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  1. warriorarts09 is offline

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    2/20/2010 8:14am

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    trying to figure out my old TKD style, forms ?

    hello all i am new here...love this forum...anyway i can not find anywere, or anyone else that did the same forms as my TKD school did..They claim to be WTF..Later on i studied under a wtf korean instructor that moved to my town..Forms were different, i showed him my old 2nd dan certificate..he said it was not wtf..according to my old schools website, general choi, passed it down to chung kee tae, and taught our instructor..anyone else here studie under the style of chung kee tae?.
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    Since no one else has chimed in here, I'll see if I can help. Are your forms the Chang-Hon (Blue Cottage) forms? I have learned those, and they are not the ones done by WTF practitioners.

    Listed in order you probably would have seen them are: Chon-Ji, Tan-Gun, Toe-San, Won-Hyo, Yul-Kok, etc.

    Sometimes ITF schools do these, and the A-KATO also do them. Does this help? Have you tried a Google Video search to see if you can find the forms you did?

    I'm not the go-to authority on this. But I have shown my forms to other tae kwon do folks, and so often, they learned entirely different forms. So I do understand having a set of forms that is hard to find.
  3. warriorarts09 is offline

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    2/22/2010 7:02am

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    ok here's some info on the names of the forms i found

    YELLOW: Represents the sun. Tae-Young
    ORANGE: Represents the tiger. Ho Rung-e
    GREEN: Represents growth. Cha Run da
    BLUE: Represents water. Mul Poomse
    BROWN: Represents strength. Him Poomse
    RED: Represents fire. Bul Poomse
    BLACK: Represents dusk. Whang Whan
    1st DAN: Represents the Mountain. San Poomse
    2nd DAN: Represents the Eagle. Doksuree
    3rd DAN: Represents the thunder. Bungae
    4th DAN: Represents the Universe. Woaju
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    So, your list is helpful, but it doesn't match the major lists of the hyungs (hyeongs) listed in the Wikipedia.

    However, under the Pumsae listing, the forms are listed with descriptions similar to what you're describing. So perhaps you could research those forms, and see if they look like what you're doing. Otherwise, you might just have to ask someone at your old school.

    Again, I'm no expert, I just figured I might be able to point you towards what you're looking for.
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    2/22/2010 2:11pm

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    hey thanks...i think ill go to my old school and see. I really liked those forms and want to use them in my school..example of white belt form"
    from ready stance
    turn left, L stance high bloke, walking stance knife hand, front kick, punch
    turn right...same thing
    turn left, middle bloke, punch, round house kick, punch
    90 degree to right, same moves
    to the left, low bloke, backfist, step kick punch
    same thing to the right..
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    oops, i mean block not bloke haha,..
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    Quote Originally Posted by warriorarts09 View Post
    hey thanks...i think ill go to my old school and see. I really liked those forms and want to use them in my school..example of white belt form"
    from ready stance
    turn left, L stance high bloke, walking stance knife hand, front kick, punch
    turn right...same thing
    turn left, middle bloke, punch, round house kick, punch
    90 degree to right, same moves
    to the left, low bloke, backfist, step kick punch
    same thing to the right..
    I think that you should take a look at the "Palgwť" poomses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warriorarts09 View Post
    hello all i am new here...love this forum...anyway i can not find anywere, or anyone else that did the same forms as my TKD school did..They claim to be WTF..Later on i studied under a wtf korean instructor that moved to my town..Forms were different, i showed him my old 2nd dan certificate..he said it was not wtf..according to my old schools website, general choi, passed it down to chung kee tae, and taught our instructor..anyone else here studie under the style of chung kee tae?.

    Is this Chung, Kee Tae of Toronto, Canada?
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    yes he is the one...they are my favorite forms so far i did in tkd
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    3/13/2010 10:09pm

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    GM Chung is a Hapkidoin who was featured in Gen Choi's textbook (at least the one I got in 1975). The description of the white belt form is unlike any form of which I am aware (Chang-Hun/Palgwe/Taeguek/Pyung-Ahn) so it could be GM Chung's own creation.
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