PATTERN'S TECHNIQUES

Se-Jong

Se-Jong is named after the greatest Korean King, Se-Jong, who invented the Korean alphabet in 1443, and was also a noted meteorologist. The digram represents the king, while the 24 movements refer to the 24 letters of the Korean alphabet.
( 24 moves )

 

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  Moa junbi sogi B
1.   Gunnun so bakat palmok najunde makgi
2.   Niunja so sang palmok makgi
3.   Kaunde yopcha jirugi
4.   Gunnun so bakat palmok chukyo makgi
5.   Annun so sonkal kaunde yop taerigi
6.   Moa junbi sogi B
7.   Kyocha so dung joomuk nopunde yop taerigi
8.   Gunnun so ap joomuk nopunde baro jirugi
9.   Gojung so nopunde palmok daebi makgi
10.   Gunnun so sun sonkut tulgi
11.   Gunnun so dung joomuk nopunde yop taerigi
12.   Annun so sonbadak duro makgi
13.   Kaunde dollyo chagi
14.   Kyocha so doo palmok nopunde makgi
15.   Annun soPerform 15 in a slow motion.
16.   Annun so dung joomuk nopunde ap taerigi
17.   Sasun so sang sonbadak noollo makgi
18.   Gunnun so doo bandalson makgi
19.   Waebal so nopunde palmok yop makgi
20.   Gunnun so sonbadak noollo makgiPerfrom 20 in a slow motion.
21.   Waebal so dung joomuk yobap taerigi
22.   Gojung so yop palkup tulgi
23.   Niunja so nopunde sonkal daebi makgi
24.   Niunja so ap joomuk kaunde baro jirugi

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