3rd Kup Red Stripe

Red Stripe - 3rd Kup


Practical


Combinations in Line Work – Taken from patterns


Combinations of traditional kicks


3 Step Sparring


One step sparring traditional intermediate


Free Sparring


Self-defense, release moves, grasps and holds


Power test, techniques determined by examiner on the day


Sajo Jirugi 1, Sajo Jirugi 2, Sajo Makgi, Chon-Ji, Dan-Gun, Do-San, Won-Hyo, Yul-Gok, Joong-Gun & Toi-Gye



Kings Taekwon-Do


incorporating


Primary Taekwon-Do Clubs

Theory


1.How many moves in Toi-Gye? – 37


2.Meaning of Toi-Gye? – Toi-Gye is the pen name of the noted scholar Yi Hwang (16th century A.D), who was an authority on neo-Confucianism. The 37 movements of the pattern refer to his birth-place on 37 degree latitude, the diagram represents “scholar, Gentleman & Samurai”


3.What is the 2nd and 5th move of Toi-Gye. Both in Korean & English and explain its target area? – Upset Finger tip thrust – Dwijibun Sonkut Tulgi – Lower Abdomen

 

4.Demo & what is the Korean for slow twin side elbow thrust? – Sang Yop Palkup Tulgi – performed in slow motion


5.What is the Korean for “W” shape block? – San makgi


6.What is the Korean for “X” fist pressing block? – Kyocha Joomuk Noollo makgi


7.What is the Korean for twin front grasp & explain it? – Sang Ap Japki


8.What is the Korean for upward Knee kick & explain it? – Ollyo Moorup Chagi


9.Name 8 different blocks. Both in Korean & English? – Najunde Bakat Palmok makgi, Kaunde An palmok makgi, Najunde Sonkal makgi, Chookyo makgi, Sang Palmok makgi, Sonkal Daebi makgi, Hechyo makgi, Dollymio makgi, Golcho makgi, Sang Sonkal makgi, Doo Palmok makgi, Digutcha makgi, Noolyo makgi, Sonkal Dung makgi, Kyocha Chookyo makgi, Kyocha Noollo makgi, miro makgi and San makgi


10.Name 6 different kicks. Both in Korean & English? – Apcha busigi (front snap kick),

Yop chajirugi (side piercing kick), Dollyo chagi (turning kick), Dwit chajirugi (back piercing kick), Bandae Dollyo chagi (reverse turning kick), Naeryo chagi (downward or axe kick), Noollo chagi (pressing kick), Yonsok chagi (consecutive kick)


11.Name 7 different stances. Both in Korean & English? – Gunnon (Walking), Annun (Sitting), Niunja(L stance), Narani (Parrallel), Charyot (Attention), Gojong (fixed), Moa (closed), Goburyo (bending), Kyocha ( “X” ), Nachuo (Low), Dwitbal (rear foot) Sogi (Stance).


12.Name 7 different hand parts. Both in Korean & English? – Fore fist (Ap Joomuk), Back fist (Dung Joomuk), Side fist (Yop Joomuk), Knifehand (Sonkal), Reverse Knifehand (Sonkal Dung), Finger tips (Sonkut), Arc Hand (Bandal Son), Elbow (Palkup), Palm (Sonbadak), Open fist/palm heel (Pyun Joomuk)


13.Name 5 different foot parts. Both in Korean & English? – Ball of the foot (Apkumchi), Foot sword (Balkal), Instep (Baldung), Back Heel (Dwichook), Toes (Balkut), Back sole (Dwitkumchi), Reverse Foot sword (Balkal Dung) Knee (Moorup).


14.Name 6 different hand attacks from pattern Joong-Gun. Both in Korean & English? – Upward elbow strike – Wi Palkup Taerigi, Angle punch – Giokja Jirugi, Twin upset punch – Sang Dwijibo Jirugi, Twin Vertical punch – Sang Sewo Jirugi, Ap Fore fist punch – Ap joomuk Jirugi, Backfist Strike – Dung Joomuk Taerigi


15.What is the ready position in Toi-Gye. Both in Korean & English? – Closed ready stance “B” – Moa jumbi sogi “B” (Hands 15cm from the Navel)


16.Why do we perform 1-step sparring? – To practice and learn distance, timing and correct target areas


17.Why do we perform patterns? – To practice both offensive & defensive techniques against imaginary opponent, or opponents. To build strength, speed, balance and timing with your body.


18.Why do we learn the meanings of patterns? – To gain inspiration and remember the history of those who came before us.


19.How do we generate power into W-shape block? – By using our body weight whilst turning and landing into the block.


20.Name 3 different fingertip thrusts. Both in Korean & English? – Upset Finger tip thrust – Dwijibun Sonkut Tulgi, Flat finger tip thrust – Opun Sonkut Tulgi, Straight finger tip thrust Sun Sonkut Tulgi.


21.What does the colour red signify? – Red signifies danger, cautioning the student to exercise control, whilst warning the opponent to stay away.


22.What is the Korean for Low Double Forearm Pushing Block? – Najunde Doo Palmok Miro Makgi


23.One question from previous Gradings! – Remember and know your previous Theory