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Taegeuk Four – Sar Jang

 

The symbol for Taegeuk four, ‘jin’ signifies thunder, which represents great power and dignity.  Thunder and lightning strike fear into people; but thunder also creates energy.  Correspondingly, the principle of this poomsae is to confront danger with calmness and courage in the form of powerful and focused movements.

 

 

Taegeuk Four Depiction

Taegeuk 4

Taegeuk 4

 

 

 

 
Taegeuk Four Techniques

Order

Stance

Technique(s)

Korean

1

Back

Knifehand assisting block Sonnal momtong makki

2

Front

Assisting spearhand Pyonsonkkeut seotzireugi

3

Back

Knifehand assisting block Sonnal momtong makki

4

Front

Assisting spearhand Pyonsonkkeut seotzireugi

5

Front

Swallow neck strike Jebi-poom mok-chigi

6

Front

Front kick + body punch Ap-chagi + momtong baro-jireugi

7

Back

Side kick + side kick + knifehand assisting block Yop-chagi + yop-chagi + sonnal momtong makki

8

Back

Outer block Momtong bakkat-makki

9

Back

Front kick + inner body block Ap-chagi + momtong an-makki

10

Back

Outer block Momtong bakkat-makki

11

Back

Front kick + inner body block Ap-chagi + momtong an-makki

12

Front

Swallow neck strike Jebi-poom mok-chigi

13

Front

Front kick + forward facing backfist Ap-chagi + deungjumok olgul-ap-chigi

14

Short

Body block + body punch Momtong makki + momtong baro-jireugi

15

Short

Body block + body punch Momtong makki + momtong baro-jireugi

16

Front

Body block + double punch Momtong makki + dubeon-jireugi

17

Front

Body block + double punch “kihap” Momtong makki + dubeon-jireugi

18

Parallel

Left foot moves Kibon jumbi-seogi
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