• closed ready stance ‘D’ – moa chunbi sogi ‘D’
  • parallel stance (with twin side elbow) – narani so, sang yop palkup tulgi
  • diagonal stance – sasun sogi
  • bending stance ‘B’ – goburyo sogi ‘B’

Hand techniques (Eui-Am)

  • knifehand reverse inward low block – sonkal bandae anuro najundae makgi
  • outer forearm reverse high block – bakat palmok bandae nopundae makgi
  • x-fist downward block – kyocha joomuk naeryo makgi
  • knifehand reverse rising block – sonkal bandae chookyo makgi
  • back fist high side strike – dung joomuk nopundae yop taerigi
  • high reverse crescent punch – nopundae bandae bandal jirugi
  • middle turning punch – kaundae dollyo jirugi
  • middle knifehand wedging block – kaundae sonkal hecho makgi
  • reverse knifehand circular block – sonkal dung dollimyo makgi
  • alternate palm downward block – eukallin sonbadak naeryo makgi
  • reverse knifehand low inward block – sonkal dung najundae anuro makgi

Hand techniques (Choong-Jang):

  • Double fingertip thrust – doo songarak tulgi
  • twin palm pressing block – sang sonbadak noollo makgi
  • back hand downward strike – sondung naeryo taerigi
  • back fist high side-front strike – dung joomuk nopundae yopap taerigi
  • twin knifehand horizontal strike – sang sonkal soopyong taerigi
  • arc-hand high strike – bandal son nopundae taerigi
  • twin first-knuckle crescent punch – sang inji joomuk bandal jirugi
  • open fist punch – pyon joomuk jirugi

Hand techniques (Juche):

  • inner forearm parallel block – an palmok narani makgi
  • outer forearm parallel block – bakat palmok narani makgi
  • back fist downward strike – dung joomuk naeryo taerigi
  • outward crosscut – bakuro ghutgi
  • high elbow strike – nopundae palkup taerigi
  • reverse knifehand low front block – sonkal dung najundae ap makgi
  • mid-air knifehand strike – sonkal twio dolmyo taerigi
  • Straight elbow downward thrust – sun palkup naeryo tulgi
  • arc hand crescent strike – bandal son bandal taerigi
  • twin knifehand inward strike – sang sonkal anuro taerigi
  • downward punch – naeryo jirugi
  • outer forearm downward block – bakat palmok naeryo makgi
  • twin palm rising block – sang sonbadak chookyo makgi
  • back fist horizontal strike – dung joomuk soopyong taerigi
  • inward crosscut – anuro ghutgi

Foot techniques:

  • middle reverse turning kick – kaundae bandae dollyo chagi
  • high reverse turning kick – nopundae bandae dollyo chagi
  • high reverse turning hooking kick – nopundae bandae dollyo goro chagi
  • middle hooking kick – kaundae golcho chagi
  • pick-shaped kick – gokaeng-i chagi
  • dodging reverse turning kick – pihamyo bandae dollyo chagi
  • flying two-direction kick – twimyo sangbang chagi

Pattern information:

  • Eui-Am – 45 movements
  • Eui-Am is the pseudonym of Son Byong Hi, leader of the Korean independence movement on March 1, 1919. The 45 movements refer to his age when he changed the name of Dong Hak (Oriental culture) to Chondo Kyo (Heavenly way religion) in 1905. The diagram represents his Indomitable Spirit, displayed while dedicating himself to the prosperity of his nation.
  • Choong-Jang – 52 movements
  • Choong-Jang is the pseudonym given to General Kim Duk Ryang who lived during the Lee Dynasty, 14th century. This pattern ends with a left-hand attack to symbolize the tragedy of his death at 27 in prison before he was able to reach full maturity.
  • Juche – 45 movements
  • Juche is a philosophical idea that man is the master of everything and decides everything. In other words, the idea that man is the master of the world and his own destiny. It is said that this idea was rooted in Baekdu Mountain which symbolizes the spirit of the Korean people. The diagram represents Baekdu mountain.

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