Ko Dang

Meaning

Ko-Dang is the Pseudonyn of the patriot Cho Man Shik, who dedicated his life to the Korean Independence Movement and to the education of his people.

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Moves

Step Position Stance Movement Notes
Parallel Ready Stance
1 Left middle palm pushing block Sitting stance Right foot to AC Sitting stance toward AD
2 Right middle punch Sitting stance No step
3 Middle forearm guarding block Right L stance Right foot to CD Block to D
4 Right low outer forearm block
Left middle side inner forearm block
Right L stance No step Block to AD
5 Right middle palm pushing block Sitting stance Left foot to BC Sitting stance toward BD
6 Left middle punch Sitting stance No step
7 Middle forearm guarding block Left L stance Left foot to CD Block to D
8 Left low outer forearm block
Right middle side inner forearm block
Left L stance No step Block to AD
9 Left bending ready stance B Stance toward D
Turn face to C
10 Right middle back piercing kick Kick to C
11 Left middle knife hand block Right L stance Lower right foot to C Stance toward D
12 Right bending ready stance B Stance toward D
Turn face to C
13 Left middle back piercing kick Kick to C
14 Right middle knife hand block Left L stance Lower left foot to C Stance toward D
15 Left straight elbow downward thrust Right L stance Right foot to C Stance and thrust toward D
16 Right straight elbow downward thrust Left L stance Left foot to C Stance and thrust toward D
17 Right palm pressing block Left walking stance Left foot to D Facing D
18 Left palm pressing block Right walking stance Right foot to D Facing D
19 Left outer forearm downward block. Right L stance Right foot to C Facing D
20 Right outer forearm downward block Left L stance Right foot to D Facing D
21 Left upward palm block Right rear foot stance Left foot to D Facing D
22 Right upward palm block Left rear foot stance Right foot to D Facing D
23 Left middle side front snap kick Right rear foot stance Right foot to C Move to rear foot stance, then execute the kick.
Keep hands as they were in 22.
24 High twin inward knife-hand strike Left walking stance Lower left foot to D Facing D
Perform 24 and 25 in continuous motion
25 Left knife hand rising block Left walking stance Maintain stance from 24
26 Low knife hand guarding block Right L stance Pulling the left foot Stance toward D
27 Right downward punch Left walking stance Slip left foot Stance toward D
28 Middle knife hand guarding block Right L stance Move left foot to side rear of right foot, then slide to C Stance toward D
29 Middle knife hand guarding block Right L stance Jump, landing on same spot Stance toward D
30 Right high side back fist strike Right X stance Jump to D Facing BD
31 Left high outer forearm side block Left walking stance Left foot to C Stance toward C
32 Right high outer forearm side block Right walking stance Move left foot on line CD Stance toward D
33 Right upset punch Right L stance Move left foot to D Bring left side fist to front of right shoulder
34 Right middle hook kick Kick to A
35 Right high flat fingertip cross cut Left L stance Lower right foot to A Stance toward A
36 Left middle hook kick Bring right foot to left Move right foot, then kick
37 Left high flat fingertip cross cut Right L stance Lower left foot to B Stance toward B
38 High knife hand guarding block Left L stance Bring left foot to right, then move right foot to A Stance toward A
39 High knife hand guarding Right L stance Bring right foot to the left foot, then move left foot to B Stance toward B
Ready Stance Move left foot Facing D