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The Reason for 24 Patterns
The life of a human being, perhaps 100 years, can be considered as a day when compared with eternity. Therefore, we mortals are no more than simple travelers who pass by the eternal years of an eon in a day. It is evident that no one can live more than a limited amount of time. Nevertheless, most people foolishly enslave themselves to materialism as if they could live for thousands of years. And some people strive to bequeath a good spiritual legacy for coming generations, in this way, gaining immortality. Obviously, the spirit is perpetual while material is not; therefore, what we can do to leave behind something for the welfare of mankind is, perhaps, the most important thing in our lives.

Here I leave Taekwon-Do for mankind as a trace of man of the late 20th century. The 24 patterns represent 24 hours, one day, or all my life. The name of the pattern, the number of movements, and the diagrammatic symbol of each pattern symbolizes either heroic figures in Korean history or instances relating to historical events.

General Choi, Hong Hi

Patterns in Word Format

Saju Jirugi | Saju Makgi

Chon-Ji | Dan-Gun | Do-San
Won-Hyo | Yul-Gok | Joong-Gun
Toi-Gye | Hwa-Rang | Choong-Moo
Kwang-Gae | Po-Eun | Ge-Baek

Patterns in PDF Format

Saju Jirugi | Saju Makgi

Chon-Ji | Dan-Gun | Do-San
Won-Hyo | Yul-Gok | Joong-Gun
Toi-Gye | Hwa-Rang | Choong-Moo
Kwang-Gae | Po-Eun | Ge-Baek

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White Belt 10th Gup    Yellow Stripe 9th Gup   Yellow Belt 8th Gup   Green Stripe 7th Gup   Green Belt 6th Gup 

Blue Stripe Belt 5th Gup   Blue Belt 4th Gup   Red Stripe 3rd Gup   Red Belt 2nd Gup   Black Stripe 1st Gup 

Black Belt 1st Degree   Black Belt 2nd Degree 

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