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Tour Courses | Training | Demonstration

1. Tour Courses

  3N4D

 
-D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 
-D2 : Full day city tour including Palace, Museum, Open market, Antique street etc...
 
-D3 : Visit WTF HQ Kukkiwon and Taekwondo training
 -D4 : Free at leisure and Transfer to Airport

  4N5D

 
-D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 -D2 : Full day city tour including Palace, Museum, Open market, Antique street etc...
 -D3 : Visit Choongju Taekkyon HQ  for Taekkyon orientation with demonstration & half day tour of            Korean folk village or Everland theme park
 
-D4 : Visit WTF HQ Kukkiwon and Taekwondo training
 
-D5 : Free at leisure and Transfer to Airport

  6N7D

 
-D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 
-D2 : Full day city tour including Palace, Museum, Open market, Antique street etc...
 -D3 : Visit Chungju Taekkyon HQ  and Taekkyon orientation with demonstration
           Enroute to Gyeongju & check-in hotel
 -D4 : Visit Golgulsa temple and Sunmudo orientation with demonstration & half day tour including            Seokgulam grotto and Bulguksa temple  
 
-D5 : Tour of downtown Gyeongju including Anapji pond, Daerungwon tomuli park, Nat'l museum etc...            Enroute to Seoul & check-in hotel
 
-D6 : Visit WTF HQ Kukkiwon and Taekwondo training
 -D7 : Free at leisure and Transfer to Airport

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 -D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 
-D2 : Visit WTF HQ Kukkiwon and Taekwondo training with tour of Taekwondo museum
           Visit Korea National University of Physical Education and Taekwondo training
 
-D3 : Half day tour of Gyongbokgung palace, The national folk museum and Biwon, secret garden
           Visit
Samsung S1 and Taekwondo training with Olympic gold medalists
 -D4 : Transfer to Buyeo city and tour of Jeonglimsaji temple site, Busosanseong fortress,
            
Nakhwaam shrine, Goransa temple, Nungsanri royal tomuli park
          
 Transfer to Gwangju city & check-in hotel
 -D5 : Transfer to Gangjin county and tour of Dasanchodang shrine, Baekryonsa temple
           
Transfer to Daegu-myon, the cradle of Goryo celadon and tour of celadon kiln and
           
Gangjin Celadon Ware Museum
           
Transfer to Gwangju city & check in hotel
 
-D6 : Transfer to Suncheon city and tour of Songgwangsa temple and Nakanupsong folk village
           
Transfer to Seoul & check-in hotel
 
-D7 : Transfer to Paju city and tour of Bangujeong pavilion, Dora observatory tower, Imjingak pavilion,
           
The 3rd infiltration tunnel
           
Transfer to Seoul and tour of Seoul tower, Dongdaemun market (Shopping) & check-in hotel
 
-D8 : Free at leisure and Transfer to Airport

  8N9D

 
-D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 
-D2 : Full day city tour including Palace, Museum, Open market, Antique street etc...
 -D3 : Visit Chungju Taekkyon HQ  and Taekkyon orientation with demonstration
          
 Enroute to Gyeongju & check-in hotel
 -D4 : Visit Golgulsa temple and Sunmudo orientation with demonstration & half day tour including            Seokgulam grotto and Bulguksa temple  
 
-D5 : Tour of downtown Gyeongju including Anapji pond, Daerungwon tomuli park, Nat'l museum etc...
           Enroute to Mt. Jiri Nat'l Park & check-in hotel
 -D6 : Hiking & training at the Nogodan peak (50min one way from parking lot)
 -D7 : Tour of Korean folk village or Everland theme park and enroute to Seoul
 -D8 : Visit WTF HQ Kukkiwon and Taekwondo training   
 
-D9 : Free at leisure and Transfer to Airport

  9N10D

 
-D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 -D2 : Full day city tour including Palace, Museum, Open market, Antique street etc...
 -D3 : Visit Chungju Taekkyon HQ  and Taekkyon orientation with demonstration
           
Enroute to Andong & check-in hotel
 -D4 : Full day tour of Andong including Hahoe folk village, Byongsanseowon confucian shrine,            Bongjeongsa temple  and enroute to Gyeongju
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D5 : Visit Golgulsa temple and Sunmudo orientation with demonstration & half day tour including            Seokgulam grotto and Bulguksa temple  
 -
D6 : Tour of downtown Gyeongju including Anapji pond, Daerungwon tomuli park, Nat'l museum etc...
           Enroute to Mt. Jiri Nat'l Park & check-in hotel
 -D7 : Hiking & training at the Nogodan peak (50min one way from parking lot)
 -D8 : Tour of Korean folk village or Everland theme park and enroute to Seoul
 -D9 : Visit WTF HQ Kukkiwon and Taekwondo training   
 
-D10 : Free at leisure and Transfer to Airport

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 -D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 
-D2 : Visit WTF HQ Kukkiwon and Taekwondo training with tour of Taekwondo museum
           Visit Korea National University of Physical Education and Taekwondo training
 
-D3 : Half day tour of Gyongbokgung palace, The national folk museum and Biwon, secret garden
           Visit
Samsung S1 and Taekwondo training with Olympic gold medalists
 -D4 : Transfer to Buyeo city and tour of Jeonglimsaji temple site, Busosanseong fortress,
            
Nakhwaam shrine, Goransa temple, Nungsanri royal tomuli park
          
 Transfer to Gwangju city & check-in hotel
 
-D5 : Transfer to Gangjin county and tour of Dasanchodang shrine, Baekryonsa temple
           
Transfer to Daegu-myon, the cradle of Goryo celadon and tour of celadon kiln and
           
Gangjin Celadon Ware Museum
           
Transfer to Gwangju city & check in hotel
 
-D6 : Transfer to Suncheon city and tour of Songgwangsa temple and Nakanupsong folk village
           
Transfer to Namwon city and tour of Chunhyangchon and Gwanghallu pavilion
           
After dinner, Pansori & Namdo music dance performance sponsored by Namwon city &
           check-in hotel
 -D7 : Transfer to Hapcheon county and tour of Haeinsa temple including The Tripitaka Koreana
           Transfer to Andong city and tour of
Byongsanseowon confucian shrine and Hahoe folk village            & check-in hotel 
 
-D8 : Transfer and tour of Bongjeongsa temple
           Transfer to Gyeongju city and tour of
Seokgulam grotto and Bulguksa temple & check-in hotel
 
-D9 : Half day Gyeongju city tour including Daerungwon tomuli park, Anapji pond, Cheomseongdae
           obserbatory
           Transfer to Seoul & check-in hotel
 
-D 10 : Transfer to Paju city and tour of Bangujeong pavilion, Dora observatory tower, Imjingak pavilion,
              
The 3rd infiltration tunnel
              
Transfer to Seoul and tour of Seoul tower, Dongdaemun market (Shopping) & check-in hotel
 
-D 11 : Free at leisure and Transfer to Airport

  11N12D

 
-D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 
-D2 : Full day city tour including Palace, Museum, Open market, Antique street etc...
 
-D3 : Visit Chungju Taekkyon HQ  and Taekkyon orientation with demonstration
           Enroute to Andong & check-in hotel
 -D4 : Full day tour of Andong including Hahoe folk village, Byongsanseowon confucial shrine,            Bongjeongsa temple and enroute to Gyeongju
 -D5 : Visit Golgulsa temple and Sunmudo orientation with demonstration & half day tour including            Seokgulam grotto and Bulguksa temple  
 
-D6 : Tour of downtown Gyeongju including Anapji pond, Daerungwon tomuli park, Nat'l museum etc...
           
Enroute to Mt. Jiri Nat'l Park & check-in hotel
 -D7 : Hiking & training at the Nogodan peak (50min one way from parking lot)
 -D8 : Tour of Korean folk village or Everland theme park and enroute to Seoul
 -D9 : Visit WTF HQ Kukkiwon and Taekwondo training   
 
-D10 : Half day Taekwon training and city tour
 
-D11 : Half day Taekwon training and suburban tour
 -D12 : Free at leisure and Transfer to Airport 

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 -D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 
-D2 : Visit WTF HQ Kukkiwon and Taekwondo training with tour of Taekwondo museum
           Visit Korea National University of Physical Education and Taekwondo training
 
-D3 : Half day tour of Gyongbokgung palace, The national folk museum and Biwon, secret garden
           Visit
Samsung S1 and Taekwondo training with Olympic gold medalists
 -D4 : Transfer to Buyeo city and tour of Jeonglimsaji temple site, Busosanseong fortress,
            
Nakhwaam shrine, Goransa temple, Nungsanri royal tomuli park
          
 Transfer to Gwangju city & check-in hotel
 
-D5 : Transfer to Gangjin county and tour of Dasanchodang shrine, Baekryonsa temple
           
Transfer to Daegu-myon, the cradle of Goryo celadon and tour of celadon kiln and
           
Gangjin Celadon Ware Museum
           
Transfer to Gwangju city & check in hotel
 
-D6 : Transfer to Suncheon city and tour of Songgwangsa temple and Nakanupsong folk village
           
Transfer to Namwon city and tour of Chunhyangchon and Gwanghallu pavilion
 
-D7 : Transfer to Jeonju city and tour of Paper museum and experience making Hanji, traditional paper
           Transfer to Namwon city via
Mt. Jiri National Park and stop at Jeongryongchi peak, Baemsagol
            valley
          
 After dinner, Pansori & Namdo music dance performance sponsored by Namwon city &
           check-in hotel 
 
-D8 : Transfer to Hapcheon county and tour of Haeinsa temple including The Tripitaka Koreana
           Transfer to Andong city and tour of
Byongsanseowon confucian shrine and Hahoe folk village            & check-in hotel 
 
-D9 : Transfer and tour of  Bongjeongsa temple
           
Transfer to Jirye art village and lunch
           Transfer to Angang county and tour of
Oksanseowon confucian shrine and Yangdong folk village
           
Transfer to Gyeongju city and check-in hotel
 -D10 : Full day Gyeongju city tour including Seokgulam grotto, Bulguksa temple, Daerungwon tomuli
              park, Anapji pond and Cheomseongdae obserbatory
 
-D11 : After breakfast, tour of Gyeongju National museum and transfer to Yongin city
             Arrival and tour of
Korean folk village
           
  Transfer to Seoul and tour of Seoul tower, Dongdaemun market (Shopping) & check-in hotel
 
-D12 : Transfer to Paju city and tour of Bangujeong pavilion, Dora observatory tower, Imjingak pavilion,
              
The 3rd infiltration tunnel
              
Transfer to Seoul & check-in hotel
 
-D13 : Free at leisure and Transfer to Airport 

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  -D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 
-D2 : Visit WTF HQ Kukkiwon and Taekwondo training with tour of Taekwondo museum
           Visit Korea National University of Physical Education and Taekwondo training
 
-D3 : Half day tour of Gyongbokgung palace, The national folk museum and Biwon, secret garden
           Visit
Samsung S1 and Taekwondo training with Olympic gold medalists
 -D4 : Transfer to Buyeo city and tour of Jeonglimsaji temple site, Busosanseong fortress,
            
Nakhwaam shrine, Goransa temple, Nungsanri royal tomuli park
          
 Transfer to Gwangju city & check-in hotel
 
-D5 : Transfer to Gangjin county and tour of Dasanchodang shrine, Baekryonsa temple
           
Transfer to Daegu-myon, the cradle of Goryo celadon and tour of celadon kiln and
           
Gangjin Celadon Ware Museum
           
Transfer to Gwangju city & check in hotel
 
-D6 : Transfer to Suncheon city and tour of Songgwangsa temple and Nakanupsong folk village
           
Transfer to Namwon city and tour of Chunhyangchon and Gwanghallu pavilion
 
-D7 : Transfer to Jeonju city and tour of Paper museum and experience making Hanji, traditional paper
           Transfer to Namwon city via
Mt. Jiri national Park and stop at Jeongryongchi peak, Baemsagol
            valley
          
 After dinner, Pansori & Namdo music dance performance sponsored by Namwon city &
           check-in hotel 
 
-D8 : Transfer to Hapcheon county and tour of Haeinsa temple including The Tripitaka Koreana
           Transfer to Andong city and tour of
Byongsanseowon confucian shrine and Hahoe folk village            & check-in hotel 
 
-D9 : Transfer and tour of  Bongjeongsa temple
           
Transfer to Jirye art village and lunch
           Transfer to Angang county and tour of
Oksanseowon confucian shrine and Yangdong folk village
           
Transfer to Gyeongju city and check-in hotel
 -D10 : Full day Gyeongju city tour including Seokgulam grotto, Bulguksa temple, Daerungwon tomuli
              park, Anapji pond and Cheomseongdae obserbatory
 
-D11 : After breakfast, tour of Gyeongju National museum and transfer to Yongin city
             Arrival and tour of
Korean folk village
           
  Transfer to Seoul and tour of Seoul tower, Dongdaemun market (Shopping) & check-in hotel
 
-D12 : Full day Seoul city tour including Gyongbokgung palace, The national folk museum
             
Cheongwadae, Changdeokgung palace, Biwon secret garden and Namdaemun market
            
 & check-in hotel
 -D13 : Transfer to Paju city and tour of Bangujeong pavilion, Dora observatory tower, Imjingak pavilion,
             
The 3rd infiltration tunnel
             
Transfer to Seoul & check-in hotel
 
-D14 : Free at leisure and Transfer to Airport 

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2. Training

  Basic skill : Step, Kick, Hit, Defense...

  Poomsae :

Taekwondo Poomsae is meant by a "Form" in which a self-practice is devised to be   performed in following the lines of movement in a systematic and consecutive way against an   imaginary opponent or multi-opponents by using various Taekwondo technics of hand and foot.

  Through practising Taekwondo Poomsae, we can apply the technics of hand and foot and the   changes of stance learned from the basic technics adaptably to an actual fighting. It also provides us   with the effection improving flexibility of body and being skilled in strength control, balance control,   breath control, eye control and concentration of spirit, as well as cultivating martial art spirit through its   mental discipline.

  A taekwondo 'Poomsae' comprises various stance, each with its peculiar nature but each blending   into the other. A 'poomsae' consists of about two dozen stances interconnected. Blocking, punching,   striking, thrusting and kicking are among Taekwondo Poomsae, and these are properly carried out   with hands, fists and feet to the vital sport of the body or target at which they aimed, and the stances   accordingly chnge forward stance, back stance, cat stance and horseriding stance, etc. as the   situation requires. Most typical 'Poomsae' are
Palgwe I-VIII, Taeguk I-VIII, Goryo, Gumgang, Taebaek,   Pyongwon, Shipjin, Jitae, Chunkwon, Hansu and Ilyeo,

TAEGUK : This represents the most profound oriental philosophy from which philosophical views on the world, cosmos and life are derived. The Taeguk Poomsae consists of different movements in sequence. The vital points of this Poomsae are to make exact the speed of breath and action and move the body weight properly while executing speedy actions. Thus we can fully realize the main thought of Taeguk.

PALGWE : Supplementary Training.

The thought of Plagwe, another concept of the ancient Oriental Philosophy, implies symbolically all the phenomena of man and universe. 


GORYO : Goryo is the name of an ancient dynasty in the Korean peninsula. The English name of "Korea" originated from the name of this "Goryo" dynasty with which was famed for the valiant spirit of its people which tey defeated the Mongolian aggression. Goryo Poomsae is based on spirit of / sonbae(Sonbi) which was inherited from Goruryo to Balhae and to Koryo. Songae means strong martial art and honest spirit of scholars.


GUMGANG : The word "Gumgang" has originally the meaning of being too strong to be broken. Also in Buddhism, what can break off every agony of mind with combination of wisdom and virtue is called "Gumgang". The Poomsae "Gumgang"is named after Mount Gumgang, symbol of solidity. "Gumgan"is also anlogous of "diamond". 



TAEBAEK : "Taebaek" is the ancient name of Mount Baekdu where the legendary Dangun founded a nation for the first time in the Korean peninsula 4,329 years ago on Dangun calendar (1996 A.D.=4329 Dangun year). Poomsae "Taebaek" takes its principles of movement from the word "Taebaek" which means being looked up to as sacred.

 

PYONGWON : "Pyongwon" is meant by 'vast plain'. The plain is a source of sustaining the human life and, on the other hand, a great open plain stretching out endlessly gives us a feeling of majesty that is different from what we feel with a mountain or the sea. An application of the providence of the plain which is blessed with abundance and grace as well as boundless vastness into the practice of Taekwondo is Poomsae Pyongwon (plain).

SHIPJIN : Shipjin has the meaning of 'decimal system' which stands for a symbolical figure of 10 meaning endless development and growth in a systematic order. In Poomsae shipjin, stability is sought in every change of movements.

 

JITAE : According to the oriental belief, all living things come from and return to the earth(Jitae is derived from the meaning of the earth). The earth is indeed the origin and terminal of life. Living things as well as all the natural phenomena of the earth Poomsae "Jitae" is the movement which supplies these features of the earth.

 

CHUNKWON : Chunkown" signifies the sky. From ancient times the orientals have always believed and worshipped the sky as ruler of the universe and human beings. The infinitely vast sky may be a mysterious and profound world of imagination in the eyes of finite human beings. Poomsae Chunkwon is composed of the motions which are full of piery and vitality.

HANSU : Poomsae "Hansu" derived from the word 'water' is typical with its fluidity and adaptability as manifested in the nature of water.

ILYEO : "Ilyeo" signifies oneness.

In buddhism the state of spiritual cultivation is said to be "Ilyeo"(oneness), in which body and mind, I(subject) and you(object), spirit and substance are unified into oneness. The ultimate ideal of Taekwondo lies in this state of Ilyeo. The final goal Taekwondo pursues is indeed a discipline in which we concentrate attention pursues is indeed a discipline in which we concentrate attention on every movement, shaking off all worldly thoughts and obsessions.


Kyorugi :

      

Kyorugi is an integral whole of Taekwondo. It is an wholistic physical activity that utilizes the muscles and the joints of the entire body. In general, Kyorugi is a combat activity in which two competitors stand facing each other and compete with their offensive and/or defensive techniques.

There are two types in Kyorugi : Mach'wo Kyorugi and chary Kyorugi.
Mach'wo Kyorugi is arranged sparring that is performed in a prearranged manner utilizing the basic Taekwondo skills and applied techniques of the poomsae. Mach'wo Kyorugi helps the practitioners enhance mental focus, distance control, sense of the target, timing and accuracy. There are three types of Mach'wo kyorugi : Sebon Kyorugi, Tubon Kyorugi, and Hanbon Kyorugi.

Chayu Kyorugi is a free sparring, which requires absolute strictness in enforcing the safety rules.
There are two types of Chayu Kyorugi : Yonsup Kyorugi and shihap Kyorugi.

The most important factors in Chayu Kyorugi are agility, power, conditioning, judgement, courage, strategy, psychological elements and techniques.

Shipap Kyorugi is the limelight that enabled Taekwondo to be accepted as an official 2000 year Summer Olympic Games. In order to ensure the safety of the competitors, it is mandatory for competitors to wear head gear, trunk protector, forearm guard, shin guard, groin guard and breast guard. For fair judgement, an electronic score board and simultaneous scoring system are used.

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3. Demonstration

Kyokpa :



Kyokpa is one of methods that is used to measure the power and speed of the practitioner vy applying a variety of taekwondo skills to boards, bricks or any chosen material with application of physical force and mental concentration.

Kyokpa is one of the most mystical aspects of the Taekwondo training experience. The bodily parts that are mostly used in Kyonkpa are the fist, knife-hand, ball of the foot, and side blade of the foot.

There are many techniques available such as single technique, multiple techniques, standing techniques, jumping techniques, aerospinning techniques, and multiple aerial techniques.

The most critical components in Kyokpa execution are technique, power, flexibility, speed, focus, and agility. Kyokpa is one of the ultimate experiences of the art. It provides a strong motivation for the practitioners and spectators to further the understanding and practice the art of Taekwondo.

Hosinsul (Self Defence) :

People are easily inclined to believe the fact that Taekwondo is exclusively made up of techniques using only the legs. This very thought is incorrect, however, since Taekwondo gained popularity as a sport Taekwondo has developed into a strong sports neglecting the more emotional side and the part of Taekwondo and continues to practice and develop the art of self defence and it is also a part of the demonstration. Self defense is, when facing the enemy or when put in a disadvantageous situation, the skill to control the enemy and the skillful use of techniques to protect oneself.

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Empty Hand Self Defence :
In this setting, where good meets evil, enemies are facing each other displaying a variety of exciting techniques enabling the audiences to become one with the performers. The demonstration is divided into one on self defense and self defense against 2 or more attackers

 

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Comical Self Defence :
The contents of this display are to show a practical and realistic application of Taekwondo movements and to show their destruction power.
The show features some female Taekwondo practitioners who are forced to take action in order to protect themselves.



hosinsul3.gifSelf Defence Against Weapons : This method of self defense has two purposes. 1) To be able to defend yourself in a situation when the opponent uses a weapon. 2) To teach you how to use personal effects as weapons for self defense.
Self defense using a belt (a dobog belt or a strap like thing is used to pacify the enemy)
Self defense using an umbrella or a cane (pacifying the enemy with a cane or umbrella)
Self defense using a newspaper or a cane (a newspaper or a short stick is used for self defense)

Kyorugi

Taekwon Aerobic

Poomsae

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