Ge-Baek Hosin Sool

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Sedžong tul 세종틀 Se-jong pattern

List of patterns

Number of movements:24
Number of attacs:11
Number of hand attacs:9
Number of foot attacs:2
Number of blocks:11
Number of hand blocks:11
Number of foot blocks:0
Number of ready stances:2
Diagram:

New techniques

1.
kodžong so pchalmok nopchunde tebi makki 
gojung so palmok nopunde daebi makgi
고정서팔목높은데대비막기 
fixed stance while executing a high guarding block with the forearm 
2.
kodžong so jop pchalgup tulkchi 
gojung so yop palkup tulgi
고정서때팔굽뚫기 
fixed stance while executing a thrust with the side elbow 
3.
konnun so sonbadak paro nullo makki 
gunnun so sonbadak baro noollo makgi
걷는서손바닥바로눌러막기 
walking stance while executing a pressing block with the palm 
4.
niundža so sonkchal nopchunde tebi makki 
niunja so sonkal nopunde daebi makgi
ㄴ자서손칼데옆때대비막기 
L stance while executing a high guarding block with a knife-hand 
5.
sason so sang sonbadak nullo makki 
sasun so sang sonbadak noollo makgi
사선서쌍손바닥눌러막기 
diagonal stance while executing a pressing block with a twin palm 
6.
vebal so pakat pchalmok nopchunde jop makki pchalmok nadžunde pande jop makki 
waebal so bakat palmok nopunde yop makgi palmok najunde bandae yop makgi
외발서바깥팔목높은데옆막기팔목낮은데반대옆막기 
one-leg stance while executing a high side block with the outer forearm and low reverse side block with the forearm 
7.
vebal so tung čumok jobap terigi 
waebal so dung joomuk yobap taerigi
외발서등주먹옆앞때리기 
one-leg stance while executing a side front strike with the back forearm 

List of techniques

Ready posture: moa čunbi sogi B moa junbi sogi B 모아준비서기 close ready stance B

1.
konnun so pchalmok nadžunde makki 
gunnun so palmok najunde makgi
걷는서팔목낮은데막기 
walking stance while executing a low block with the forearm 
2.
niundža so sang pchalmok makki 
niunja so sang palmok makgi
ㄴ자서쌍팔목막기 
L stance while executing a twin foream block 
3.
kaunde jopčcha čirugi 
kaunde yopcha jirugi
가운데옆차지르기 
a middle side piercing kick 
4.
konnun so čchukchjo makki 
gunnun so chukyo makgi
걷는서추켜막기 
walking stance while executing a rising block 
5.
annun so sonkchal jop terigi 
annun so sonkal yop taerigi
앉는서손칼옆때리기 
sitting stance while executing a middle outward strike 
6.
moa čunbi sogi B 
moa junbi sogi B
모아준비서기 
close ready stance B  
7.
tvimjo kjočcha so tung čumok nopchunde jop terigi 
twimyo kyocha so dung joomuk nopunde yop taerigi
뛰며겨차서등주먹높은데옆때리기 
jump forming X stance while executing a high side strike with the back fist 
8.
konnun so nopchunde ap čirugi 
gunnun so nopunde ap jirugi
걷는서높은데앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a high punch 
9.
kodžong so pchalmok nopchunde tebi makki 
gojung so palmok nopunde daebi makgi
고정서팔목높은데대비막기 
fixed stance while executing a high guarding block with the forearm 
10.
konnun so son sonkut tulkchi 
gunnun so sun sonkut tulgi
걷는서선손끝뚫기 
walking stance while executing a middle thrust with the straight fingertip 
11.
konnun so tung čumok nopchunde jop terigi 
gunnun so dung joomuk nopunde yop taerigi
걷는서등주먹높은데옆때리기 
walking stance while executing a high side strike with the back fist 
12.
annun so sonbadak turo makki 
annun so sonbadak duro makgi
앉는서손바닥들어막기 
sitting stance while executing a scooping block with a palm 
13.
kaunde tolljo čchagi 
kaunde dollyo chagi
가운데돌려차기 
a middle turning kick 
14.
tvimjo kjočcha so tu pchalmok nopchunde makki 
twimyo kyocha so doo palmok nopunde makgi
뛰며겨차서두팔목높은데막기 
jump forming X stance while executing a high block with the double forearm 
15.
annun sogi
15. nurin tongdžak 
annun sogi
15. nurin tongjak
앉는서기
15. 느린 동작 
sitting stance
15. slow motion 
16.
annun so tung čumok ap terigi 
annun so dung joomuk ap taerigi
앉는서등주먹앞때리기 
sitting stance while executing a front strike with the back fist  
17.
ibo omgjo tidimjo nagagi sason so sang sonbadak nullo makki 
ibo omgyo didimyo nagagi sasun so sang sonbadak noollo makgi
2보옮겨디디며나가기사선서쌍손바닥눌러막기 
double stepping forward forming diagonal stance while executing a pressing block with a twin palm 
18.
konnun so tu pandalson kaunde makki 
gunnun so doo bandalson kaunde makgi
걷는서두반달손가운데막기 
walking stance while executing a middle double arc-hand block 
19.
vebal so pakat pchalmok nopchunde jop makki pchalmok nadžunde pande jop makki 
waebal so bakat palmok nopunde yop makgi palmok najunde bandae yop makgi
외발서바깥팔목높은데옆막기팔목낮은데반대옆막기 
one-leg stance while executing a high side block with the outer forearm and low reverse side block with the forearm 
20.
konnun so sonbadak paro nullo makki
20. nurin tongdžak 
gunnun so sonbadak baro noollo makgi
20. nurin tongjak
걷는서손바닥바로눌러막기
20. 느린 동작 
walking stance while executing a pressing block with the palm
20. slow motion 
21.
vebal so tung čumok jobap terigi 
waebal so dung joomuk yobap taerigi
외발서등주먹옆앞때리기 
one-leg stance while executing a side front strike with the back forearm 
22.
kodžong so jop pchalgup tulkchi 
gojung so yop palkup tulgi
고정서때팔굽뚫기 
fixed stance while executing a thrust with the side elbow 
23.
niundža so sonkchal nopchunde tebi makki 
niunja so sonkal nopunde daebi makgi
ㄴ자서손칼데옆때대비막기 
L stance while executing a high guarding block with a knife-hand 
24.
niundža so paro čirugi 
niunja so baro jirugi
ㄴ자서바로앞지르기 
L stance while executing a middle punch 

Ready posture: moa čunbi sogi B moa junbi sogi B 모아준비서기 close ready stance B

Interpretation

Se-jong is named after the greatest Korean king, Se-jong, who invented the Korean alphabet in 1443, and was also a noted meteorologist. The diagram represents the king, while the 24 movements refer to the 24 letters of the Korean alphabet.

Se-jong

Sejong the Great (May 7, 1450 - April 8, 1450) was the fourth king of the Joseon dynasty. He ascended the throne in 1418. As a prince he excelled in various studies, and therefore King Taejong favored him over his two older sons. His brother Yangnyeong preferred to hunt and engage in other leisure activities, so Taejong removed him as heir in 1418. The other brother, Hyoryeong, became a monk.

Sajong appointed people from all sorts of social classes to the government and to civil servants, a revolutionary step for his time. He governed neo-Confucianism in his governance and encouraged the people to also follow Confucius´ teachings. As a result, neo-Confucianism became the social norm of Korea at that time.

In foreign policy, he concluded several agreements with both China and Japan, which increased trade.

He was effective in military planning. He created military regulations to strengthen the security of the kingdom, supported the development of Korean military technology, tested various types of guns and fire arrows, as well as the use of gunpowder. In May 1419, King Sejong (under the direction of his father) went to the island of Tsushima to remove the Japanese pirates who operated there, which was done in September. In the north, expanded the territory of today´s Manchuria.

Sajong is also credited with great merit in science. For farmers, he wrote a handbook containing information on different cultivation techniques in different regions. He noticed the intelligent Yang Yeong Sil, who came from the lower social class and gave him government status and funding (despite protests by officials who said such a person could not stand among the nobles). Yang created significant designs for water and sundials, rain gauges and armillary balls. Sejong astronomers also created a calendar with Seoul as the prime meridian (until then, a Chinese dependent on the location of the Chinese capital was used).

Sajong also dealt with the field of humanism. In 1426, he introduced 100 days of maternity leave for women, to which in 1434 he also added a month of paternity leave. In 1430 he was going to carry out tax reforms. Before their introduction, he conducted a nationwide public opinion survey, which involved more than 170,000 people. Approximately 57% were in favor of approving the proposed reform. In the agricultural reforms he introduced a tax on farmers, which was dependent on the size of the crop. Farmers could therefore take better care of their crops and less of tax quotas.

King Sejong greatly influenced Korean history by creating Hangul - a phonetic writing system for the Korean language. Up to this point, people have written using Chinese characters. Given the fundamental differences between Korean and Chinese and the large number of Chinese characters, it was almost impossible for people in the lower classes to learn to write. Sejong created the Korean alphabet with 28 characters (4 are now obsolete), with the aim of having the Koreans from all classes read and write. Characters for consonants are based on a simplified chart patterns created human speech organs (mouth, tongue, teeth) in creating a sound, vowels are a combination of dots lines representing heaven (circular dot), country (horizontal line) and human (vertical line).

Sedjong dies from the effects of diabetes in 1450. Expecting his ill son Munjong not to live long, he asked Scholar Hall to watch out for his grandson Danjong. Munjong died two years after his accession to the throne, and Danjong came to the throne at the age of 12. Sejong´s second son, Sejo, seized the throne for himself in 1455, and the whole kingdom was in power struggles and ended the period of political stability that King Sejong had established.

Pattern is practised by the V. Degree holder and above.