ITF taekwondo patterns - your sixth pattern Joong Gun

Joong Gun is the sixth of your ITF taekwondo patterns.
You learn this form for your taekwondo blue belt.

On this page

  • We tell you about the meaning and shape of the form.
  • And you can learn the moves from taekwondo patterns videos by Jaroslaw Suska (5th Dan).

This pattern is named after the Ahn Joong-Gun. Ahn was so loyal to Korea that he killed Hiro-Bumi Ito (Korea's first Japanese governor-general).

There are 32 moves to represent Ahn's age when he was executed in a Lui-Shung prison in 1910.

This form includes a number of knife hand or open hand techniques.

There are also 3 slow motion or breathing moves. It's important to take your time here to breathe and let any tension leave your body.

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Your yellow stripe pattern Chon-Ji

Your yellow belt pattern Dan-Gun

Your green stripe pattern Do-San

Your green belt pattern Won-Hyo

Your blue stripe pattern Yul-Gok

Your red stripe pattern Toi-Gye

Your red belt pattern Hwa-Rang

Your black stripe pattern Choong-Moo

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