Brown Belt

BROWN BELT STUDY SHEET

TERMINOLOGY:

All terminology from white to purple belt, plus the following:

 

  • Low Spear Finger……..………………………………..Hardan Kwansu
  • High Low Combination Block.………Sangdan Hardan Moasoso Marki
  • Low X-Block……..……………………..Hardan Kyocha Joomok Marki
  • Closed Stance.….………………………………………………Moa Sagi
  • Mountain Block (W-Shaped Stamping Block)……….……..Sans Marki
  • Low Double Forearm Block………..….….…Hardan Do Palmok Marki
  • Head Grabbing………………………………………………………Mori Jarpki
  • Knee Kick……..…………………………………………..Murup Chagi
  • High Spear Finger……………………………………..Sangdan Kwansu
  • Low Knife Hand Block…………………………..…Hardan Sudo Marki


TECHNIQUES:

Candidates for Brown Belt must know all techniques from white to purple belt, plus the following:

  • Low Spear Finger
  • High Low Combination Block
  • Low X-Block
  • Mountain Block (W-Shaped Stamping Block)
  • Low Double Forearm Block
  • High Spear Finger
  • Low Knife Hand Block

Candidate must:

  • Know all facts and techniques from Yellow through Purple Belt Study Sheet
  • Be able to execute techniques in sets of four as requested by the test board (e.g., attack – block – attack – block)
  • Be able to walk through and recite the techniques of hyung Chon-Ji through Toi-Gye

Candidate must recite the meaning of and perform the patterns:

  • Chon-Ji: (19 movements, 2 kihaps) – Heaven and Earth
  • Tan-Gun: (21 movements, 3 kihaps) – The legendary founder of Korea in 2333 B.C.
  • To-San: (24 movements, 3 kihaps) – Named after Master Ahn Chung Ho, a great patriot and educator of Korea.
  • Won-Hyo: (28 movements, 3 kihaps) – Named for the monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty in 686 A.D.
  • Yul-Kok: (38 movements, 3 kihaps) – Pseudonym of Yi, known as the “Confucius of Korea.” The 38 movements of this pattern represent the 38th degree latitude of his birthplace. The diagram of this pattern represents scholar.
  • Chung-Gun: (32 movements, 3 kihaps) – Named after Master Ahn Chung Gun who assassinated the first Japanese overlord of Korea. The 32 movements represent the age he was executed in prison.
  • Toi-Gye: (37 movements, 3 kihaps) – was an authority on Neo-Confucianism. The 37 movements represent the 37th degree latitude of his birthplace.

PRINTABLE VERSION: Brown Belt Study Sheet-STKD

 

Last Modified on September 28, 2017
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