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Knife Hand Guarding Block
Sonkal Daebi Makgi
Inward Block
Anaero Makgi
Twin Forearm Block
Sang palmok makgi
Outward Knife Hand Strike
Bakaero Sonkal Taerigi
Backfist Front Strike
Dungjoomuk Ap Taerigi
Turning kick
Dollyo Chagi
Inward
Anaero
Outward
Bakaero
Training Hall
Dojang
Training Suit
Dobok
Instructor
Sabum
Belt
Ti
Student
Jeja
Attention
Charyot
Bow
Kyong-Ye
Ready
Chunbi
Start
SiJak
Stop
Goman
Return to Ready Stance
Barrol
Dismiss
Haessan
Backwards
Dwiyro Kaggi
About Turn
Dwiyro Torro
Low (Body)
Najunde
Medium (Body)
Kaunde
High (Body)
Nopunde
Forefist
Ap Joomuk
Forearm
Palmok
Inner Forearm
An Palmok
Outer Forearm
Bakat Palmok
Attention Stance
Charryot Sogi
Parallel Stance
Narani Sogi
Sitting Stance
Annun Sogi
Walking Stance
Gunnun Sogi
Inner Forearm Block
An Palmok Makgi
Outer Forearm Block
Bakat Palmok Makgi
Front Rising Kick
Ap Chaolligi
Side Rising Kick
Yop Challigi
Obverse Punch
Baro Jirugi
Reverse Punch
Bandae Jirugi
4 Directional Punch
Sajo Jirugi
Left
Wen
Right
Orun
Pattern
Tul
Press-ups
Momtong Bachia
Ball of Foot
Ap Kumchi
Footsword
Balkal
Head
Mori
L Stance
Niunja Sogi
Rising Block
Chookya Makgi
Guarding Block
Daebi Makgi
Kick
Chagi
Front Snap Kick
Ap Chabusigi
3 Step Sparring
Sambo Matsoki
Palm
Sonbadak
Knifehand
Sonkal
Backfist
Dung Joomuk
Front Backfist Strike
Ap Dung Joomuk Taerigi
Straight
Sun
Thrust
Tulgi
Finger
Songarak
As a Group of Fingertips
Sonkut
Fixed Stance
Gojong Sogi
Release Move
Jappyosal Tae
Front Backfist Strike
Ap Dung Joomuk Taerigi
Won Hyo (No of Movements)
28
Dan Gun (No of Movements)
21
Chon Ji (No of Movements)
19
Sajo Jirugi (No of Movements)
15
Do San (No of Movements)
24
Yul Gok (No of Movements)
38
Joon Gun (No of Movements)
32
Wedging Block
Hechyo Makgi
Back
Dwit
Foot Parts
Habansin
Hand Parts
Sangbansin
Back Sole
Dwit Kumchi
Back Heel
Dwit Chook
Vertical Stance
Soojik Sogi
Closed Stance
Moa Sogi
Bending Stance
Goburyo Sogi
Circular Block
Dollimyo Makgi
Hooking Block
Golcho Makgi
Waist Block
Hori Makgi
Palm Pushing Block
Sonbadak Miro Makgi
Vertical Punch
Sewo Jirugi
Side Punch
Yop Jirugi
Reverse Turning Kick
Bandae Dollyo Chagi
Reverse Side Kick
Bandae Yop Chagi
Reverse Knifehand Strike
Bandae Dung Taerigi
Semi Free Sparring
Ban Jayoo Motsoki
Blue Belt Signifies
Heaven, toward which the plant matures into a towering tree as training in TKD progresses.
Interpretation of Won Hyo
Won Hyo was the noted monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty in the year 686 A.D.
Interpretation of Do San
Do San is the pseudonym of the patriot Ahn Ch`ang Ho (1876 - 1938), who devoted his life to furthering the education of Korea and its independence movement.
Green Belt Signifies
The plants growth as the TKD skills begin to develop.
Interpretation of Dan Gun
Dan Gun is named after the Holy Dan Gun, the legendary founder of Korea in the year 2333BC.
Interpretation of Chon Ji
Chon Gi, literally means "the heaven and the earth". It is in the Orient, interpreted as the creation of the world or the begining of human history. It is therefore the first pattern played by the beginner. The pattern consists of two similar parts - one to represent heaven and the other the earth.
White Belt Signifies
Innocence, that of the beginner who has no previous knowledge of TKD.
Straight Spear Fingertip Thrust
Sun Sonkut Tulgi
Backfist Side Strike
Dung Joomuk Yop Taerigi
Side Piercing Kick
Yop Cha Jurigi
Interpretation of Yul Gok
Yul Gok is the pseudonym of the great philosopher and scholar Yi I (1536 - 1584 AD) nicknamed the "Confucious of Korea". The movements of this pattern refer to his birthplace on the 38th degree lattitude and the diagram represents "scholar".
Jumping
Twigi
Elbow
Palkup
Knee
Moorup
Double Forearm Block
Doo Palmok Makgi
Hooking Block
Golcho Makgi
X Fist Pressing Block
Kyocha Noollo Makgi
Upward Palm Block
Ollyo Sonbadak Makgi
Twin Knifehand Block
Sang Sonkal Makgi
Upset Punch
Dwijibi Jirugi
Hooking Kick
Golcho Chagi
Flat Fingertip Thrust
Opun Sonkut Tulgi
Crescent Kick
Bandal Chagi
Twin Vertical Punch
Sang Sewo Jirugi
Two Step Sparring
Ibo Matsoki
Free Sparring
Jayoo Matsoki
Interpretation of Joong-Gun
Joong-Gun is named after the patriot An Joong-Gun who assasinated Hiro Bumi Ito, the first Japanese Govenor-General of Korea. Known as the man who played the leading role in the Korea-Japan merger, there are 32 moves in this pattern to represent Mr An's age when he was executed in Lui-Shung prison in 1910.
Mid Section Upset
Dwijibo
Low Section Upset
Dwijibun
Side Sole
Yop Bal Badak
Arc Hand
Bandal Son
Side Fist
Yop Joomuk
Rear Foot Stance
Dwit Bal Sogi
Low Stance
Nachuo Sogi
X Block
Kyocha Makgi
Pressing Block
Noollo Makgi
Downward Block
Naeryo Makgi
U Shaped Block
Digutja Makgi
Turning Punch
Dollyo Jirugi
Twin Upset Punch
Sang Dwijibo Jirugi
Upper Elbow Strike
Wi Palkup Taerigi
Back Kick
Dwit Chagi
Pressing Kick
Noollo Chagi
Side Thrust Kick
Yop Cha Tulgi
Twin Straight Forearm Block
Sang Sun Palmok Makgi
Reverse Turning Hooking Kick
Bandae Dollyo Goro Chagi
Number of Moves in Joon Gun
32
Meaning of Toi-Gye
Toi-Gye is the pen name of the noted scholar Yi Hwang (16th Century AD). an authority on Neo-Confucianism. The 37 movements of this pattern refer to his birthplace on the 37th degree lattitude and the diagram represents 'scholar'.
Flying
Twimyo
Upset Fingertips
Dwijibun Sonkut
W Shape Block
San Makgi
Waving Kick
Doro Chagi
Front Pushing Kick
Ap Cha Milgi
Upper Elbow Strike
Wi Palkup Taerigi
Number of Moves in Toi-Gye
37
One Step Sparring
Ilbo Matsoki
Meaning of Hwa-Rang
Hwa-Rang means "Flowering Youth" and is named after the Hwa-Rang youth group set up in the Silla Dynasty around 600 AD. This groupl eventually became the actual driving force for the unification of the three kingdoms of Korea. The 29 movements refer to the 29th Infantry Division, where Tae Kwon Do developed into maturity.
Flying
Twimyo
Instep
Baldung
Reverse Footsword
Balkal Dung
Pushing Block
Miro Makgi
Upward Punch
Ollyo Jirugi
Downward Punch
Naeryo Jirugi
Vertical Kick
Sewo Chagi
Twisting Kick
Bituro Chagi
Number of Moves in Hwra-Rang
29
Meaning of Choong-Moo
Choong-Moo was the name given to the great Admiral Yi Sun Sin of the Yi Dinasty. He was reputed to have invented the first armoured battleship (Kobukson)which was the precurser of the present day submarine in 1592 AD. The reason why this pattern ends with a left hand attack is to symbolise his regrettable death having no chance to show his unrestrained potentiality, checked by the forced reservation of his loyalty to the King.
Reverse Knifehand
Sonkal Dung
One Leg Stance
Wae Bal Sogi
Checking Block
Momchau Makgi
Sweeping Kick
Goro Chagi
Flying Kick
Twimyo Chagi
Number of Moves in Choong Moo
30
What is a pattern?
A pattern is a set of fundamental movements, mainly defence and attack, set in a logical sequence to deal with one or more imaginary opponents. Patterns are an indication of a students progress, a barometer in evaluating an individual's technique.
Why do we perform patterns?
We practice patterns to improve our Tae Kwon-Do techniques, to develop sparring techniques, to improve flexibility of movement, master body shifting, develop muscles, balance and breath control. They also enable us to acquire techniques which cannot be obtained from other forms of training.
Why are there 24 patterns?
The founder, Maj General Choi Hong Hi, compared the life of a man with a day in the life of the earth and believed that some people should strive to bequeth a good spiritual legacy to forthcoming generations and in doing so gain immortality. Therefore, if we can leave something behind for the welfare of mankind, maybe it will be the most important thing to happen in our lives. As the founder said... "Here I leave Tae Kwon-Do for mankind. As a trace of a man in the late 20th Century. The 24 patterns represent 24 hours, one day or all of my life."
Foundation (History) of Tae Kwon-Do
Tae Kwon-Do was inauggurated in South Korea on 11 April 1955 and introduced into the UK in 1967.

TAGB was formed in August 1983.

TAGB is a member of TKDI. TKDI is a worldwide body with representation in every continent of the globe.

TKDI was inaugrated in England on 13th November 1993.

On 21 April 1998 a new governing body for Tae Kwon-Do was formed , called the Btitish Tae Kwon-Do Council (BTC). This now incorporates 15 different organisations and has a membership of over 44,000. It is the only body recognised by the United Kingdom Sports Council. The TAGB is a founder menber of the BTC. It is also the largest organisation in the BTC. Current membership of the TAGB is over 22,000.
Chairman and South East Co-Ordinator
Mr D Oliver
Vice Chairman and South West Co-Ordinator
Mr M Dew
National Secretary and South Midlands Co-Ordinator
Mr D Atkins
Treasurer and Central England North Co-Ordinator
Mr R Sergiew
Liaison Officer and Central England South Co-Ordinator
Mr P Donnelly
National Team Coach and Northern England Co-Ordinator
Mr K Walton
Wales Co-Ordinator
Mr G Peros
North Midlands Co-Ordinator
Mr B Towndrow
Northern Ireland Co-Ordinator
Mr K Farrell
Scotland Co-Ordinator
Mr J Love
Yellow Belt Signifies
Earth from which a plant sprouts and takes root as the Tae Kwon-Do foundation is being laid.
Red Belt Signifies
Danger, cautioning the student to exercise control and warning the opponent to stay away.
Black Belt Signifies
Opposite to white, therefore signifying maturity and proficiency in Tae Kwon-Do. Also indicates the wearers' imperviousness to darkness and fear.