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Tae geuk tae kwon do and Palgwe Philosophy

The Philosophy Behind the Forms

The center um-yang is the tae geuk tae kwon do employs this symbol in combination with the 8 trigrams or gwe(s) as in pal gwe to symbolize the philosophical underpinnings of the beginner forms.

The tae geuk um-yang is known as the supreme ultimate where two great opposing forces are in equal balance and harmony.

The practice of your beginner forms as a colored belt will teach you the importance of the supreme ultimate. Every movement within your form will have an opposite component. Only through regular class attendance can you learn the tae geuk taekwondo pal gwe philosophy.

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