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Tosan tul 도산틀 Do-San pattern

List of patterns

Number of movements:24
Number of attacs:15
Number of hand attacs:13
Number of food attacs:2
Number of blocks:9
Number of hand blocks:9
Number of food blocks:0
Number of ready stances:0
Diagram:

New techniques

1.
kaunde apčcha pušigi 
kaunde apcha busigi
가운데앞차부시기 
a middle front snap kick 
2.
annun so sonkchal jop terigi 
annun so sonkal yop taerigi
앉는서손칼옆때리기 
sitting stance while executing a middle outward strike 
3.
konnun so pakat pchalmok nopchunde jop makki 
gunnun so bakat palmok nopunde yop makgi
걷는서바깥팔목높은데옆막기 
walking stance while executing a high side block with the outer forearm 
4.
konnun so pande ap čirugi 
gunnun so bandae ap jirugi
걷는서반대앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a reverse middle punch 
6.
konnun so son sonkut tulkchi 
gunnun so sun sonkut tulgi
걷는서선손끝뚫기 
walking stance while executing a middle thrust with the straight fingertip 
7.
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 
9.
konnun so pakat pchalmok nopchunde hečchjo makki 
gunnun so bakat palmok nopunde hechyo makgi
걷는서바깥팔목높은데헤쳐막기 
walking stance while executing a high wedging block with the outer forearm 

List of techniques

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

1.
konnun so pakat pchalmok nopchunde jop makki 
gunnun so bakat palmok nopunde yop makgi
걷는서바깥팔목높은데옆막기 
walking stance while executing a high side block with the outer forearm 
2.
konnun so pande ap čirugi 
gunnun so bandae ap jirugi
걷는서반대앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a reverse middle punch 
3.
konnun so pakat pchalmok nopchunde jop makki 
gunnun so bakat palmok nopunde yop makgi
걷는서바깥팔목높은데옆막기 
walking stance while executing a high side block with the outer forearm 
4.
konnun so pande ap čirugi 
gunnun so bandae ap jirugi
걷는서반대앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a reverse middle punch 
5.
niundža so sonkchal tebi makki 
niunja so sonkal daebi makgi
ㄴ자서손칼대비막기 
L stance while executing a middle guarding block 
6.
konnun so son sonkut tulkchi 
gunnun so sun sonkut tulgi
걷는서선손끝뚫기 
walking stance while executing a middle thrust with the straight fingertip 
7.
hošinsul
konnun so tung čumok nopchunde jop terigi 
hosinsool
gunnun so dung joomuk nopunde yop taerigi
호신술
걷는서등주먹높은데옆때리기 
self defence
walking stance while executing a high side strike with the back fist 
8.
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 
9.
konnun so pakat pchalmok nopchunde jop makki 
gunnun so bakat palmok nopunde yop makgi
걷는서바깥팔목높은데옆막기 
walking stance while executing a high side block with the outer forearm 
10.
konnun so pande ap čirugi 
gunnun so bandae ap jirugi
걷는서반대앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a reverse middle punch 
11.
konnun so pakat pchalmok nopchunde jop makki 
gunnun so bakat palmok nopunde yop makgi
걷는서바깥팔목높은데옆막기 
walking stance while executing a high side block with the outer forearm 
12.
konnun so pande ap čirugi 
gunnun so bandae ap jirugi
걷는서반대앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a reverse middle punch 
13.
konnun so pakat pchalmok nopchunde hečchjo makki 
gunnun so bakat palmok nopunde hechyo makgi
걷는서바깥팔목높은데헤쳐막기 
walking stance while executing a high wedging block with the outer forearm 
14.
kaunde apčcha pušigi 
kaunde apcha busigi
가운데앞차부시기 
a middle front snap kick
Keep the position of the hands as they were in 13. 
15.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
16.
konnun so pande ap čirugi
15. - 16. parun tongdžak 
gunnun so bandae ap jirugi
15. - 16. barun tongjak
걷는서반대앞지르기
15. - 16. 빠른동작 
walking stance while executing a reverse middle punch
15. - 16. fast motion 
17.
konnun so pakat pchalmok nopchunde hečchjo makki 
gunnun so bakat palmok nopunde hechyo makgi
걷는서바깥팔목높은데헤쳐막기 
walking stance while executing a high wedging block with the outer forearm 
18.
kaunde apčcha pušigi 
kaunde apcha busigi
가운데앞차부시기 
a middle front snap kick
Keep the position of the hands as they were in 17. 
19.
konnun so ap čirugi 
gunnun so ap jirugi
걷는서앞지르기 
walking stance while executing a front punch 
20.
konnun so pande ap čirugi
19. - 20. parun tongdžak 
gunnun so bandae ap jirugi
19. - 20. barun tongjak
걷는서반대앞지르기
19. - 20. 빠른동작 
walking stance while executing a reverse middle punch
19. - 20. fast motion 
21.
konnun so čchukchjo makki 
gunnun so chukyo makgi
걷는서추켜막기 
walking stance while executing a rising block 
22.
konnun so čchukchjo makki 
gunnun so chukyo makgi
걷는서추켜막기 
walking stance while executing a rising block 
23.
annun so sonkchal jop terigi 
annun so sonkal yop taerigi
앉는서손칼옆때리기 
sitting stance while executing a middle outward strike 
24.
annun so sonkchal jop terigi 
annun so sonkal yop taerigi
앉는서손칼옆때리기 
sitting stance while executing a middle outward strike 

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

Interpretation

Do-San is the pseudonym of the patriot Ahn Chang-Ho (1878-1938). The 24 movements represent his entire life which he devoted to furthering the education of Korea and its independence movement.

Do-San

Ahn Chang Ho, pen name Dosan (November 9, 1878 - March 10, 1938) was a Korean independence activist and one of the early leaders of the Korean-American immigrant community in United States. He established the Young Korean Association (1907) in San Francisco and was a key member in the founding of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai (1919). Besides his work for the Independence Movement, Dosan wanted to reform the Korean people´s character and the entire social system of Korea. He was also the father of Hollywood actor Philip Ahn.

Early Years
Ahn was born in 1878 in Kangso, Pyeongan province, in present day South Pyongan, North Korea. In 1896, he moved to Seoul and attended Save the World School (Gusea Hakdang), a missionary school, and converted to Christianity over a period of four years.

Immigration to America and Later Years
In 1902, Ahn came to San Francisco with his wife Helen in order to get a better aducation. While living in California, he witnessed two Korean merchants fighting in the streets over sales turf. Ahn was apparently upset by this display of incivility among his countrymen overseas so he began to invest time into reforming the local Korean diaspora, rising to become one of the first leaders of the Korean-American community. He founded the Friendship Society in 1903, the first Korean organization in the continental United States. In 1905, he established the Mutual Assistance Society (MAS). MAS would eventually merge with the United Korean Society in Hawaii to become the Korean National Association, the official agent of Koreans in the United States until the end of World War II.

In 1926 departing from San Pedro, California by ship, Dosan traveled to China, never returning to the United States. During Dosan´s anti-Japanese activism in Korea, he was arrested and put in prison for his patriotism and independence activities more than five times by the Japanese imperialists. He was first arrested in 1909 in connection with Ahn Chung Gun´s assassination of Ito Hirobumi, the Japanese Resident General of Korea. Dosan was tortured and punished many times during the years of his activism. In 1932 he was arrested in Shanghai, China in connection with Yun Bong-gil´s bombing at Hongkew Park (April 29, 1932). He was a naturalized Chinese citizen at this time and illegally taken back to Korea by the Japanese Police. Convicted of violating Japan´s Preservation of Peace Laws Dosan was sentenced to five years in Taejon prison. He never gave up his love for Korea and remained strong and true to the fight for Korea´s freedom.

Many consider Ahn Chang-ho to be one of the key moral and hilosophical leaders of Korea during the 20th century. In the turmoil immediately before and during the Japanese occupation of Korea, he called for the moral and spiritual renewal of the Korean people through education as one of the important components in their struggle for independence.

In 1938, Japanese authorities arrested Ahn, but due to severe illness, he was released on bail and transferred to the Kyungsung University hospital where he died on March 10, 1938. A memorial park and hall were built to honor him in Seoul. Another memorial was built in downtown Riverside, California to honor him.

Pattern is practised by the 7. Gup holder and above.