Taekwondo – WTF Kukkiwon Black Belt poomse (ENG)
January 1, 2010
Here are the Taekwondo Black Belt Poomse. Also performed by Kukkiwon masters. By now you must have mastered the basic of Taekwondo. You must know how to do and how to perform the poomse. Have fun.
Koryo (2nd Black Belt)
Keumgan (3rd Black Belt)
Taebaek (4th Black Belt)
From here there is a small twist in the poomse. Besides the required poomse, you as the master must continuing do something meaning full for the sport Taekwondo.
Pyongwon (5th Black Belt)
Sipjin (5th Black Belt)
Jitae (6th Black Belt)
Cheonkwon (7th Black Belt)
Note: There are 8 taegeuks (8 patterns) representing the 8 symbols of the I-Ching. The 8 symbols of the I-Ching describe the creation of the world with men as a central being living in it. The black belt has 7 required poomse (7 patterns). The black belt poomse also representing the 8 symbols of the I-Ching. The 8 symbols describe men as a material being evolving into a higher being, a spiritual or energy being. Where is the 8th black belt poomse? Where is it?