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Tour Courses | Training | Demonstration

1. Tour Courses

  6N7D

 
-D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 
-D2 : Full day city tour including Palace, Museum, Open market, Taekkyon supply shopping
 -D3 : Visit Chungju Taekkyon HQ and orientation with demonstration
 
-D4 : Morning training and half day Mt. Wolak Nat'l Park Mungyongsaejae hiking
 -D5 : Morning training and enroute to Seoul
 -D6 : Full day free at leisure and farewell party
 
-D7 : Free at leisure and transfer to airport

13N14D

 
-D1 : Arrival and Transfer to Hotel
 
-D2 : Full day city tour including Palace, Museum, Open market, Taekkyon supply shopping
 
-D3 : Visit Chungju Taekkyon HQ and orientation with demonstration  
 
-D4 : Morning training and half day city or suburban culture tours  
 -D5 : Morning training and half day city or suburban culture tours
 -D6 :
Morning training and half day city or suburban culture tours
 -D7 :
Morning training and half day city or suburban culture tours
 -D8 :
Morning training and half day city or suburban culture tours
 -D9 :
Morning training and half day city or suburban culture tours
 
-D10 : Sparring and competition
 
-D11 : Final training and evaluation
 -D12 : Tour to the Liberation memorial hall, Yongin folk village or Everland themepark and enroute
             to Seoul
 -D13 : Full day free at leisure
 -D14 : Free at leisure and transfer to airport

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2. Training

 

Techniques and Movements

Taekkyon is an art form that looks like a dance, but has much more power and agility. Its name was
derived from the word for "kick". The Kyollyon was a folk competition held in local villages, where the
people were able to join and match skills. Kyollyon was developed during the Joseon Dynasty, by
Song Deok-Gi. Taekkyon has techniques that can kill an opponent in a single move and Song Deok-Gi
made it policy not to use those techniques.

 Pum-bap-gi : This is the basic stepping motion, where the feet are moved in a triangle motion (from
                           the Chinese character "Pum"). This follows rythym and pattern, but changes by
                           situation. The actual movement is done by taking one step forward, shifting weight on
                           to the other leg and continue, back and forth. This can be done on the right or the
                           left side, and has many variations.

 Hwal-gye-jit : This means, waving both arms. There are two intentions for this. The first is to prepare
                           for the attack and the second to enhance the energy of the upper body. There are
                           also many variations.
Othundulgi, cross wave. Gawijil, scissor like motion. Matdulgi,
                           simultaneous wave.
Dupal-Heundulgi, shaking both arms. Dolligi, spinning. These
                           are but a few of the aspects of Hwal-gye-jit.

Basic Leg and Feet Motion

 I-dan-chuk : Means kicking opponent's neck in pushing manner. When done consecutively, called
                          Bibigi. This kick is done with the center of the foot.

 Dot-geol-i : Using palm to attack the shoulder in a pushing manner. Then, lifting right leg, hook and
                       pull at opponents joint (ankle or knee). This is done while in Pum-bap-ki position on the
                       left side. 

 Nak-si-geol-i : Slide leg between the opponents, tug abruptly at joint using your heel.

 Kkak-um-da-ri : Lift leg with foot joint raised. Use leg to smoothly wipe opponent.

 Pal-deung-geol-i : Curve toes inward, block opponent's foot with yours.

 An-jjang-geol-i : Hook opponent's heel with top of your foot, pull it towards you, advacing forward.

 An-ul-gol-i : Strike opponent's inner foot-joint with sole of your foot, pushing him.
                         This drops him to the ground.

Kicks 

 Jae-kyo-cha-gi : Bending knee completely, lift top of foot into a kick at face level.

 Hu-ryo-cha-gi : Bending knee completely, lift and kick diagonally. Kick outward to inward along your
                               shoulder level and smack!

 Jae-cha-gi (or Gyok-cha-gi) : Bend knee, turn waist. KIck at opponent side. Kick using top of foot,
                                                         inward to outward. Can also aim for the thighs.

Hand Techniques

 Kal-jaep-i : Means 'Man holding the yoke' (from the word Kaljabi). Widen thumb and fingers,
                       strike neck.

 Kal-lo-mil-gi : Hand faces sideways, stick neck. Follow through by pushing, putting your weight into
                            it. Attention and caution. This technique can inflict severe damage.

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3. Demonstration

  

 

 

Pum-Bap-Gi : Bit-bap-gi, Gil-gye-bap-gi, Nul-reo-bap-gi, Je-pum-bap-gi

 

 

 

 

Eol-Reo-Mae-Gi-Gi :
    
An-jjagn-geol-i Hoe-mok-chi-gi, Deol-mi-Jaep-i
      
An-jjagn-geol-i Deot-geol-i, Deol-mi-geol-i
      
An-jjagn-geol-i Dwi-hoe-mok-chi-gi, Bit-jang-ji-ru-gi
      
Bat-jang-chi-gi Maem-dol-ri-gi O-gum-bap-gi
      
Bat-jang-chi-gi Bat-nak-geol-i, Deol-mi-geol-i
      
Bat-jang-chi-gi Eo-bok-chi-gi, Bit-jang-ji-ru-gi
      
Hoe-mok-chi-gi An-nak-geol-i, Deol-mi-geol-i
      
Hoe-mok-chi-gi Kal-jaep-i, An-nak-geol-i
      
Hoe-mok-chi-gi Dwi-hoe-mok-chi-gi, Deol-mi-jaep-i

  Mat-Dae-Geol-I

  Ta-Bop

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