Palgwe forms Sa Jang illustrated tae kwon do poomse
Sa Jang | Palgwe
Palgwe forms sa jang poomse is the fourth of a set of 8 forms. This is the first time the pal gwe forms begin to add slightly more difficult techniques. The forms all build on one another to form the palgwe book.
Pal gwe forms contain the contradictory concepts of yang-um (yin-yang in Chinese).
Everything has an opposite, light--dark, sky--earth, man--woman, fire--water, lake--mountain and so on. This idea is the basis of the I Ching, and is applied by the palgwe poomse.
These opposites meet and depart from each other according to the rules of the universe.
Palgwe poomse is taught at the colored belt level.
It introduces students to taekwondo technique and philosophy of the um yang. Two opposing forces in perfect balance.
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