Black Tag to Black Belt (1st Kup to 1st Dan)






Choong Moo Tul
All coloured belt patterns


All one step
All two step
Free sparring


Under 17 and over 40 do not break.

Jump front snap kick
Men 30 cm over head height
Women head height

Any hand technique
Men two boards
Women 1 board

Any foot technique
Men 3 boards
Women 2 boards


English – Korean

Back fist side strike – Dung joomuck yop taerigi

Back piercing kick – Dwit cha jirugi

Bending ready stance – Guburyo sogi

Double forearm block – Doo palmok magki

Fixed stance – Gojung sogi

Flat fingertip thrust – Opun sonkut tulgi

Flying side piercing kick – Twimyo yop cha jirugi

Head grab – But jabba

Inward outer forearm block – Anuro bakat palmok magki

Knife hand guarding block – Sonkal dabae magki

Knife hand strike – Sonkal taerigi

L stance – Niunja sogi

Outer forearm block – Bakat palmok magki

Parallel ready stance – Nurani junbi sogi

Reverse knifehand strike (ridgehand) – Sonkal dung taerigi

Reverse punch – Bandae jirugi

Rising block – Chookyo magki

Side piercing kick – Yop cha jirugi

Turning kick – Dollyo chagi

Twin knife hand block – Sang sonkal magki

Twin upward palm block – Sang sonbadak ollyo magki

U shaped block – Mongdung-i magki (digutcha magki)

Upset fingertip thrust – Dwigibun sonkut tulgi

Upward kick – Ollyo chagi

Walking stance – Gunnun sogi

X knifehand checking block – Kyocha sonkal momchau magki

Application of Technique – All releases

Pattern: Choong Moo


Was the name given to the great Admiral Yi Soon-Sin of the Lee Dynasty. He was reputed to have invented the first armoured battleship (Kobukson) in 1592, which is said to be the precursor of the present day submarine. The reason why this pattern ends with a left hand attack is to symbolize his regrettable death, having no chance to show his unrestrained potentiality checked by the forced reservation of his loyalty to the king.

Pattern Pointers:

High front strike
Palm block is in front of forehead at the moment of impact

Reverse knifehand strike
Place fingertips under elbow joint

Middle side X knifehand checking block
Chamber with palms facing chest line

Hand on the leading leg side is on the inside at the moment of impact

Upward block (both palms) – release from grab
One set of fast movements on movements 14 & 15