Ge-Baek Hosin Sool

Taekwon-Do ITF School

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Čchondži tul 천지틀 Chon-ji pattern

List of patterns

Number of movements:19
Number of attacs:11
Number of hand attacs:11
Number of foot attacs:0
Number of blocks:8
Number of hand blocks:8
Number of foot blocks:0
Number of ready stances:0
Diagram:

New techniques

1.
niundža so an pchalmok kaunde jop makki 
niunja so an palmok kaunde yop makgi
ㄴ자서안팔목가운데옆막기 
L stance while executing a middle side block with the inner forearm 

List of techniques

Ready posture: naranhi čunbi sogi narani junbi sogi 나란히준비서기 parallel ready stance

1.
konnun so pchalmok nadžunde makki 
gunnun so palmok najunde makgi
걷는서팔목낮은데막기 
walking stance while executing a low block with the forearm 
2.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
3.
konnun so pchalmok nadžunde makki 
gunnun so palmok najunde makgi
걷는서팔목낮은데막기 
walking stance while executing a low block with the forearm 
4.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
5.
konnun so pchalmok nadžunde makki 
gunnun so palmok najunde makgi
걷는서팔목낮은데막기 
walking stance while executing a low block with the forearm 
6.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
7.
konnun so pchalmok nadžunde makki 
gunnun so palmok najunde makgi
걷는서팔목낮은데막기 
walking stance while executing a low block with the forearm 
8.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
9.
niundža so an pchalmok kaunde jop makki 
niunja so an palmok kaunde yop makgi
ㄴ자서안팔목가운데옆막기 
L stance while executing a middle side block with the inner forearm 
10.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
11.
niundža so an pchalmok kaunde jop makki 
niunja so an palmok kaunde yop makgi
ㄴ자서안팔목가운데옆막기 
L stance while executing a middle side block with the inner forearm 
12.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
13.
niundža so an pchalmok kaunde jop makki 
niunja so an palmok kaunde yop makgi
ㄴ자서안팔목가운데옆막기 
L stance while executing a middle side block with the inner forearm 
14.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
15.
niundža so an pchalmok kaunde jop makki 
niunja so an palmok kaunde yop makgi
ㄴ자서안팔목가운데옆막기 
L stance while executing a middle side block with the inner forearm 
16.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
17.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
18.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
19.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 

Ready posture: naranhi čunbi sogi narani junbi sogi 나란히준비서기 parallel ready stance

Interpretation

Chon-ji means literally "the Heaven the Earth". It is, in the Orient, interpreted as the creation of the world or the beginning of human history, therefore, it is the initial pattern played by the beginner. This pattern consists of two similar parts; one to represent the Heaven and the other the Earth.

Chon-ji

The diagram of Chon-ji is a cross that points almost evenly in all four directions, respectively to all five, because in Asia the "center" is one of the directions. It symbolizes in the east the widely used theory of the five elements, which can be found in virtually every philosophical direction in the Orient. There are 5 basic elements in this theory that make up the world - water, fire, wood, metal, earth - each element is assigned to a direction - north, south, east, west, center, and each element binds to other things (organs, seasons, planets, ...) depending on the discipline in which this theory is used (Chinese medicine, taichi, ...). In Korea, each direction is associated with a particular color and animal representing protective gods (black turtle, red phoenix, blue dragon, white tiger, golden dragon).

In Chonji we begin in the middle of the diagram because the center is connected to the earth, whose creation symbolizes the pattern.

Pattern is practised by the 9. Gup holder and above.