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    TAE KWON DO PEOPLE HELP!!!!

    What is the pattern meaning of Po-Eun?

    Testing for 2nd degree in a week, don't know this ITF pattern meaning. PLEASE HELP!!

    Thanks guys

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    Learn to Google.
    http://www.ohdokwan.ca/poeun.html

    Odd, I learned that form for Black Belt Recommended, Kwan Gae was my 1st degree form and Ga Baek was the 2nd degree form I was learning when I quit.

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    May be different for the TAGB, the Taekwondo Association Great Britain.

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    Google it?

    The form meanings are fabricated anyway, but that's another thread.

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    KhanonTom...for future TKD questions you may want to post them in the KMA section of our styles forums (check the top of the page for the link there).

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    too bad i can't be of much help... i'm wtf

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    Chong Mong-Chu (pen name: Po-Eun; 1337-1392) was born at the time when the Goryeo dynasty ruled the Korean peninsula. At the age of 23, after taking three different Civil Service literary examinations and receiving the highest marks possible on all three, in 1367 he became an instructor in Neo-Confucianism at the Gukjagam, then called "Seonggyungwan," whilst simultaneously holding a government position, and was a faithful public servant to King U. He also founded an institute devoted to the theories of Confucianism. His noble death symbolises his faithful allegiance to the king. He was honored in 1517, 125 years after his death, when he was canonised into the national academy.

    One of his famous quotes:
    Even if I may die, die a hundred times
    Even if my skeleton may become dust and dirt,
    And whether my spirit may be there or not,
    My single-hearted loyalty to the lord will not change.


    I'm too lazy to actually move it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
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    Chong Mong-Chu (pen name: Po-Eun; 1337-1392) was born at the time when the Goryeo dynasty ruled the Korean peninsula. At the age of 23, after taking three different Civil Service literary examinations and receiving the highest marks possible on all three, in 1367 he became an instructor in Neo-Confucianism at the Gukjagam, then called "Seonggyungwan," whilst simultaneously holding a government position, and was a faithful public servant to King U. He also founded an institute devoted to the theories of Confucianism. His noble death symbolises his faithful allegiance to the king. He was honored in 1517, 125 years after his death, when he was canonised into the national academy.

    One of his famous quotes:
    Even if I may die, die a hundred times
    Even if my skeleton may become dust and dirt,
    And whether my spirit may be there or not,
    My single-hearted loyalty to the lord will not change.


    I'm too lazy to actually move it.




    Thank you for your help. Now to memorise!

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