PATTERN'S TECHNIQUES

Hwa-Rang

Pattern is named after the Hwa-Rang youth group, which originated in the Silla Dynasty in the early 7th century. The 29 movements refer to the 29th Infantry Division, where Taekwon-Do developed into maturity.
( 29 moves )

 

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  Moa junbi sogi C
1.   Annun so sonbadak miro makgi
2.   Annun so ap joomuk kaunde jirugi
3.   Annun so ap joomuk kaunde jirugi
4.   Niunja so sang palmok makgi
5.   Niunja so ap joomuk ollyo jirugi
6.   Gojung so ap joomuk kaunde jirugiPerform 6 in a sliding motion forward.
7.   Soojik so sonkal naeryo taerigi
8.   Gunnun so ap joomuk kaunde baro jirugi
9.   Gunnun so bakat palmok najunde makgi
10.   Gunnun so ap joomuk kaunde baro jirugi
11. (1/2)   Prepare for yop chagi
11. (2/2)   Kaunde yopcha jirugi
12.   Niunja so sonkal kaunde yop taerigi
13.   Gunnun so ap joomuk kaunde baro jirugi
14.   Gunnun so ap joomuk kaunde baro jirugi
15.   Niunja so sonkal kaunde daebi makgi
16.   Gunnun so sun sonkut tulgi
17.   Niunja so sonkal kaunde daebi makgi
18.   Nopunde dollyo chagi
19. (1/2)   Nopunde dollyo chagiPerform 18 and 19 in a fast motion.
19. (2/2)   Niunja so sonkal kaunde daebi makgi
20.   Gunnun so bakat palmok najunde makgi
21.   Niunja so ap joomuk kaunde baro jirugi
22.   Niunja so ap joomuk kaunde baro jirugi
23.   Niunja so ap joomuk kaunde baro jirugi
24.   Gunnun so kyocha joomuk noollo makgi
25.   Niunja so yop palkup tulgiPerform 25 in a sliding motion.
26.   Moa so an palmok nopunde yopap makgi
27.   Moa so an palmok nopunde yopap makgi
28.   Niunja so sonkal kaunde daebi makgi
29.   Niunja so sonkal kaunde daebi makgi
  Moa junbi sogi C

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