Ch'ang Hon Taekwon-Do

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Below is the knowledge required for testing for a 3rd Dan Black Belt:

The pattern history, pattern diagram, and number of movements for the pattern Eui-Am

The pattern history, pattern diagram, and number of movements for the pattern Chung-Jang


The pattern history, pattern diagram, and number of movements for the pattern Ju-Che 
  

The pattern history, pattern diagram, and number of movements for the pattern Go-Dang 
  


The
two classifications of instructors in the International Taekwon-Do Federation;

            Domestic

            International


At least eight of the following tools of the hand and arm:
 
ForefistReverse Knife HandArc-Hand
BackFistBase of the Knife-HandPalm
Side FistFlat FingertipThumb
Under FistStraight FingertipThumb-Ridge
Long FistAngle FingertipBow Wrist
Open FistDouble FingertipOuter Forearm
Thymb Knuckle FistForefingerInner Forearm
Fore-Knuckle FistPress FingersUnder Forearm
Middle Knuckle FistFinger BellyBack Forearm
Bear HandFinger PincersElbow
Knife-HandBack Hand 
          


At Least eight of the following tools of the foot and leg:
 
ToesSide InstepBack Heel
Ball of the FootSide SoleKnee
FootswordBack Sole 
Reverse FootswordInstep 
               

The characteristics of a Close Stance with a Heaven Hand  (mo-a seo ha-neul-son)
 

The characteristics of a Close Ready Stance type D  (Mo-a Jun-bi Seo-gi  D) 

The characteristics of a Parallel Stance with a Twin Side Elbow (na-ran-hi seo ssang-yeop pal-dung)
 

The characteristics of a Diagonal Stance (
Sa-seon Seo-gi) 

The characteristics of a Bending Ready Stance type B (Gu-bu-ryeo Jun-bi Seo-gi  B) 


 

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