Korean Forms

This forum is dedicated to an exchange of ideas relating to the practical application of the forms of Korean systems such as Taekwondo, Tang Soo Do etc. Increase your understanding of forms whilst helping others to do the same.

Oerjan Nilsen's picture

Practical application from Taegeuk Sam jang

https://youtu.be/wzkCLgvLjDU Here’s a quick clip where I demonstrate a parry-pass usage of the outward knife hand block, middle section punch combination. I even threw in a quick demo of a similar combination from pyungwon poomsae as a bonus ;-) hope you guys enjoy:-)
Forums: 
Continue Reading
Mylan Byrd's picture

Taegeuk E Jang apps

The second video in the series. Enjoy.

Forums: 
Continue Reading
Jeb Chiles's picture

Taegeuk 6 applications

Forums: 
Continue Reading
Mylan Byrd's picture

The beginning of my series on the Taeguek...series.

This is the first of 8 videos I'm doing on the Kukiwon forms. Please enjoy and let me know what you think.

P.S. Totally stole a technique from Iain...again.

Forums: 
Continue Reading
Jeb Chiles's picture

Taegeuk 5 sparring applications

Forums: 
Continue Reading
Oerjan Nilsen's picture

Practical applications flow drill that covers all of Taegeuk Sa Jang

This is the week of Taegeuk Sa Jang :-P

This is as far as I know the first drill like this of its kind that covers a complete Taekwondo Poomsae (I have not seen the entire clip posted yesterday on sparring applications from Taegeuk Sa Jang so I might be mistaken, if so I am sorry).

Forums: 
Continue Reading
Jeb Chiles's picture

Taegeuk Sa Jang sparring applications

Forums: 
Continue Reading
Jeb Chiles's picture

Tae Guk 1-3 sparring aplications and mitt drills

Forums: 
Continue Reading
Jeb Chiles's picture

TG 1 introduction

Forums: 
Continue Reading
Patrick's picture

Opening movements of pyung ahn ee dan vs sam dan

Hello everyone, hoping y'all can give me education here. Last night at class our instructor began teaching us pyung ahn sam dan. Our style is korean based so hopefully this is the right forum for this. In our style the opening of ee dan and sam dan are basically the same, except ee dan is done with closed fists while sam dan is done with open hands. I asked my instructor why this is, he was upfront about and said he honestly didnt know why that is.

Forums: 
Continue Reading
Subscribe to RSS - Korean Forms