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Techniques

Sitting Stance - Double Punches (10)

Self Defence

L-Stance - Knifehand side strike

L-Stance - Knifehand guarding block

Walking Stance - Middle inner forearm block, reverse punch

Walking Stance - Low block, rising block

L-Stance Twin forearm block

Pattern

Chon Ji Tul

Sparring

Simulated Sparring (Sliding side-kick double punch)

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

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

Yellow: Signifies the Earth from which the plant sprouts and takes root as Taekwondo foundation is being laid.

Pattern (Tul): A combination of full power Taekwondo techniques against an imaginary opponent.
- The pattern name, number of movements, diagrammatic symbol, or meaning refer to heroic figures or historical events in Korean history, often exemplifying use of one or more of the tenets.
- Saju jirugi is not a pattern because it doesn’t have a meaning.


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Technique Korean
Direction Direction
Front Ap
Side Yop
Back Dwit
Hand Hand
Open fist Pyun joomuk
Knifehand Sonkal
Stances Stances
L-Stance Niunja sogi
Movement Movement
Forwards Appro kaggi
Backwards Dwiryo kaggi
About turn Dwiryo dora
Step turning Omgyo didimyo dolgi
Line work Line work
Knifehand side strike Sonkal yop tarigi
Forearm guarding block Palmok daebi makgi
Knifehand guarding block Sonkal daebi makgi
Twin forearm block Sang palmok makgi
Reverse punch Bandae jirugi
Rising block Chookyo makgi
Double punch Doo jirugi
Open fist strike Pyun joomuk taerigi
Low Knifehand block Najunde sonkal makgi