Taegeuk Sa Jang Tae Kwon Do Form

WTF TaeKwonDo Black Belt Form Four – Taegeuk Sa Jang

History This could be a little complicated here as far as the history or meaning of this particular form but for Taegeuk – Tae means bigness and Geuk means eternity, so Taegeuk roughly means that which is the essence of everything or it has no beginning and no end. The Second Part – Sa Jang is a series of actions …

Tae Kwon Do Form Taegeuk Sam Jang

WTF TaeKwonDo Black Belt Form Three – Taegeuk Sam Jang

History of The Poomse According to the World Taekwondo Federation, Taebaek is the “name of a mountain with the meaning of “bright mountain”, where Tangun, the founder of the nation of Korean people, reigned the country, and the bright mountain symbolizes sacredness of soul and Tangun’s thought of “hongik ingan”[humanitarian ideal]. There are numerous sites known as Taebaek, but Mt. …

How to do the Keumgang Form

WTF TaeKwonDo Black Belt Form Two – Keumgang

History of the Form The Kukkiwon Textbook describes Keumgang as follows: “Keumgang (meaning diamond) has the meaning or translation of ‘hardness’ and ‘ponderosity’. The mountain Keumgang on the Korean peninsula, which is regarded as the center of national spirit, and the ‘Keumgang Yoksa’ (Keumgang warrior) as named by Buddha, who represents a mighty warrior, are the background denominating this poomsae. …

Tae Kwon Do Black Belt Forms

WTF TaeKwonDo Black Belt Form One – Koryo

Koryo (Korea), the first Taekwondo black belt formed to be studied, is the name of an old Korean Dynasty and that kind of spirit is reflected in the movements of the Poomsae Koryo. Each movement of this Poomsae is meant to represent the strength and energy that was needed at the time to control the Mongols.  This Black Belt form …