|What does Yellow Belt Signify?|
Yellow Belt signifies the earth from which the plant sprouts and takes root as the foundations of Tae Kwon-Do are laid.
|What is a pattern?|
A pattern is a set of fundamental movements, mainly in defence and attack, set in a logical sequence against one or more imaginary opponents.
|What is the Yellow Tag Pattern?|
Chon Ji Tul
|What is the meaning of Chon Ji Tul and how many movements does it have?|
Chon Ji means literally “Heaven and Earth”. In the Orient it is interpreted as the creation of the world, or the beginning of human history. Therefore, it is the initial pattern performed by the beginner. The pattern consists of two similar parts – one to represent Heaven and the other the Earth.
|L Stance||Niunja Sogi (70/30 weight distribution)|
|Forearm Guarding Block||Palmok Daebi Makgi|
|Walking Stance||Gunnun Sogi (50/50 weight distribution)|
|Walking Ready Stance||Gunnun Junbi Sogi|
|Forearm Rising Block||Palmok Chookyo Makgi|
|Double Punch||Doo Jirugi|
|Obverse Punch||Baro Jirugi|
|Reverse Punch||Bandae Jirugi|
|Front Kick||Ap Chagi|
|Knife Hand Strike||Sonkal Taerigi|
|Step Turn||Omgyo Didimyo Dolgi|
|Ball of the Foot||Ap Kumchi|
|Fore Fist||Ap Joomuk|