance parallel to defenders foot while in Parallel Ready Stance for partners of the same height.
If the attacker is taller then the walking stance should be in front of the defender (toes of walking stance next to toes of defenders foot while in Parallel Ready Stance. If the attacker is shorter then the walking stance should be to the back of the defender (heel of front foot in walking stance next to heel of defenders foot while in Parallel Ready Stance. Attacker kihaps when ready to attack, the defender then kihaps when ready.

Number 1

Attacker: steps forward into right walking stance, obverse middle punch.
Defender: steps back into a left walking stance performing middle inside inner forearm block with the left hand.
Attacker: steps forward into a left walking stance, middle obverse punch.
Defender: steps back into a right walking stance performing middle inside inner forearm block with the right hand.
Attacker: steps forward into a right walking stance middle obverse punch.
Defender: steps back into a left walking stance performing middle inside inner forearm block with the left hand. Counters with a reverse punch with the right hand to the point of the chin. Kihap on this punch.

Jayu Matsogi Free Sparring

The sporting side of Taekwon-Do, use of controlled techniques in open combat, with no prearranged format. No or light contact depending on protective pads worn, no attacking to the back or below belt level.

Theory

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

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Technique Korean
Instructor Commands Instructor Commands
In Your Own Time Kooryongopshi
In My Time Kooryongymacho
Dismiss Hae San
Continue Gaesok
Stance Sogi
L Stance Niunja Sogi
Kicks Chagi
Front Snap Kick Ap Cha Busigi
Side Piercing Kick Yop Cha Jirugi
Block Makgi
Guarding Block Daebi Makgi
Foot Parts Foot Parts
Ball Of The Foot Ap Kumchi
Footsword Balkal
Hand Parts Hand Parts
Fist Joomuk
Knifehand Sonkal
Forearm Palmok
Other Other
Suit Trousers Baj-I
Dobok Jacket Jeogori
Pattern Tul
Numbers Numbers
6 Yaset
7 Ilgop
8 Yadul
9 Ahop
10 Yul