DIAGRAM TULU

Ul-Ji

Ul-Ji is named after general Ul-Ji Moon Dok who successfully defended Korea against a Tang's invasion force of nearly one million soldiers led by Yang Je in 612 A.D., Ul-Ji employing hit and run guerilla tactics, was able to decimate a large percentage of the force. The diagram represents his surname. The 42 movements represent the author's age when he designed the pattern.
( 42 moves )

16.  Niunja so sang sonkal makgi
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17.  Twimyo tora yopcha jirugi
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18.  Gunnun so doo palmok kaunde makgi
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19.  Moa junbi sogi B
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15.  Annun so sonkal nopunde ap taerigi
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14.  Annun so soopyong jirugi
< 15 >
13.  Kyocha so san yop palkup tulgi
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12.  Kaunde yopcha jirugi
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11.  Kyocha so sang yop palkup tulgi
< 12 >
10.  Moa so sang yop palkup tulgi
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20.  Kyocha so dung joomuk nopunde yop taerigi
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21.  Gunnun so bakat palmok bandae chukyo makgi
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22.  Kaunde apcha busigi
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9.  Annun so dung joomuk nopunde yopdwi taerigi
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8.  Annun so dwit palkup tulgi
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7.  Annun so ap palkup taerigi
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5.  Annun so sondung soopyong taerigi
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6.  Kaunde bandal chagi
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23.  Gunnun so ap joomuk nopunde bandae jirugi
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4.  Gunnun so sonkal nopunde bandae ap taerigi
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3.  Gunnun so kyocha sonkal chukyo makgi
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2.  Gunnun so kyocha joomuk noollo makgi
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24.  Gunnun so sun sonkut tulgi
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1.  Gunnun so sang yop joomuk soopyong taerigi
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25.  Annun so dung joomuk nopunde yop taerigi
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  Narani so kyocha sondung
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