6TH KUP REVISION SHEET – GREEN BELT

6TH KUP REVISION SHEET – GREEN BELT

To pass you grading you will have to demonstrate:

  • Moves and patterns from your previous gradings
  • Twin forearm block in L-stance
  • knife hand inward strike
  • side punch in fixed stance
  • Side kick
  • Front kick
  • Circular block in walking stance

Theory

  1. How many moves in Won-Hyo?
  • 28
  1. Can you tell me anything about Won-Hyo?
  • He was a monk who introduced Buddhism
  1. What does blue belt signify?
  • Heaven, plant becomes a tree
  1. What is the Junbi position called for Won-Hyo?
  • Moa sogi A
  1. What does moa mean?
  • Close
  1. What is the Korean name for twin forearm block?
  • Sang palmok makgi

Additional Theory

Interpretation of Won-Hyo

  • Won-Hyo was the noted monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty in the year 686 A.D.

Blue belt signifies:

  • The heaven towards which the plant matures into a towering tree as training in Tae Kwon Do progresses

Terminology

  • An Palmok – Inner forearm
  • Bakat Palmok – Outer forearm
  • Sonkal – Knifehand
  • Sonkal Dung – Reverse knifehand
  • Dung Joomuk – Back fist
  • Ap Joomuk – Fore fist
  • Yop Joomuk – Side fist
  • Sonkut – Fingertips
  • Sonbadak – Palm
  • Ap Palkup – Front elbow
  • Dwit Palkup – Back elbow
  • Yop Palkup – Side elbow
  • Balkal – Foot sword
  • Balkal Dung – Reverse foot sword
  • Ap kumchi – Ball of foot
  • Dwit kumchi – Rear of foot
  • Bal Dung – Top of foot
  • Najunde Kyocha Joomuk Makgi – Low section X fist block
  • Sonbadak Ollyo Makgi – Palm upward block
  • Hori Makgi – Waist block
  • Sonkal Chookyo Makgi – Knifehand rising block
  • Dolli-Myo Makgi – Circular block
  • Sonkal Anuro Taerigi – Knife hand inward strike
  • Opun Sonkut Tulgi – Flat fingertip thrust
  • Ap Joomuk Yop Jirugi – Front fist side punch
  • Yop Palkup – Side elbow
  • Doo/Sang Joomuk Dwijibun Jirugi – Double/twin fist upset punch
  • Moorup Chagi – Knee kick
  • Bandae Dollyo Chagi – Reverse turning kick
  • Yop Cha Jirugi – Side piercing kick
  • Bandal chagi – Crescent kick
  • Dwit cha Jirugi – Back piercing kick
  • Moa Sogi – Close stance
  • Gojang Sogi – Fixed stance
  • Goburyo Sogi – Bending stance 

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