Chang-Hon Patterns

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Chang-Hon Patterns

Patterns, also known as Tul in Korean, are an important part the Taekwondo syllabus. By practicing patterns of movements repeatedly students hone their fundamental techniques and stances, with more complex skills introduced incrementally in increasingly complex patterns as students progress through the grades.

There are 24 patterns in the Chang-Hon syllabus, symbolic of the 24 hours in a day. All of the Chang-Hon patterns start and end at the same location, ensuring that the practitioners’ stances are the correct length, width, and in the proper direction.

Kup Grade (Colour Belt) Patterns

  • 10th kup – Four Direction Punch and Block exercises
  • 9th kup – Chon-Ji (19 movements)
  • 8th kup – Dan-Gun (21 movements)
  • 7th kup – Do-San (24 movements)
  • 6th kup – Won-Hyo (28 momements)
  • 5th kup – Yul-Gok (38 momements)
  • 4th kup – Joong-Gun (32 movements)
  • 3rd kup – Toi-Gye (37 momements)
  • 2nd kup – Hwa-Rang (29 movements)

Dan Grade (Black Belt) Patterns

  • 1st dan – Kwang-Gae (39 movements)
  • 1st dan – Po-Eun (36 movements)
  • 1st dan – Ge-Baek (44 movements)
  • 2nd dan – Eui-Am (45 movements)
  • 2nd dan – Choong-Jang (52 movements)
  • 2nd dan – Juche (45  movements)
  • 3rd dan – Sam-Il (33 movements)
  • 3rd dan – Yoo-Sin (68 movements)
  • 3rd dan – Choi-Yong (46 movements
  • 4th dan – Yon-Gae (49 movements)
  • 4th dan – Ul-Ji (42 movements)
  • 4th dan – Moon-Moo (61 movements)
  • 5th dan – So-San (72 movements)
  • 5th dan – Se-Jong (24 movements)
  • 6th dan – Tong-Il (56 movements)
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