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Taegeuk Poomsae Course

W.T.F official Poomsae for Gup practitioner.

This course is an indispensable reference for those seeking for supplementation in learning poomsae "Taegeuk" to in-class workouts or at home training. Inside this course, you will find step by step instructions in W.T.F official poomsae Taegeuk from Master Sung J. Woo who is certified master instructor from Kukkiwon and he will walk you through the details in each Poomsae. Each Poomsae includes explanation view, front view, multi view and written terminology view.

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Taegeuk IL(1) Jang

by Master SJ. Woo | Heaven

Taegeuk 1 Jang represents the symbol of "Keon", one of the 8 Kwaes (divination signs), which means the "heaven and yang". As the "Keon" symbolizes the beginning of the creation of all things in the universe, do does the Taegeuk 1 Jang in the training of Taekwondo. This poomsae is characterized by its easiness in practicing, largely consisting of walking and basic actions, such as arae-makki, momtong-makki, momtong-jireugi, and ap-chagi. The 8th Kup-grade trainees practice this poomsae.

• Taegeuk IL (1) Jang Explanation View

• Taegeuk IL (1) Jang Front View

• Taegeuk IL (1) Jang Multi View

• Taegeuk IL (1) Jang Terminology View

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Taegeuk Yi (2) Jang

by Master SJ. Woo | Lake

Taegeuk 2 Jang symbolizes the "Tae", one of the 8 divination signs, which signifies the inner firmness and the outer softness. An introduction of the olgul-makki is a new development of Taegeuk poomsae. The ap-chagi actions appear more frequently than in Taegeuk 1 Jang. The 7th Kup-grade trainees practice this poomsae.

• Taeguek Yi (2) Jang Explanation View

• Taeguek Yi (2) Jang Front View

• Taeguek Yi (2) Jang Multi View

• Taeguek Yi (2) Jang Terminology View

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Taegeuk Sam (3) Jang

by Master SJ. Woo | Fire

Taegeuk 3 Jang symbolizes the "Yi", one of the 8 divination signs, which represent "hot and bright". This is to encourage the trainees to harbor a sense of justice and ardor for training. A successful accomplishment of this poomsae will give the trainees a promotion to a green belt. New actions are sonnal-mok-chigi and sonnal -makki and dwit-kubi stance. This poomsae is characterized by successive makki and chigi, and continued jireugis. Emphasis is laid on the counterattacks against the opponent's chigi. The 6th Kup-grade trainees practice this poomsae.

• Taeguek Sam (3) Jang Explanation View

• Taeguek Sam (3) Jang Front View

• Taeguek Sam (3) Jang Multi View

• Taeguek Sam (3) Jang Terminology View

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Taegeuk Sah (4) Jang

by Master SJ. Woo | Thunder

Taegeuk 4 Jang symbolizes the "Jin", one of the 8 divination signs, which represent the thunder meaning great power and dignity. New techniques are sonnal-momtong-makki, pyon-son-kkeut-jireugi, jebipoom-mok-chigi, yop-chagi, momtong- bakkat-makki, deung-jumeok-olgul-apchigi and mikkeurombal [slipping foot] techniques. Various movements in preparation for the kyorugi and lot of dwit-kubi cases characterize it. The 5th Kup-grade trainees practice this poomsae.

• Taeguek Sah (4) Jang Explanation View

• Taeguek Sah (4) Jang Front View

• Taeguek Sah (4) Jang Multi View

• Taeguek Sah (4) Jang Terminology View

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Taegeuk O (5) Jang

by Master SJ. Woo | Wind

Taegeuk 5 Jang symbolizes the "Son", one of the 8 divination signs, which represent the wind, meaning both mighty force and calmness according to its strength and weakness. New movements are me-jumeok-maeryo-chigi, palkup-dollyo-chigi, yop-chagi & yop-jireugi, palkup-pyo-jeok-chigi and such stances as kkoa-seogi, wen-seogi and oreun-seogi. This is characterized by the successive makkis such as area-makki and momtong-makki and also the chigi by thumbling after running. The 4th Kup-grade trainees practice this poomsae.

• Taeguek O (5) Jang Explanation View

• Taeguek O (5) Jang Front View

• Taeguek O (5) Jang Multi View

• Taeguek O (5) Jang Terminology View

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Taegeuk YOOK(6) Jang

by Master SJ. Woo | Water

Taegeuk 6 Jang symbolizes the "Kam", one of the 8 divination signs, which represents water, meaning incessant flow and softness. New movements are han-sonnal-olgul-bakkat-makki, dollyo-chagi, olgul-bakkat-makki and batang-son- momtong-makki in addition to pyonhi-seogi [at-ease stance]. One should be careful to make the kicking foot land on the ground correctly after dyollyo-chagi and to lower the hand by a palm's length at the time of delivering a batang-son momtong-makki lower than in the palmok-makki. This is practiced by the 3rd Kup-graders.

• Taeguek Yook (6) Jang Explanation View

• Taeguek Yook (6) Jang Front View

• Taeguek Yook (6) Jang Multi View

• Taeguek Yook (6) Jang Terminology View

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Taegeuk Chil (7) Jang

by Master SJ. Woo | Mountain

Taegeuk 7 Jang symbolizes the "Kan", one of the 8 divination signs, which represents the mountain, meaning ponder and firmness. New movements are sonnal-arae-makkki, batangson-kodureo-makki, bo-jumeok-kawi-makki, mureup-chigi, momtong-hecho-makki, jechin-du-jumeok-momtong-jireugi, otkoreo-arae-makki, pyojeok-chigi, yop-jireugi and such stances as beom-seogi and juchum-seogi. Smooth connection of movements is important for training. The 2nd Kup-graders practice this poomsae.

• Taeguek Chil (7) Jang Explanation View

• Taeguek Chil (7) Jang Front View

• Taeguek Chil (7) Jang Multi View

• Taeguek Chil (7) Jang Terminology View

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Taegeuk Pal (8) Jang

by Master SJ. Woo | Earth

Taegeuk 8 Jang symbolizes the "Kon", one of the 8 divination signs, which represents "Um" and earth, meaning the root and settlement and also the beginning and the end. This is the last of the 8 Taegeuk poomsaes, which may enable the trainees to undergo the Dan [black belt] promotion test. New movements are dubal-dangsong-bakkat-palmok-momtong-kodureo-bakkat-makki, twio-chagi, and palkup-dollyo-chigi. Emphasis must be laid on the accuracy of stepping and the difference between jumping-over kick and dubal-dangsong [alternate jumping kick in the air]. The 1st Kup-graders practice this poomsae.

• Taeguek Pal (8) Jang Explanation View

• Taeguek Pal (8) Jang Front View

• Taeguek Pal (8) Jang Multi View

• Taeguek Pal (8) Jang Terminology View

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