Pal Jang Palgwe illustrated tae kwon do forms
Pal jang poomse is the last of the eight palgwe forms and the final chapter of the palgwe book.
This form is very complicated. More so than some black belt forms.
Yet the same principles apply. Opposites of hard and soft rule.
These opposites interact with each other according to the rules of the universe.
Pul jang is taught as the final colored belt level form to learn before preparing for a black belt test. As such, it's the most difficult of the palgwe forms. In fact, it is very much like a black belt form.
It's difficulty serves to cement basic technique and prepare the student for the WTF black belt forms to come.
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