Black Dragon TaeKwon-Do

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White Belt, 10th Gup

Pattern Name: Saju Jirugi

Pattern Meaning:  Four directional punching exercise.

Ready Stance:  Parallel Ready 

Pattern Movements: 14

White Belt, 10th Gup

Pattern Name: Saju Makgi

Pattern Meaning:  Four directional blocking exercise.

Ready Stance:  Parallel Ready

Pattern Movements:  16

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White w/ Yellow Stripe Belt, 9th Gup

Pattern Name: Chon-Ji      천지

Pattern Meaning:  Heaven and Earth or Beginning.

Ready Stance:  Parallel Ready

Pattern Movements:  19

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Yellow Belt, 8th Gup

Pattern Name: Dan-Gun      단군

Pattern Meaning:  Legondary Founder of Korea. Founded in 2333BC.

Ready Stance:  Parallel Ready

Pattern Movements:  21

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Yellow w/ Green Stripe Belt, 7th Gup

Pattern Name: Do-San      도산

Pattern Meaning:  Patriot An who devoted his life to furthering the education of Korea and it's independance movement.

Ready Stance:  Parallel Ready

Pattern Movements:  24

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Green Belt, 6th Gup

Pattern Name:  Won-Hyo      원효

Pattern Meaning:  The monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty in 686A.D.

Ready Stance:  Close Ready Stance A

Pattern Movements:  28

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Green w/ Blue Stripe Belt, 5th Gup

Pattern Name: Yul-Gok     

Pattern Meaning:  The Philosopher & Scholor Yi I who was nicked named Confcious of Korea.  The 38 movements represent his birthplace on the 38th latitude of Korea.

Ready Stance:  Parallel Ready

Pattern Movements:  38

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Blue Belt, 4th Gup

Pattern Name:  Joong-Gun     

Pattern Meaning:  Patriot An Jong Gun who assassinated the first Governor General of Korea.  The 32 movements represent his age when he was executed at the Lai Shung prison in 1910.

Ready Stance:  Close Ready Stance B

Pattern Movements:  32

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Blue w/ Red Stripe Belt, 3rd Gup

Pattern Name:  Toi-Gye     

Pattern Meaning: The pen name of author Yi Fawng who was an authority on neo-confucianism.  The 37 movements represent his birthplace of the 37th latitude of Korea.

Ready Stance:  Close Ready Stance B

Pattern Movements:  37

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Red Belt, 2nd Gup

Pattern Name:  Hwa-Rang      화랑

Pattern Meaning:  The elite youth group the eventually united the three kingdom's of Korea.

Ready Stance:  Close Ready Stance C

Pattern Movements:  29

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Red w/ Black Stripe Belt, 1st Gup

Pattern Name:  Choong-Moo:      충무

Pattern Meaning:  Was the name given to the great Admiral, Yi Soon Sin of the Lee Dynasty.  He was reputed to have invented the first armored battleship (Kobukson) which was a precurser to of the modern day submarine in 1592AD. The reason the pattern ends with a left hand attack is to symbolize his regrettable death having no chance to show his unrestarained potential checked by the forced reservation of his loyalty to be king.

Ready Stance:  Parallel Ready

Pattern Movements:  30

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Black Belt, 1st Dan

Pattern Name: Kwang-Gae      관개

Meaning Meaning:  Named after the famous Kwang Gae-Toh-Wang, the 19th King of the Koguryo Dynasty, who regained all the lost territories including the greater part of Manchuria.   The pattern represents the expansion and recovery of the lost territory.  The 39 movements refer to the first two figures of 391AD, the year he came to the thrown.

Ready Stance:  Parallel Stance with a Heaven Hand

Pattern Movements:  39

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Pattern Name: Pe Eun      포은

Pattern Meaning:  Is a pseudonym of a loyal Chong Mong-Chu (1400AD) who was the famous poet and whose poem " I would not serve a second master though I might be crucified a hundred times" is known to every Korean.   He was also a pioneer in the field of physics.  The diagram represents his unerring loyalty to be the king and country towards the end of the Korya Dynasty.

Ready Stance:  Parallel Stance with a Heaven Hand

Pattern Movements:  36

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Pattern Name: Ge Baek      계백

Pattern Meaning:   Is named for Ge-Baek, a great general in the Baek Je Dynasty (60AD).  The diagram represents is severe strict military discipline.

Ready Stance:  Parallel Ready

Pattern Movements: 44

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Black Belt, 2nd Dan

Pattern Name:  Eui-Am      의암

Pattern Meaning: 

Ready Stance:  Close Ready Stance D

Pattern Movements:  45

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Pattern Name:   Choong-Jang      충장 

Pattern Meaning: 

Ready Stance:  Close Ready Stance A

Pattern Movements:   52         

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Pattern Name:   Ju-Che      주체

Pattern Meaning: 

Ready Stance:  Parallel Stance with a Twin Side Elbow

Pattern Movements:   45

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Pattern Name: Ko-Dang      고당

Pattern Meaning: 

Pattern Movements: 

  

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Black Belt, 3rd Dan

Pattern Name:  Sam-Il      삼일

Pattern Meaning: 

Ready Stance:  Close Ready Stance C

Pattern Movements:  33

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Pattern Name:  Yoo-Sin      유신

Pattern Meaning: 

Ready Stance:  Warrior Ready Stance B

Pattern Movements:  68

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Pattern Name:  Choi-Young      최영

Pattern Meaning: 

Ready Stance:  Close Ready Stance C

Pattern Movements:  46

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Black Belt, 4th Dan

Pattern Name:  Yon-Gae       연개

Pattern Meaning: 

Ready Stance:  Warrior Ready Stance A

Pattern Movements:  49

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Pattern Name:  Ul-Ji      을지

Pattern Meaning: 

Ready Stance:  Parallel Stance with an X-Back Hand

Pattern Movements:  42

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Pattern Name:  Moon-Moo      문무

Pattern Meaning: 

Ready Stance:  Parallel Ready

Pattern Movements:  61

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Black Belt, 5th Dan

Pattern Name:  So-San      서산

Pattern Meaning:

Ready Stance:

Pattern Movements:  72

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Pattern Name:  Se-Jong      세종

Pattern Meaning:

Ready Stance:

Pattern Movements:  24

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Black Belt, 6th Dan

Pattern Name:  Tong-Il      통일

Pattern Meaning:

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Pattern Movements: 

Black Belt, 7th Dan

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Black Belt, 8th Dan

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Black Belt, 9th Dan

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