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Table of Contents

Owner Information Promotion Dates Forward Contact Information Studio History Instructor and Lineage History of Soo Bahk Do History of U.S. SBDMDK Federation, Inc. Protocol Belt Ranking System Meaning of the Belts Important Characters Flags Hyung (Forms) 10th and 9th Gup Terminology 8th and 7th Gup Terminology 6th, 5th, and 4th Gup Terminology 3rd, 2nd and 1st Gup Terminology Gerneral Terminology List 9th Gup Candidate Requirements 8th Gup Candidate Requirements 7th Gup Candidate Requirements 6th Gup Candidate Requirements 5th Gup Candidate Requirements 4th Gup Candidate Requirements 3rd Gup Candidate Requirements 2nd Gup Candidate Requirements 1st Gup Candidate Requirements Cho Dan Candidate Requirements E Dan Candiate Requirements Sam Dan Candidate Requirements Requirement Checklist Events Attended Address List Signature List Notes / Pictures 3 4 5 6 7 8,9,10 11 12 13,14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24-28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38,39 40,41 42.43 44 45,46,47 48 49 50

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Owner of Manual

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Started Training: ______________________ Personal History:

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Promoted To...

U Gup Ja Started Training: ___________________ Rank 10th Gup 9th Gup 8th Gup 7th Gup 6th Gup 5th Gup 4th Gup 3rd Gup 2nd Gup 1st Gup U Dan Ja Dan Number: _________________ Rank Cho Dan E Dan Sam Dan Ko Dan Ja Rank Sa Dan O Dan Yuk Dan Chil Dan Date Location Promoted By Notes Date Location Promoted By Notes Date Location Gup Number: _______________________ Promoted By Notes

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Forward

This studio manual, along with the welcome packet was developed to help you throughout the various stages of your Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan training. It is our belief that as you progress in the art of Soo Bahk Do you will see the mental and physical disciplines appear in your every move. Our Martial Art is an art form, not a sport. Our philosophy is very strong. We use Soo Bahk Do to realize our full potential both physically and mentally to emphasize "Virtue in action" demonstrating courage, discipline, confidence and humility through our sincere efforts in training and our behavior towards others. We train your mind and body.

Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan is very unique in many ways, but there is one in particular that stands out. Anywhere you go in the United States or any country in the world, there is a Soo Bahk Do studio teaching the same material, the only difference is the location; this is a very unique aspect of our Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation. No one other than Federation certified studios can carry the name Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan. This brings me to your important role as a new member of our studio; to officially become a member of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation Inc. In three months time you and/or your child will be eligible to test for your first rank. In order to test for any rank in Soo Bahk Do you are required to become a member of our great organization. This involves you; so within two months please send in your membership fee to our Federation Headquarters. As a result of this membership fee, as soon as you become a member and we see your membership card we will waive your first testing fee of $35.00 and also award you with your own official Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan patch for your uniform. The benefits and rewards of becoming a member of our organization includes: 1. Direct access to the teachings from our founder of Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Grandmaster Hwang Kee. 2. Access to Certified Studios run by Certified Instructors who care about your development as a student who can provide you with the best possible technical and philosophical guidance in Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan. 3. Access to Regional and National events, clinics, seminars and workshops where you can meet, share experiences and learn with fellow practitioners. 4. Worldwide visiting rights to any affiliated Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan School. 5. Access to the only authorized educational and technical publications and tapes on Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan. 6. Legitimate certification for your rank achievements ONLY the U.S. Federation is authorized by Grandmaster H.C. Hwang to issue Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan rank certification. 7. Backing, credibility and support of a National organization plus reduced pricing on educational items. 8. You can vote on matters of importance and contribute to the growth of Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan through your personal efforts. All these and many more are made possible with your membership fees.

I look forward to working with you and developing your knowledge of Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan. Russ Hanke

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Studio Contact Information

Russ Hanke's Soo Bahk Do College is located at: 3547 Fort Street Wyandotte, MI 48146 734-282-2212

Studio Mailing Address: Russ Hanke's Soo Bahk Do College 3547 Fort Street Wyandotte, MI 48146 E-Mail: [email protected]

For more information please do not hesitate to use the following resources: · · Official Russ Hanke's Soo Bahk Do College Website: http://www.rhsbdc.com E-Mail Your Questions To: [email protected]

· Should you need to contact Master Hanke at anytime please feel free to call the following number: 734-282-2212

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Studio History

STUDIO CERTIFICATION #: SE-4 In the late 1950's a young serviceman returned from South Korea to the downriver area as the 1st American Dan (Black Belt) in the history of Tang Soo Do (Soo Bahk Do). His name is Dale Drouillard Dan Bon (Black Belt Number) 757 and he established the first Tang Soo Do (Soo Bahk Do) studio in Michigan at the Wyandotte YMCA. Through a series of events the studio was passed on to one of Master Drouillard's premier students; Russ Hanke Dan Bon 4137. Sa Bom Nim Hanke continued operating/instructing at the studio and it became the mainstay of several studios in the downriver area supplying them with highly qualified instructors through the years. The Wyandotte studio is now one of the oldest continually operating studios in the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation with the studio certification number 4. Now, after over 45 years of the highest standards of training and instruction, we welcome you.

RHSBDC Owner & Head Instructor: Sa Bom Nim Russ Hanke [8th Dan, 4137] His Instructor : Kwan Jang Nim H. C. Hwang [9th Dan, 509] President of Our Organization His Instructor: Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee Founder of the Moo Duk Kwan

1960s ­ Hanke Sa Bom Nim performing flying side kick.

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Instructor Lineage

Sa Bom Nim Russ Hanke

Rank : Pahl Dan (8th Degree) Dan #: 4137 Sa Bom Nim Hanke has been studying the martial arts since 1960, and has been teaching for over 45 years. He has continued to study Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan since the inception of our art in the United States. His first instructor was Master Dale Drouillard, the first American to receive the rank of Black Belt in our organization. Sa Bom Nim Hanke's current instructor is the President of our art, Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang, son of our late Founder, Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee. He is a Charter Member of our organization and has served on the Board of Directors and Technical Advisory Committee. Currently, Sa Bom Nim Hanke is a member of the Senior Advisory Committee. He is an internationally known instructor and mentor.

Connection to our Founder (Lineage):

Russ Hanke's Soo Bahk Do College Member | Russ Hanke Sa Bom Nim | H.C. Hwang Kwan Jang Nim, President | Hwang Kee Kwan Jang Nim, Founder

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Instructor Lineage

Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang

Rank : Gu Dan (9th Degree) Dan #: 509 Kwan Jang Nim Hwang entered the Moo Duk Kwan on May 5, 1954 at the age of 7. He earned his Cho Dan at the age of 9. At that time he was the youngest Dan holder in Korea. He was a a member of the Korean team at the 5th Asian Karate Championships held in Seoul, Korea in 1966. At the 6th Asian Karate Championships held in Manila, Philippines in 1967, Kwan Jang Nim Hwang was Head Technical Advisor. In 1969, he graduated from Korean University with a major in Oriental Philosophy. During the 1st World Karate Tournament in Tokyo, Japan Kwan Jang Nim Hwang served as head Technical Advisor. From 1970-1973, he was the head instructor at the Central Moo Duk Kwan Do Jang and at the U.S. 8th Army Base in Yong San. From 1973-1974, Kwan Jang Nim Hwang served as the head instructor at the Greek Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation. Also during 1974, he was the invitational instructor of the United Kingdom Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation. He is a charter member of the United States Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation. Kwan Jang Nim Hwang also served as the U.S. Designee to Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee and Chairman of the Technical Advisory Committee (T.A.C.) since the inception of our Federation in the United States until 2002. Currently, Kwan Jang Nim Hwang serves as President of our organization.

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Instructor Lineage

Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee

Founder of the Moo Duk Kwan November 9, 1914 - July 14, 2002 Through the span of his lifetime Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee dedicated his life to Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan and the improvement of Human Relations across the World. As a result of his efforts thousands upon thousands have been affected by his teachings. Since founding the Moo Duk Kwan on November 9, 1945 he evolved the art into what we enjoy today, the premier martial arts organization in the world. Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee discovered Soo Bahk in the Moo Yei Do Bo Tong Ji in 1957. This was the rebirth of Soo Bahk as a Korean traditional martial art. He spent long and arduous hours of study in order to make possible the rebirth of Soo Bahk for the martial art practitioners of the world. He developed the Soo Bahk Do system for us to study through the Moo Duk Kwan as a living art, and he helped us to become connected with our long and proud heritage. The Kwan Jang Nim realized the importance and value of "Soo Bahk" as an art form and he named it "Soo Bahk Do" and started its promotion in 1957. The Korean Soo Bahk Do Association was formally registered as a corporation with the Korean government on June 30, 1960 and has continuously fulfilled its mission. Prior to 1974 there were many Americans holding degrees, teaching and promoting without standardization, regulation, communication or leadership. The Kwan Jang Nim decided that a United States organization must be established to unify and standardize the art. As a result of this decision, the United States Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation, Inc. was founded in 1975. The Federation is devoted to the growth and continuation of Soo Bahk Do in the United States, and to the maintenance of standards of excellence that was set by Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee. Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee was a martial arts prodigy. His dedication to his beliefs, his leadership, and his Mission for World Peace have affected and will affect us forever. He is the example of what a martial artist is supposed to be. We all learn from and follow his example. Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee's teachings will live on forever and will never be forgotten. He has inspired and moved us all.

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF SOO BAHK DO

Soo Bahk Do is the name of the art we study and its direct translation is Soo (hand), Bahk (strike) and Do (art or way). According to the Moo Yei Do Bo Tong Ji, the name "Bahk" originated in the age of Chun Chu (2700 years ago) and the name "Soo Bahk" originated during the early Jon Han Dynasty in China (2200 years ago). This is the oldest reference to any martial art name in Korea, based on the historical documentation available. Numerous descriptions of the name "Soo Bahk" were recorded in the historical documentation and wall painting of tombs since the Han Dynasty (2000 years ago) and through the Ko Ku Ryo, Silla, and Ko Ryo Dynasties and down to the Yi Dynasty (600 years ago). As discussed earlier, the name "Soo Bahk" was first used about 2200-2700 years ago in the age of Chun Chu in China. However, "Soo Bahk Ki" (Soo Bahk Technique) or "Soo Bahk Hee" (Soo Bahk Dance) seems to have been more actively known and practiced in the Ko Ku Ryo dynasty (2000 years ago), Ko Ryo dynasty (1000 years ago), and Yi Dynasty (600 years ago) of Korea. This shows that Soo Bahk Ki (or Hee) was practiced by Korean people traditionally since the Ko Ku Ryo Dynasty (2000 years ago). No one knew about the existence of Soo Bahk for nearly a half century during the Japanese occupation. Korea became an independent country as World War II ended on August 15, 1945. Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee discovered Soo Bahk in the Moo Yei Do Bo Tong Ji in 1957. This was the rebirth of Soo Bahk as a Korean traditional martial art. He spent long and arduous hours of study in order to make possible the rebirth of Soo Bahk for the martial art practitioners of the world. He developed the Soo Bahk Do system for us to study through the Moo Duk Kwan as a living art, and he has helped us to become connected with our long and proud heritage. The Kwan Jang Nim realized the importance and value of "Soo Bahk" as an art form and he named it "Soo Bahk Do" and started its promotion in 1957. The Korean Soo Bahk Do Association was formally registered as a corporation with the Korean government on June 30, 1960 and has continuously fulfilled its mission.

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A Brief History Of Soo Bahk Do and The United States Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation, Inc.

Soo Bahk Do is a Korean traditional martial art who's history dates back many centuries. Our kicking techniques, for which Soo Bahk Do is recognized are based on the Moo Duk Kwan style as developed by Grandmaster Hwang Kee. Soo Bahk Do is both a hard and soft style. The founder of Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan, Grandmaster Hwang Kee, was a martial arts prodigy, having mastered Tae Kyun (another Korean system not related to Tae Kwon Do) at the age of 22. At that time, (1936) he traveled to Northern China where he encountered a Chinese variation of martial artistry. From 1936 to 1945 he combined Eastern wisdom and developed what is now known as Soo Bahk Do. Soo Bahk Do is not a sport. Though it is not essentially competitive, it has great combat applications. As a classical martial art, its purpose is to develop every aspect of the self, in order to create a mature person who totally integrates his/her intellect, body, emotions, and spirit. This integration helps to create a person who is free from inner conflict and who can deal with the outside world in a mature, intelligent, forthright, and virtuous manner. Because of the aforementioned qualities of Soo Bahk Do; Grandmaster Hwang Kee established and founded his first Soo Bahk Do school under the name 'Moo Duk Kwan'. This school developed into a force which most influenced the martial art styles in modern times. A brief meaning of the words 'Moo Duk Kwan' is a 'Brotherhood and school of stopping inner and outer conflict and developing virtue through Soo Bahk Do training'. The Moo Duk Kwan name gives us direction and focus in our mental training. Soo Bahk Do is the technique, Moo Duk Kwan is the philosophy. Soo Bahk Do technique requires the mental discipline that Moo Duk Kwan offers. The two combined produces a total development which increases the benefits of both. From their harmony is created an awareness of being that makes Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan training a valuable art form. Over the past twenty years, thousands of Americans have studied Soo Bahk Do in Korea. Korean instructors have been sent around the world and there are now major Soo Bahk Do organizations worldwide. There are roughly 200,000 Soo Bahk Do students with over 30,000 Dan holders. Anyone who has studied with the Grandmaster knows how demanding he is. (He was once heard to have said: 'If you want to do front and reverse punches correctly, you must spend ten hours a day, six days a week for three years doing nothing else'.) Prior to 1974 there were many Americans holding degrees, teaching and promoting without standardization, regulation, communication or leadership. The Grandmaster decided that a United States organization must be established to unify and standardize the art. As a result of this decision, the United States Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation, Inc. Was forzned in 1975, guided by an elected and appointed Board of Directors, and originally operated by volunteer members. The Federation is devoted to the growth and continuation of Soo Bahk Do in the United States, and to the maintenance of standards of excellence set by Grandmaster Hwang Kee. It is testimony to the Grandmaster and his teachings that he commands such respect, devoted effort from many mature, intelligent, independent individuals and Charter Members who worked to create the Federation and those who were elected to the Board of Directors. There are certain qualities that characterize the Grandmaster, the members of the Board, and Soo Bahk Do practitioners in general openness, personal closeness, independence, rock-hard determination, maturity, and unshakable solidarity. These qualities bind us together as kinsmen. This, more than anything else, assures future generations that they will inherit the way of Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan.

List of the Regions that the United States is broken down into:

Region 1 - Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut Region 2 - New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, District of Columbia Region 3 - Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina Region 4 - Flordia, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands Region 5 - Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio Region 6 - Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas Region 7 - Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota Region 8 - Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana Region 9 - California, Nevada, Hawaii Region 10 - Washington, Oregon, Alaska

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Protocol

1. Arriving for Class: A. You should be at least 5 to 10 minutes early for your class every time so you can stretch and change if necessary before class starts. B. If you have to eat something before class, try to do so at least 45 minutes before class. Make an effort to use the restroom before entering class so that you don't have to leave class. C. When you enter the Studio you must be aware of your seniors standing around you and be sure to bow and say "An'nyong Ha Sip Ni Ka" which means "Hello." Start with the most senior in the room. D. Prior to entering the Do Jang (Training Hall) you must place your hand to your Heart and bow to the Flags. Also, be sure to acknowledge any of your seniors on the floor. E. If you happen to be late for class please wait at the entrance to the Do Jang until the instructor acknowledges you and then you can proceed into the class. Make sure to walk behind everyone to assume your appropriate position with the class. F. Be sure never to wear any jewelry to class for everyone's protection. If you have something that you never take off (i.e. wedding ring) please be sure to put tape around it before training. Also make sure that your fingernails and toenails are cut so they will not cause any injuries. G. Please practice good hygiene. Take regular showers and brush your teeth. It's for your health and if everyone takes care of themselves, the classroom will be a more pleasant place. During the Class: A. If you have a question, raise your hand to ask, only during opportune times. Never blurt out the answer to a question, leave time for everyone to think about it. B. When a senior calls on you make sure to bow, and then answer the question. If you are sitting down be sure to stand up first, then bow and then answer. C. Never fidget during class, when you are standing at attention, sitting down or in any kind of motion. D. Always run behind the lines and never run between the lines when you are paired off with someone. Also after working with a partner, shake your partners hand to show good sportsmanship. E. One of the most important aspects of your training is that you never, under any circumstance, correct your senior out of respect for their position. F. Regarding the parents, family and friends; we have observation days at the end of every month. We encourage your attendance on those days, to observe. Any days outside of these, we request that you do not observe (You may observe during Gup Testing). This is to insure that we have 100% of the students' energy and attention. G. You must attend as many of your available classes and put in good spirit and effort when in class to be considered for testing when the minimum training time has passed. After the Class: A. After you bow out to the instructor, you have to bow to the senior member of the class and then dismiss. Be sure to let your seniors leave before you. B. Remember that as you leave, another group may be entering, so please keep your voices down when leaving the training floor. C. After you end class do not forget to bring your attendance card to the front desk, so we can keep track of your attendance. D. While waiting for a ride be sure to always stand and acknowledge your seniors when they pass by you. E. While waiting for Parents/ride, unless your parent is right outside the door, please be seated and wait patiently. Do not wait outside. The instructors will tell you when your ride is here. Note to Parents: Please do not pick up your children later than 15 minutes after class.

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This list of Courtesy and Etiquette is just a minor introduction. If you have any questions do not be afraid to ask them, you can visit our website or e-mail us your questions for further information. There is much to learn in Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan on Courtesy and Etiquette. As a result of that, you receive the benefits of discipline to know what is going on around you at all times. A more detailed look at these issues is discussed in the Gup Manual, which you receive free with your Federation Membership. Thank You for Your Cooperation!

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Protocol

Your Do Bok (Uniform)

Your uniform is to be treated with the utmost care and respect. This means that you should: · Wash it regularly (cold water, like-colors, no bleach) and iron out any wrinkles. · Learn to FOLD or HANG it properly. · Learn to wear it correctly (including wearing your pants at the proper waist height and tying your drawstring. This will help with your kicking techniques. · Place your Federation Patch on your uniform (by the heart) as soon as possible along with any other patches you may receive. · Add trim to your uniform as soon as possible after obtaining your new Green Belt, Red Belt or Dan Ranking. · You should not wear it while eating, crumple it into a bag or leave it in the car for your next class. · Male students should NOT wear a shirt under their jackets, but we require that female students DO wear an appropriate undershirt.

Your Dee (Belt)

Your belt is the symbol of your rank and accomplishments so it too should be treated properly. · NEVER WASH YOUR BELT ­ Tradition says that the color that will naturally occur on your belt as a result of training. This is a sign of your progress. This means you should: · Learn to tie it properly · Display your rank stripes on your LEFT side · You should not drag it on the floor, or wear it around your neck, as it is only meant for your waist.

General Behavior

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You are NOT to use Soo Bahk DoTM in playful way or simply to show off. This is disrespectful and usually results in someone getting hurt for no reason. You should demonstrate discipline and respect for others, most especially your family members. Be helpful and courteous as often as possible. Learn to be attentive and stand at attention to the instructors around you when they speak to you or ask you to do something. An instructor should not have to tell disruptive students to be quiet or to behave more than once. Always answer with the appropriate Yes Sir/Ma'am, or No Sir/Ma'am.

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Belt Ranking System

Rank

10th Gup 9th Gup 8th Gup 7th Gup 6th Gup 5th Gup 4th Gup 3rd Gup 2nd Gup 1st Gup

Belt

White Belt White Belt w/ Blue Stripe Orange Belt Orange Belt w/ Blue Stripe Green Belt (Green Trim on Lapel) Green Belt w/ Blue Stripe Green Belt w/ Two Blue Stripes Red Belt (Red Trim on Lapel) Red Belt w/ Blue Stripes Red Belt w/ Two Blue Stripes

Time Requirement

First Class 3 Months Minimum 3 Months Minimum 3 Months Minimum 3 Months Minimum 3 Months Minimum 3 Months Minimum 3 Months Minimum 6 Months Minimum 6 Months Minimum

1st Dan (Cho Dan) 2nd Dan (E-Dan) 3rd Dan (Sam Dan) 4th Dan (Sa Dan) 5th Dan (O Dan) 6th Dan (Yuk Dan) 7th Dan (Chil Dan) 8th Dan (Pahl Dan) 9th Dan (Gu Dan)

Midnight Blue Belt (Blue Trim on Uniform) Midnight Blue Belt w/ Two White Stripes Midnight Blue Belt w/ Three White Stripes

Midnight Blue Belt w/ Red Stripe in center of belt.

1 Year Minimum 2 Year Minimum 3 Year Minimum 4 Year Minimum 5 Year Minimum 6 Year Minimum 7 Year Minimum 8 Year Minimum 9 Year Minimum

Midnight Blue Belt w/ Red Stripe in center of belt.

Midnight Blue Belt w/ Red Stripe in center of belt.

Midnight Blue Belt w/ Red Stripe in center of belt.

Midnight Blue Belt w/ Red Stripe in center of belt.

Midnight Blue Belt w/ Red Stripe in center of belt.

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Meaning of the Belts

White Belt - Winter (Meaning - Emptiness, innocence, hidden potential, purity.) As a white belt you represent Winter. Your potential and skills are hidden under the pure white snow. As you begin your journey, through training and time your skills and potential will begin to appear. Orange Belt - Time between Winter & Spring Orange belt was originally added by Grandmaster Hwang Kee in 1975, this level was designed as an extra stage of encouragement and motivation. As an orange belt you represent the time between winter and spring. Through your training, some of your skills and potential are beginning to appear like the stalk of a plant pushing up through the snow. Green Belt - Spring (Meaning - Growth, spreading, advancement.) As a green belt you represent Spring. Through hard work and training your potential and skills are becoming much more visible, like the new growth of a plant in spring. Just like a new plant your skills must be nurtured through continued hard work and practice so they will continue to grow and blossom. Red Belt - Summer (Meaning - Ripening, "Yang," active.) As a red belt you represent Summer. With much hard work, your skills and potential have blossomed and are visible like the petals of a flower. Your training has provided you with strong roots and foundation in Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan. You are able to accept life's challenges with confidence and a positive attitude. Midnight Blue - Autumn (Meaning - Maturity, "Um," passive, harvest.) As a Dan you represent Autumn, "Maturity and harvesting the crops". The time spent training has provided you with the skills and maturity to better understand and use Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan. This knowledge allows you to continue to grow physically & mentally as well as lead a healthy and disciplined life.

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Important Characters

Pyung

- Perfectly Balanced - Peaceful - Calm

Ahn

- Security - Comfort

"Pyung Ahn" ­ "Peaceful Confidence"

Moo

Martial or Military, stopping inner and outer conflict

Soo Bahk Do

Soo ­ Hand, Bahk ­ Strike, Do ­ The Way, The Path "Soo Bahk Do" ­ "The Way of the Striking Hand"

Moo Duk Kwan

Moo ­ Martial, Duk ­ Virtue, Kwan ­ School or Institute "Moo Duk Kwan" ­ "Institute of Martial Virtue"

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Information on the Flags

- American Flag The seven red stripes stand for courage. The six white strips stand for purity of nation. The strips as a whole (13) stand for the thirteen original colonies. The fifty stars stand for the fifty states of the United States of America. The color blue on the Flag stands for justice.

- The South Korean Flag ( Taegukki ) The white represents the land. The circle represents the people. The red, top portion of the circle is the "Yang." The blue, bottom portion of the circle is the "Um." The middle line between the Um and Yang is the Il Hwan, which represents opposites, continuous motion, divided equally and perfectly balanced. The Bars (tri-grams) represent the Government. The Tri-Grams breakdown in the following way: * Top Left Corner: (South) Heaven / Full Sun *Top Right Corner: (West) Water / Twilight * Bottom Left Corner: (East) Dawn / Fire *Bottom Right Corner: (North) Darkness / Earth

- The Moo Duk Kwan Flag (Kwan Gi) The Fist: Gold color, the Soo Bahk Do fist stands for justice, for honor, and unity bearing strength. The Leaves: The fourteen leaves on each side of the wreath represent the 14 provinces of Korea, the leaves also represent peace. The Berries: The red berries represent the six major continents, a fruitful result of training, and the color comes from the Yang. The Scroll: The blue scroll at the bottom of the flag stands for knowledge. In the Grand Master's words "The martial artist should also be a scholar." The color blue comes from the Um. The Character on the Scroll: The far left character is Soo, meaning hand and also the "Soo" from Soo Bahk Do to indicate its influence. The middle character is Moo, meaning martial or military. This symbol represents that the central purpose of Soo Bahk Do is to stop fighting between people and even to resolve conflicts within ourselves. The far right character is Bahk, meaning strike and also the "Bahk" from Soo Bahk Do to indicate its influence.

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Information on Selected Forms

Ki Cho Hyung (Il Bu, E Bu, and Sam Bu)

Creator: Kwan Jang Nim (Grandmaster) Hwang Kee Date of Creation: 1947 Place of Creation: Seoul, Korea Number of Motions: 22

Pyung Ahn Hyung (Cho, E, Sam, Sa, and O Dan)

Creator: Mr. Idos Date of Creation: Approximately 1870 Place of Creation: Hwa Nam (Area of China) Number of Motions: Cho Dan (25), E Dan (30), Sam Dan (29), Sa Dan (31), O Dan (30) Meaning of Pyung Ahn: "Peaceful Confidence" Animal Characteristic: Tortoise

Chil Sung Hyung (Il, E, Sam, Sa, O, Yuk and Chil Ro Hyung)

Creator: Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee Date of Creation: 1952 Number of Motions: Il Ro Hyung (38), E Ro Hyung (31), Sam Ro Hyung (57) Meaning of Chil Sung: "Seven Star" ­ Refers to the seventh star of the Little Dipper which is the North Star.

In early years, when travelers were unsure of the direction they were traveling, they would use the North Star as a guide for finding the way. The motivation of the Chil Sung Hyungs is "Guiding the Way." Guiding the Moo Duk Kwan Practitioner to becoming a better martial artist.

Passai

Creator: Unknown Date of Creation: Mid to Late 1500's Place of Creation: Ha Nam (Southern Area of China) Number of Motions: 52 Meaning of Passai: Collection of the best/fast motions. Animal Characteristic: Cobra

Nai Han Ji Cho Dan Hyung

Creator: Jan Song Kye Date of Creation: About 900 Years Ago (During the Song Dynasty in China) Place of Creation: Ha Buk (Northern Area of China) Number of Motions: 35 Original Name of Hyung: Neh Bo Jin ­ Neh (Inside, Inward), Bo (Step), Jin (Advance)

Du Mun (Yuk Ro Cho Dan Hyung)

- Yuk Ro Hyung was originally translated from the "Moo Yei Do Bo Tong Ji" by Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee. - The "Moo Yei Do Bo Tong Ji" was published approximately 300 years ago. It is the oldest and most valuable historical documentation of Korean Martial Arts. - Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee first discovered this book in 1957 at the Seoul National University Library. - Du means "Top" or "Great", Mun means "Gate," so Du Mun means "Great Gate." - This Hyung is characterized as entering the discipline of Yuk Ro Hyung.

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10th and 9th Gup Terminology_____________________

Ki Cho ­ Hyung ­ Il Bu ­ E Bu ­ Sam Bu (Basic ­ Form - #1 #2 #3) Creator: Grandmaster Hwang Kee Date of Creation: 1947 Place of Creation: Seoul, South Korea Complete Name of our Art: Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Created: November 9, 1945 By ­ Grandmaster (Kwan Jang Nim) Hwang Kee Name of our Organization: Moo Duk Kwan Means: Institute (Kwan) of Martial (Moo) Virtue (Duk) Name of the Art: Soo Bahk Do Means: The Way (Do) of the Striking (Bahk) Hand (Soo) Name of our School at Lincoln Park: Lincoln Park Soo Bahk Do ­ (Studio Certification # SE-471)

Foot Techniques (Jok Gi) Ahp Cha Nut Gi ­ Front Kick Yup Podo Cha Gi ­ Side Kick Ahp Podo Oll Ri Gi Cha Gi ­ Front Strectch Kick Ahneso Pahkuro Cha Gi ­ Inside to Outside Kick Dull Ryo Cha Gi ­ Roundhouse Kick Dwi Podo Cha Gi ­ Spin Back Kick Stances (Jaseh) Jhoon Bee Jaseh ­ Ready Stance Chun Gul Jaseh ­ Front Stance Hu Gul Jaseh ­ Back Stance Kee Ma Jaseh ­ Horseback Stance Sa Ko Rip Jaseh ­ Side Stance Dae Ryun Jaseh ­ Sparring Stance Counting English ­ Korean ­ Chinese #1 Ha Na Il #2 Dool E #3 Set Sam #4 Net Sa #5 Da Sot O #6 Yuh Sot Yuk #7 Il Gop Chil #8 Yo Dull Pahl #9 Ah Hope Gu #10 Yohl Ship

Instructor Information Instructor - Master Russ Hanke Rank ­ 8th Dan Dan # - 4137 Title ­ Sa Bom Nim His Instructor ­ Grandmaster H.C. Hwang Rank ­ 9th Dan Dan # - 509 Title ­ Kwan Jang Nim His Instructor ­ Grandmaster Hwang Kee

Title ­ Kwan Jang Nim, Founder

Hand Techniques (Soo Gi)

Ha Dan Mahk Kee ­ Low Block Sang Dan Mahk Kee ­ High Block Ahneso Pahkuro Mahk Kee ­ Inside to Outside Block Pahkeso Ahnuro Mahk Kee ­ Two Fisted Block Choong Dan Kong Kyuk ­ Middle Punch Sang Dan Kong Kyuk ­ High Punch Cap Kwon Kong Kyuk ­ Backfist Attack Wheng Jin Kong Kyuk ­ Side Punch Kwan Soo Kong Kyuk ­ Spear Hand Pierce Attack Yup Mahk Kee ­ Inside to Outside Block in Back Stance

General Terminology

An'nyong Ha Sip Ni Ka - Hello An'nyong Ha Ka Sip Sio - Goodbye Kahm Sa Ham Ni Da ­ Thank You Chun Mhan Eh Yo ­ You're Welcome An Jo - Sit E La Sut - Stand Kwan Won ­ Student Member Cho Bo Ja - Beginner Do Bok ­ Uniform Dee ­ Belt Do Jang ­ Training Hall Muk Nyum ­ Meditation Cha Ryut - Attention Kyung Ret ­ Bow Ba Ro ­ Return to Jhoon Bee Shio ­ Rest Dwi Ro ­ Look (For a Turn) Tora ­ Turn Dasi ­ Return to Last Position Wen Jok ­ Left O Rin Jok ­ Right Soo Jok Gi ­ Hand and Foot Techniques Tuel Oh ­ Cross Body Technique

Il Soo Sik Deh Ryun (One Step Sparring) Requirements 10th to 9th Gup - # 1 - # 2 9th to 8th Gup - # 1 - # 4 Ho Sin Sool (Self-Defense)

Requirements 10th to 9th Gup ­ Cross Wrist Grab ­ ( # 1 - # 2) 9th to 8th Gup ­ Cross Wrist Grab ­ ( # 1 - # 4)

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8th and 7th Gup Terminology______________________

10 Articles of Faith on Mental Training 1. Be loyal to one's country 2. Be obedient to one's parents and elders. 3. Be loving to one's Husband or Wife. 4. Be cooperative to your brothers. 5. Be respectful to elders. 6. Be faithful to your teacher. 7. Be faithful to friends. 8. Face combat only in justice and with honor. 9. Never retreat in battle. 10. Always finish what you start. 3 Powers Neh Gung ­ Internal Power Weh Gung ­ External Power Shim Gung ­ Mental Power Five Requirements on Physical Training 1. Contact with natural surroundings. 2. Contact with Diverse physical conditions. 3. Suitable Nourishment 4. Suitable Exercise 5. Suitable Rest Emphasis 1. Vocal exhalation 2. Focus of sight 3. Continuous balance during movement 4. Flexibility of body 5. Proper muscle tone 6. High and low speed technique 7. Exactness of technique 8. Adjustment for proper distance 9. Proper breathing for endurance 10. Conditioning of hands and feet Pyung Ahn E Dan ­ (30 Motions) Chil Sung E Ro Hyung ­ (31 Motions)

Pyung Ahn Hyung (Forms)

Pyung - Well Balanced, Calm, Peaceful Ahn ­ Safe, Confident Created ­ Approximately 1870's - Existed in Hwa Nam China, an Okinowean Master named Mr. Idos reorganized the old Pyung Ahn (Jae Nahm) into five new Pyung Ahn forms. Pyung Ahn ­ "Peaceful Confidence"

Chil Sung Hyung (Forms)

Chil ­ Seven Sung ­ Star Created ­ 1952 (By Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee)

- Refers to the seventh star of the Little Dipper which is the North Star. In early years, when travelers were unsure of the direction they were traveling, they would use the North Star as a guide for finding the way. The motivation of the Chil Sung Hyungs is "Guiding the Way." Guiding the Moo Duk Kwan Practitioner to becoming a better martial artist. Five Requirements on Mental Training

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Oneness with nature Complete awareness of environment Experience Conscience Culture

Emphasis

1. Reverence for nature 2. Physical Control 3. Courtesy 4. Modesty 5. Thankfulness 6. Self-Sacrifice 7. Courage 8. Chastity 9. Strength inside and mildness outside 10. Endurance 11. Reading Ability

Techniques / Terminology

Choong Dan Soo Do ­ Open Hand Middle Block Ha Dan Soo Do ­ Open Hand Low Block Moo Roop Cha Gi ­ Knee Kick Dwi Ahneso Pahkuro Cha Gi ­ Spin inside outside kick Yuk Jin Kong Kyuk ­ Reverse Punch in a Back Stance Il Ji Kwan Soo Kong Kyuk ­ Two Finger Pierce Ha Dan Ssang Soo Mahk Kee ­ Low X Block in Low Stance Sang Dan Ssang Soo Mahk Kee ­ High X Block in Low Stance Shi Sun ­ Focus of Sight Choong Shim ­ Balance Moo Do Chung Shin ­ Martial Arts Spirit Moo ­ Sword or Conflict, Stop or Prevent

(Martial or Military Stopping Inner and Outer Conflict)

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun Requirements

8th to 7th Gup­(#3-# 6) 7th to 6th Gup­(#5-#8)

Ho Sin Sool Requirements

8th to 7th Gup-Same Side Grab-(#1-#2) 7th to 6th Gup-Same Side Grab-(#1-#4)

Hyung Requirements:

8th to 7th Gup - Ki Cho Hyung Sam Bu ­ (22 Motions) Pyung Ahn Cho Dan ­ (25 Motions) 7th to 6th Gup ­ Pyung Ahn Cho Dan ­ (25 Motions)

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6th, 5th, and 4th Gup Terminology__________________

Five Basic Principles of the Martial Arts 1. Path of Virtue and Duty 2. Knowledge of the Harmony of the Nature of the Universe 3. Knowledge and Understanding of Geography 4. Great Leadership 5. Social System and Order Philosophy Ryu Pa ­ Water Flows Down Divided, it is normal to have change in one's lifetime. Tea Cup ­ Those who are willing to change, learn, and grow have an empty cup and are ready to receive information to grow as a practitioner and a person. Those with full cups do not leave any room for change, knowledge, or growth. Apple ­ "Golden," Everyone receives an apple (lesson) in their training, the one's who take a bite are the one's that prosper and grow as a martial artist, they receive the "Golden" fruit and benefits of their training. Techniques / Terminology

Eight Standing Breathing Exercises - Moo Pahl Dan Khum

Five Factors of Technique 1. Kyong ­ Basic Values 2. Kin ­ Effort and Sincerity 3. Kyong - Wisdom 4. Kun ­ Courage and Confidence 5. Jul ­ Keen Judgment

Eight Key Concepts Number English #1 Courage #2 Concentration #3 Endurance #4 Honesty #5 Humility #6 Control of Power #7 Tension and Relaxation #8 Speed Control

Korean Yong Gi Chung Shin Tong Il In Neh Chung Jik Kyum Son Him Cho Chung Shin Chook Wang Gup

Hyung 6th to 5th Gup ­ Pyung Ahn Sam Dan Chil Sung E Ro Hyung 5th to 4th Gup ­ Pyung Ahn Sa Dan Chil Sung Il Ro Hyung Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung 4th to 3rd Gup ­ Pyung Ahn O Dan Chil Sung Il Ro Hyung Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung Il Soo Sik Dae Ryung 6th to 5th Gup ­ # 7 - # 10 5th to 4th Gup ­ # 9 - # 12 4th to 3rd Gup ­ # 11 - # 14 Ho Sin Sool 6th to 5th Gup ­ Two on One Grab (# 1 - # 2) 5th to 4th Gup ­ Two on One Grab (# 1 - # 3) 4th to 3rd Gup ­ Tow on Two Grab (# 1 - # 2)

Ema Kong Kyuk ­ Head Butt Jip Kye Son ­ Plier Hand Peet Cha Gi ­ Reverse Roundhouse Kick Sohn Mok Deung ­ Upper Wrist Pahl Koop Kong Kyuk ­ Elbow Attack Mok Soo Do Kong Kyuk ­ Neck Chop Bal Ja Ba Mahk Kee ­ Cup Hand Block Yup Hu Ri Gi Cha Gi ­ Hock Kick Hu Jin Ki Cho ­ Moving Backward Basic Motions Seniors ­ Sun Beh Nim Juniors ­ Hu Beh Return to Jhoon Bee ­ Ba Ro Return to Last Position ­ Dasi Sparring ­ Dae Ryun Attack ­ Kong Kyuk Defense ­ Mahk Kee Begin ­ Si Jak Stop ­ Gu Man Testing Board ­ Shim Sa Kwan Nim National Flag of Korea ­ Kuk Gi Moo Duk Kwan School Flag ­ Kwan Gi

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3rd, 2nd and 1st Gup Terminology__________________

Anatomy Pahl ­ Arm Chu Mok ­ Fist Da Ri ­ Legs Pahl Koop ­ Elbow Tuk ­ Chin Ko Whan ­ Groin Myung Chi ­ Solar Plexus In Choong ­ Between Mouth and Nose Jok ­ Foot Hu Ri ­ Waist Soo ­ Hand Moo Roop ­ Knee Eema ­ Forehead Dan Jun ­ Abdomen Korean Dynasties Kokuryo ( 37 BC ­ 668 AD) ­ Earliest records of Soo Bahk Do and the thirteen Shaolin Monks. Silla (668 ­ 935) ­ Hwarang Warriors and Hwon Kwon Bopsa the nation became unified. Ko Ryo (935 ­ 1392) ­ Decline of the Hwarang Yi (1392 ­ 1907) ­ Moo Yei Do Bo Tong Ji, Tae Kyun Japanese Occupation (1907 ­ August 15, 1945) ­ Martial Arts Outlawed Korean Numbers 10 ­ Yeul 20 ­ Sumul 30 ­ Saryn 40 ­ Mahun 50 ­ Shien 60 ­ Eesun 70 ­ A Ryn 80 ­ Yo Dan 90 ­ A Han 100 ­ Paek 1,000,000 ­ Paek Man Korean Independence (1945 ­ Present)

Main Chinese Dynasty Tang Dynasty (618 ­ 907) ­ Many monks from So Rim Sa Temple practiced Soo Bahk Ki, beginning of open hand techniques

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General Terminology List

General Terminology

An'nyong Ha Sip Ni Ka - Hello An'nyong Ha Ka Sip Sio - Goodbye Kahm Sa Ham Ni Da ­ Thank You Chun Mhan Eh Yo ­ You're Welcome An Jo - Sit E La Sut - Stand Kwan Won ­ Student Member Cho Bo Ja - Beginner Do Bok ­ Uniform Dee ­ Belt Do Jang ­ Training Hall Muk Nyum ­ Meditation Cha Ryut - Attention Kyung Ret ­ Bow Ba Ro ­ Return to Jhoon Bee Shio ­ Rest Dwi Ro ­ Look (For a Turn) Tora ­ Turn Dasi ­ Return to Last Position Wen Jok ­ Left O Rin Jok ­ Right Soo Jok Gi ­ Hand and Foot Techniques Tuel Oh ­ Cross Body Technique

Counting

English ­ Korean ­ Chinese #1 Ha Na Il #2 Dool E #3 Set Sam #4 Net Sa #5 Da Sot O #6 Yuh Sot Yuk #7 Il Gop Chil #8 Yo Dull Pahl #9 Ah Hope Gu #10 Yohl Ship English ­ Korean 20 ­ Sumul 30 ­ Saryn 40 ­ Mahun 50 ­ Shien 60 ­ Eesun 70 ­ A Ryn 80 ­ Yo Dan 90 ­ A Han 100 ­ Paek 1,000,000 ­ Paek Man

Stances (Jaseh)

Jhoon Bee Jaseh ­ Ready Stance Chun Gul Jaseh ­ Front Stance Hu Gul Jaseh ­ Back Stance Kee Ma Jaseh ­ Horseback Stance Sa Ko Rip Jaseh ­ Side Stance Dae Ryun Jaseh ­ Sparring Stance

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Hand Techniques (Soo Gi)

Ha Dan Mahk Kee ­ Low Block Sang Dan Mahk Kee ­ High Block Ahneso Pahkuro Mahk Kee ­ Inside to Outside Block Pahkeso Ahnuro Mahk Kee ­ Two Fisted Block Choong Dan Kong Kyuk ­ Middle Punch Sang Dan Kong Kyuk ­ High Punch Cap Kwon Kong Kyuk ­ Backfist Attack Wheng Jin Kong Kyuk ­ Side Punch Kwan Soo Kong Kyuk ­ Spear Hand Pierce Attack Yup Mahk Kee ­ Inside to Outside Block in Back Stance

Foot Techniques (Jok Gi)

Ahp Cha Nut Gi ­ Front Kick Yup Podo Cha Gi ­ Side Kick Ahp Podo Oll Ri Gi Cha Gi ­ Front Strectch Kick Ahneso Pahkuro Cha Gi ­ Inside to Outside Kick Dull Ryo Cha Gi ­ Roundhouse Kick Dwi Podo Cha Gi ­ Spin Back Kick

3 Energies

Neh Gung ­ Internal Power Weh Gung ­ External Power Shim Gung ­ Mental Power

Eight Key Concepts

Number #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 English Courage Concentration Endurance Honesty Humility Control of Power Tension and Relaxation Speed Control Korean Yong Gi Chung Shin Tong Il In Neh Chung Jik Kyum Son Him Cho Chung Shin Chook Wang Gup

10 Articles of Faith on Mental Training

1. Be loyal to one's country. 2. Be obedient to one's parents and elders. 3. Be loving to one's Husband or Wife. 4. Be cooperative to your brothers. 5. Be respectful to elders. 6. Be faithful to your teacher. 7. Be faithful to friends. 8. Face combat only in justice and with honor. 9. Never retreat in battle. 10. Always finish what you start.

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Five Requirements on Physical Training

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Contact with natural surroundings Contact with Diverse physical conditions Suitable Nourishment Suitable Exercise Suitable Rest

Emphasis

1. Vocal exhalation 2. Focus of sight 3. Continuous balance during movement 4. Flexibility of body 5. Proper muscle tone 6. High and low speed technique 7. Exactness of technique 8. Adjustment for proper distance 9. Proper breathing for endurance 10. Conditioning of hands and feet

Five Requirements on Mental Training

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Oneness with nature Complete awareness of environment Experience Conscience Culture

Emphasis

1. Reverence for nature 2. Physical Control 3. Courtesy 4. Modesty 5. Thankfulness 6. Self-Sacrifice 7. Courage 8. Chastity 9. Strength inside and mildness outside 10. Endurance 11. Reading Ability

Techniques / Terminology

Choong Dan Soo Do ­ Open Hand Middle Block Ha Dan Soo Do ­ Open Hand Low Block Moo Roop Cha Gi ­ Knee Kick Dwi Ahneso Pahkuro Cha Gi ­ Spin inside outside kick Yuk Jin Kong Kyuk ­ Reverse Punch in a Back Stance Il Ji Kwan Soo Kong Kyuk ­ Two Finger Pierce Ha Dan Ssang Soo Mahk Kee ­ Low X Block in Low Stance Sang Dan Ssang Soo Mahk Kee ­ High X Block in Low Stance Shi Sun ­ Focus of Sight Choong Shim ­ Balance Moo Do Chung Shin ­ Martial Arts Spirit

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Five Factors of Technique

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Kyong ­ Basic Values Kin ­ Effort and Sincerity Kyong - Wisdom Kun ­ Courage and Confidence Jul ­ Keen Judgment

Anatomy

Pahl ­ Arm Chu Mok ­ Fist Da Ri ­ Legs Pahl Koop ­ Elbow Tuk ­ Chin Ko Whan ­ Groin Myung Chi ­ Solar Plexus In Choong ­ Between Mouth and Nose Jok ­ Foot Hu Ri ­ Waist Soo ­ Hand Moo Roop ­ Knee Eema ­ Forehead Dan Jun ­ Abdomen

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Korean Dynasties

Kokuryo ( 37 BC ­ 668 AD) ­ Earliest records of Soo Bahk Do and the thirteen Shaolin Monks. Silla (668 ­ 935) ­ Hwarang Warriors and Hwon Kwon Bopsa the nation became unified. Ko Ryo (935 ­ 1392) ­ Decline of the Hwarang Yi (1392 ­ 1907) ­ Moo Yei Do Bo Tong Ji, Tae Kyun Japanese Occupation (1907 ­ August 15, 1945) ­ Martial Arts Outlawed Korean Independence (1945 ­ Present)

Mission 2000

Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee identified 6 areas for further development of Soo Bahk Do® over the next years. Primary Goal of Mission 2000 - World Peace Through Improved Human Relations 1. Human Relationships [U.S]: Continue to develop the atmosphere of Respect, Courtesy, Friendship, Brotherhood, Cooperation and Goodwill within the Soo Bahk Do© membership. 2. Human Relationships [World]: The atmosphere identified in number one above should become consistent throughout the world. The U.S. should be the leading energy force in developing and distribution of this atmosphere. 3. Moo Do Organization: We are a Martial Arts (Moo Do) organization. We must continue to develop as a Martial Arts organization. 4. Administration of the Organization: The Officers and the Board of Directors should take a more active role regarding the administration of the Federation. 5. Members Organization: This is a members organization. We must all work to produce a caring and helping atmosphere for mutual benefit. 6. Financial Stability: We should take a more aggressive approach toward creating a financially stable organization.

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9th Gup Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ Low Block, Middle Punch, High Punch, High Block, Inside-Outside Block, Outside-Inside Block, Side Punch, Side Block (Hu Gul Jaseh). B). Foot Techniques ­ Front Straight Up Kick, Front Snap Kick, Side Straight Up Kick, Side Snap Kick, Roundhouse Kick.

Hyung

Ki Cho Hyung Il Bu Ki Cho Hyung E Bu

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

# 1 and # 2

Ho Sin Sool

Cross Wrist Grab: # 1 and # 2

Kyok Pa

None Required

Oral Exam

A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. Name of the art you are studying: Soo Bahk Do Name of the organization: Moo Duk Kwan Name of the founder of our style: Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee Instructor: Sa Bom Nim (4th Dan & Up, Certified Instructors) Kyo Sa Nim (2nd & 3rd Dan, Certified Instructors) Uniform: Do Bok Juniors: Hu Beh Courage: Yong Gi Seniors: Sun Beh (Nim) Studio: Do Jang

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8th Gup Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ Low Block, Middle Punch, High Punch, High Block, Inside-Outside Block, Outside-Inside Block, Side Punch, Side Block (Hu Gul Jaseh). B). Foot Techniques ­ Front Straight Up Kick, Front Snap Kick, Side Straight Up Kick, Side Snap Kick, Roundhouse Kick.

Hyung

Ki Cho Hyung E Bu Ki Cho Hyung Sam Bu

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

#1-#4

Ho Sin Sool

Cross Wrist Grab: # 1 - # 4

Kyok Pa

None Required

Oral Exam

A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. Name of the art you are studying: Soo Bahk Do Name of the organization: Moo Duk Kwan Name of the founder of our style: Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee Instructor: Sa Bom Nim (4th Dan & Up, Certified Instructors) Kyo Sa Nim (2nd & 3rd Dan, Certified Instructors) Uniform: Do Bok Juniors: Hu Beh Courage: Yong Gi Seniors: Sun Beh (Nim) Studio: Do Jang

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7th Gup Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ Soo Do Low Block, Reverse Punches (High and Middle), Hand Combinations: Low Block, Reverse Middle Punch; High Block, Reverse Middle Punch. B). Foot Techniques ­ Front Inside-Outside Snap Kick, Front Jump Kick, Roundhouse Kick, Side Snap Kick, and Kicking Combinations.

Hyung

Ki Cho Hyung Sam Bu Pyung Ahn Cho Dan

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

#3-#6

Ho Sin Sool

Same Side Wrist Grab: # 1 - # 2

Kyok Pa

Pahl Koop Kong Kyuk or Ahp Cha Nut Gi

Oral Exam

A. Name of the art you are studying: Soo Bahk Do B. Name of the founder of our style: Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee C. Instructor: Sa Bom Nim (4th Dan & Up, Certified Instructors) Kyo Sa Nim (2nd & 3rd Dan, Certified Instructors) D. Seniors: Sun Beh (Nim) E. Juniors: Hu Beh F. Studio: Do Jang G. One: Ha Na, Two: Dool, Three: Set, Four: Net, Five: Da Sot, Six: Yuh Sot, Seven: Il Gop, Eight: Yo Dull, Nine: Ah Hope, Ten: Yohl H. Concentration: Chung Shin Tong Il

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6th Gup Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ Two Fist Middle Block (Chun Gul Ssang Soo Mahk Kee), Soo Do Middle Block, Soo Do High Block, Kwan Soo Attacks. Hand Technique Combinations Incorporating Above Techniques. B). Foot Techniques ­ Front Outside-Inside Snap Kick, Back Snap Kick, Roundhouse Kick, Side Kick, and Kicking Combinations.

Hyung

Pyung Ahn Cho Dan Pyung Ahn E Dan Chil Sung E Ro Hyung

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

#5-#8

Ho Sin Sool

Same Side Wrist Grab: # 1 - # 4

Kyok Pa

Jang Kwon Kong Kyuk or Yup Podo Cha Gi

Oral Exam

A. B. C. D. E. F. Basic: Ki Cho Bow: Kyung Ret Defense: Mahk Kee Sparring: Dae Ryun Return: Ba Ro Endurance: In Neh G. Attack: Kong Kyuk H. Form: Hyung I. Begin: Si Jak J. Attention: Cha Ryut K. Meditation: Muk Nyum

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5th Gup Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ Two Fist Low and High Blocks (X Blocks), Two Fist Low and Middle Blocks in Hu Gul Jaseh, all previous Hand Techniques in Combinations. B). Foot Techniques ­ Short Back Spinning Kick (Dwi Ahneso Pahkuro), Kicking Combinations.

Hyung

Pyung Ahn Sam Dan Chil Sung E Ro Hyung

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

# 7 - # 10

Ho Sin Sool

Two on One Wrist Grab: # 1 - # 2

Kyok Pa

Kwon Do Kong Kyuk or Dwi Podo Cha Gi

Oral Exam

A. B. C. D. E. K. Basic: Ki Cho F. Form: Hyung Sparring: Dae Ryun G. Attack: Kong Kyuk Defense: Mahk Kee H. Attention: Cha Ryut Bow: Kyung Ret I. Begin: Si Jak Return: Ba Ro J. Honesty: Chung Jik Chinese Numbers: First: Il, Second: E, Third: Sam, Fourth: Sa, Fifth: O, Sixth: Yuk, Seventh: Chil, Eighth: Pahl, Ninth: Gu, Tenth: Ship L. Sample Question: Why do you bow before you enter the Do Jang?

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4th Gup Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ Soo Do Attacks, Yuk Soo Do Attacks, Yuk Jin, Hand Technique Combinations. B). Foot Techniques ­ Yup Hu Ri Gi, E Dan Dollyo Cha Gi, E Dan Yup Podo Cha Gi, Kicking Combinations.

Hyung

Pyung Ahn Sam Dan Pyung Ahn Sa Dan Chil Sung Il Ro Hyung Chil Sung E Ro Hyung

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

# 9 - # 12

Ho Sin Sool

Two on One Wrist Grab: # 1 - # 3

Kyok Pa

Soo Do Kong Kyuk or E-Dan Yup Podo Cha Gi

Oral Exam

A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. Self-Defense: Ho Sin Sool One-Step Sparring: Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun External Power: Weh Gung Spiritual (Mental) Power: Shim Gung Breaking: Kyok Pa Internal Power: Neh Gung Free Sparring: Ja Yu Dae Ryun Humility: Kyum Son Sample Questions: Explain the meaning of the symbols in the Moo Duk Kwan Flag.; How does Muk Nyum help you before training?

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3rd Gup Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ All Basic and Combinations Required. B). Foot Techniques ­ All Basic Foot Techniques, Back Spinning Kick (Long Distance), Jumping Inside/Outside, Kicking Combinations. Hand and Foot Combinations can be Required.

Hyung

Pyung Ahn O Dan Chil Sung Il Ro Hyung Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung (½)

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

# 11 - # 14

Ho Sin Sool

Two on Two Wrist Grab: # 1 - # 2

Kyok Pa

Chung Kwon Kong Kyuk or E-Dan Dollyo Cha Gi

Oral Exam

A. Terminology of Soo Bahk Do movements. B. Ten Articles of Faith on Mental Training. C. Philosophy and history of Soo Bahk Do and the Moo Duk Kwan.

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2nd Gup Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ All Basic and Combinations Required, With Emphasis on Tuel Oh (Twisting) Defenses and Offenses. B). Foot Techniques ­ Front Pushing Kick, All Single Jumping Kicks Required. Hand and Foot Combinations Required.

Hyung

Passai Chil Sung Il Ro Hyung Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

# 13 - # 16

Ho Sin Sool

Two on Two Wrist Grab: # 1 - # 4

Kyok Pa

Yuk Soo Do Kong Kyuk or Yup Hu Ri Gi

Oral Exam

A. B. C. D. Terminology of Soo Bahk Do movements. Ten Articles of Faith on Mental Training. Philosophy and history of Soo Bahk Do and the Moo Duk Kwan. Sample Questions: Courage: Yong Gi, Concentration: Chung Shin Tong Il, Endurance: In Neh, Honesty: Chung Jik, Humility: Kyum Son. Why are these "Key Concepts" of Soo Bahk Do important?

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1st Gup Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ All Basic and Combinations Required. Techniques with Hu Jin (Stepping Back) Singly and in Combinations may be Required. B). Foot Techniques ­ Front Pushing Kick, All Single Jumping Kicks Required. Hand and Foot Combinations Moving Forward and Backward can be Required.

Hyung

Du Mun (Yuk Ro Cho Dan) Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

# 15 - # 18

Ho Sin Sool

Side and Back Grab: # 1 - # 2

Kyok Pa

Kap Kwan Kong Kyuk or Dwi Hu Ri Gi

Oral Exam

A. B. C. D. E. Eight Key Concepts Terminology of Soo Bahk Do movements. Control of Breathing: Ho Hup Cho Chung Ten Articles of Faith on Mental Training. Sample Question: Do, What is its meaning?

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Cho Dan Candidate Requirements

Soo Gi

Ha Dan Mahk Kee Sang Dan Kong Kyuk Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Sang Dan Mahk Kee Ahneso Pahkuro Mahk Kee Wheng Jin Kong Kyuk Hu Gul Yup Mahk Kee Hu Gul Ha Dan Soo Do Mahk Kee Hu Gul Choong Dan Soo Do Mahk Kee Chun Gul Ssang Soo Ahneso Pahkuro Mahk Kee Ha Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Sang Dan Kong Kyuk Sang Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Pahl Koop Kong Kyuk Ahp Cha Nut Gi, Tuel Oh Sang Dan Kong Kyuk Choong Dan Soo So Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Kwan Soo Kong Kyuk Ha Dan Mahk Kee, Ahneso Pahkuro Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Sang Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Ha Dan Mahk Kee, Wheng Jin Kong Kyuk Wheng Jin Kong Kyuk, Hu Jin Hu Gul Yup Mahk Kee E Dan Ahp Cha Nut Gi, Tuel Oh Choong Dan Kong Kyuk

Jok Gi

(3x each leg, alternate, ki ahp on 3rd kick)

Closed Stance: Ahp Cha Nut Gi (back leg) Yup Podo Cha Gi (back leg) Yup Podo Cha Gi (back leg) Ahneso Pahkuro Cha Gi (front leg ­ step in front) Pahkeso Ahnuro Cha Gi (back leg) Dwi Cha Gi (back leg) Open Stance: Dollyo Cha Gi (back leg) Dwi Ahneso Pahkuro Cha Gi (back leg) Dwi Hu Ri Gi (back leg)

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Cho Dan Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ All Lower Belt Requirements can be Requested. Test of Basic Movements will be Conducted by Korean Terminology. B). Foot Techniques ­ All Lower Belt Requirements can be Requested. Test of Basic Movements will be Conducted by Korean Terminology.

Endurance

Pahl Put Ki ­ (120 punches in 30 seconds)

Hyung

Passai Nai Han Ji Cho Dan Du Mun (Yuk Ro Cho Dan) Chil Sung Il Ro Hyung Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

# 1 - # 18

Ho Sin Sool

All Wrist Grabs

Ja Yu Dae Ryun

1 on 1 Sparring

Kyok Pa

E-Dan Dwi Cha Gi or Yonsok Kyok Pa with one Soo Gi and one Jok Gi.

Oral Exam A. What is the meaning of the words Moo Duk Kwan? When was it founded? B. What is the meaning of the words Soo Bahk Do? When was the name Soo Bahk Do officially

adopted by the Kwan Jang Nim and the Moo Duk Kwan in Korea? C. What is the meaning of the words Cho Dan?

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Ee Dan Candidate Requirements

Soo Gi

Ha Dan Mahk Kee Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Ahneso Pahkuro Mahk Kee Hu Gul Yup Mahk Kee Hu Gul Choong Dan Soo Do Mahk Kee Ha Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Sang Dan Kong Kyuk Ahp Cha Nut Gi, Tuel Oh Sang Dan Kong Kyuk Ha Dan Mahk Kee, Ahneso Pahkuro Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Wheng Jin Kong Kyuk, Hu Jin Hu Gul Yup Mahk Kee Yuk Jin Kong Kyuk Dollyo Cha Gi, Cap Kwon Kong Kyuk, Tuel Oh Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Yup Podo Cha Gi, Sang Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Pahl Koop Kong Kyuk Dwi Cha Gi, Ahneso Pahkuro Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Ha Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Sang Dan Soo Do Kong Kyuk Ahp Cha Nut Gi, Ha Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Sang Dan Kong Kyuk Ahneso Pahkuro Cha Gi, Tuel Oh Sang Dan Yuk Soo Do Kong Kyuk Hwak Kuk Jang Cap Kwon Hwak Kuk Jang Kwon Do Il Bon Do Mahl Sik Il Bon Ta Ko Sik Il Bon Po Wol Seh Il Bon Yo Sik Il Bon

Jok Gi

(3x each leg, alternate, ki ahp on 3rd kick, for back leg kicks both feet must leave the floor simultaneously)

Closed Stance:

E Dan Ahneso Phakuro Cha Gi (front leg) E Dan Yup Podo Cha Gi (back leg) E Dan Dwi Cha Gi (back leg) E Dan Yup Hu Ri Gi (front leg)

Open Stance:

E Dan Ahp Cha Nut Gi (back leg) E Dan Dollyo Cha Gi (back leg) E Dan Dwi Ahneso Phakuro Cha Gi (back leg) E Dan Dwi Hu Ri Gi (back leg)

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Ee Dan Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ All Lower Belt Requirements can be Requested. Test of Basic Movements will be Conducted by Korean Terminology. B). Foot Techniques ­ All Lower Belt Requirements can be Requested. Test of Basic Movements will be Conducted by Korean Terminology.

Endurance

Front Kick with Front Leg (30 seconds, Switch Legs, 30 seconds)

Hyung

Jin Do Nai Han Ji E Dan Pyung Ahn E Dan Joong Jol (Yuk Ro E Dan) Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

# 1 - # 18

Ho Sin Sool

Cross Wrist Sleeve Grab and Same Side Sleeve Grab: # 1 - # 4 Dan Do (Knife Defense): # 1 - # 5

Ja Yu Dae Ryun

2 on 1 Sparring (Using 1st Gup members) Offensive Style, Defensive Style

Kyok Pa

Ssang Bal Ahp Cha Nut Gi or Yonsok Kyok Pa with one Soo Gi and two Jok Gi's.

Oral Exam

A. What is the motivation for the name of the Chil Sung Hyungs? B. What is the meaning of the words Neh Ga Ryu and Weh Ga Ryu? C. What is the meaning of Ryu Pa?

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Sam Dan Candidate Requirements

Soo Gi

Sang Dan Mahk Kee Tuel Oh Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Wheng Jin Kong Kyuk Hu Gul Ha Dan Soo Do Mahk Kee Chun Gul Ssang Soo Ahneso Pahkuro Mahk Kee Sang Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Pahl Koop Kong Kyuk Hu Gul Choong Dan Soo Do Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Kwan Soo Kong Kyuk Sang Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Ha Dan Mahk Kee, Wheng Jin Kong Kyuk E Dan Ahp Cha Nut Gi, Tuel Oh Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Yuk Jin Kong Kyuk, Wheng Jin Kong Kyuk Ahp Cha Nut Gi, Ha Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Sang Dan Yuk Soo Do Kong Kyuk Sam Kwon Kong Kyuk Dwi Cha Gi, Soo Do Ahneso Pahkuro Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Pahkeso Ahnuro Cha Gi, Gatten Bal Yup Podo Cha Gi, Tuel Oh Sang Dan Kong Kyuk Ha Dan Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Sang Dan Soo Do Kong Kyuk, Moo Roop Cha Gi, Tuel Oh Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Pahkeso Ahnuro Cha Gi, Choi Ha Dan Soo Do Mahk Kee, Tuel Oh Choong Dan Kong Kyuk Hwak Kuk Jang Cap Kwon Hwak Kuk Jang Kwon Do E Bon Do Mahl Sik E Bon Ta Ko Sik E Bon Po Wol Seh E Bon Yo Sik E Bon

Jok Gi

(3x each leg, alternate, ki ahp on 3rd kick)

Open Stance:

E Dan Dwi Ahneso Phakuro Cha Gi (back leg, both feet must leave the floor simultaneously) E Dan Dwi Hu Ri Gi (back leg, both feet must leave the floor simultaneously) E Dan Dwi Yup Hu Ri Gi (back leg, both feet must leave the floor simultaneously) E Dan Tuel Oh Phakeso Ahnuro Cha Gi (front leg)

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Sam Dan Candidate Requirements

Ki Cho

A). Hand Techniques ­ All Lower Belt Requirements can be Requested. Test of Basic Movements will be Conducted by Korean Terminology. B). Foot Techniques ­ All Lower Belt Requirements can be Requested. Test of Basic Movements will be Conducted by Korean Terminology.

Endurance

Alternating Jump Front Kicks (30 Seconds)

Hyung

Ro Hai Nai Han Ji Sam Dan Po Wol (Yuk Ro Sam Dan) Pyung Ahn Sa Dan Chil Sung Sa Ro Hyung

Il Soo Sik Dae Ryun

# 1 - # 18 (Random)

Ho Sin Sool

Cross Elbow Sleeve Grab and Same Side Elbow Sleeve Grab: # 1 - # 4 Bong (Stick Defense): # 1 - # 4

Ja Yu Dae Ryun

2 on 1 Sparring (Using Cho Dan members) Offensive Style, Defensive Style

Kyok Pa

Ro Hai Kyok Pa

Oral Exam

A. Count from 11 to 15 in Korean and Chinese. B. What is the meaning of Moo Sung and Yu Sung and how does this philosophy apply to you? C. What does Moo Pahl Dan Kum mean?

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Requirement Checklist

Rank

10th Gup 9th Gup 8th Gup 7th Gup 6th Gup 5th Gup

Hyung

Ki Cho Hyung Il Bu Ki Cho Hyung E Bu Ki Cho Hyung E Bu Ki Cho Hyung Sam Bu Ki Cho Hyung Sam Bu Pyung Ahn Cho Dan Pyung Ahn Cho Dan Pyung Ahn E Dan Chil Sung E Ro Hyung Pyung Ahn Sam Dan Chil Sung E Ro Hyung Pyung Ahn Sa Dan Chil Sung Il Ro Hyung Chil Sung E Ro Hyung Pyung Ahn O Dan

Check

Il Soo Sik

1-2 1-4 3-6

Check

Ho Sin Sol

Cross Wrist 1-2 Cross Wrist 1-4 Same Side 1-2

Check

Kyok Pa

None Required

Check

None Required Pahl Koop Kong Kyuk or Ahp Cha Nut Gi Jang Kwon Kong Kyuk or Yup Podo Cha Gi Kwon Do Kong Kyuk or Dwi Podo Cha Gi Soo Do Kong Kyuk or EDan Yup Podo Cha Gi

5-8

Same Side 1-4

7-10

Two on One 1-2

9-12

Two on One 1-3

4th Gup

Chil Sung Il Ro Hyung

Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung (1/2)

11-14

Two on Two 1-2

Chung Kwon Kong Kyuk or E-Dan Dollyo Cha Gi

Chil Sung Il Ro Hyung

3rd Gup 2nd Gup

Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung Passai Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung Du Mun Chil Sung Il Ro Hyung Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung

13-16

Two on Two 1-4

Yuk Soo Do Kong Kyuk or Yup Hu Ri Gi Kap Kwon Kong Kyuk or Dwi Hu Ri Gi

15-18

Side and Back 1-2

1st Gup

Du Mun Nai Han Ji Cho Dan Passai

1-18

All Wrist Grabs

E-Dan Dwi Cha Gi or Yonsok Kyok Pa with one Soo Gi and one Jok Gi

Chil Sung Sam Ro Hyung Jin Do

Cho Dan

Joong Jol Pyung Ahn E Dan Nai Han Ji E Dan Chil Sung Sa Ro Hyung Lo Hai

1-18

All Wrist Sleeve Grabs and Dan Do

Sang Bal Ahp Cha Nut Gi or Yonsok Kyok Pa with one Soo Gi and two Jok Gi

Ee Dan

Po Wol Pyung Ahn Sa Dan Nai Han Ji Sam Dan Chil Sung O Ro Hyung Yang Pyun

1-18

All Elbow Sleeve Grabs and Bong

Lo Hai Kyok Pa

Sam Dan

Pyung Ahn O Dan Sip Soo Kong Sang Koon

1-18

All of the Above

All of the Above

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Date Rank Event Location Notes

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Regional Events Attended

Date Rank Event Location Notes

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National Events Attended

Date Rank Event Location Notes

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Address List

Name Rank Gup / Dan # Address E-Mail Phone #

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Signatures

Name Rank Gup / Dan # Event / Location Signature

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Notes / Pictures

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