Grading Information

Grading Pattern: HWA RANG – 29 Moves

HWA RANG Interpretation
Hwa Rang is named after the Hwa Rang youth group which originated in the Silla dynasty around 600 AD. This group eventually became the main driving force for the unification of the three kingdoms of Korea. The 29 movements refer to the 29th infantry division where Tae Kwon Do developed into maturity.
BLACK BELT Meaning
The opposite of white, signifying a maturity and proficiency within Tae Kwon Do.
Also indicates the wearer’s imperviousness to darkness and fear.

Hwa Rang Grading Pattern

Northwich & Stockport Taekwon-do Schools

Korean Terminology

English Korean Pronunciation
CLOSE READY STANCE C MOA JUNBI SOGI C /
VERTICAL STANCE SOOJIK SOGI /
PALM PUSHING BLOCK SONBADAK MIRO MAKGI /
INNER FOREARM SIDE FRONT BLOCK AN PALMOK YOPAP MAKGI /
UPWARD PUNCH OLLYO MAKGI /
DOWNWARD KNIFEHAND STRIKE NAERYO SONKAL TAERIGI /
SLIDING MIKULGI /
MIDDLE SIDE PIERCING KICK KAUNDE YOP CHA JIRUGI /
CRESCENT KICK BANDAL CHAGI /
REVERSE FOOTSWORD BALDAL DUNG /
INSTEP BALDUNG  /
Pad Work Routine

 

– Sparring routine using hands and feet.

– Combinations chosen by the grading examiner.

– Pad work should be carried out in pairs as in set sparring.

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