9th Kup

Yellow stripe belt signifies Earth from which a plant sprouts and takes root as the Tae Kwon-Do foundations are being laid.
Stances
Attention stance > Chariot sogi
Ready stance > Chunbi sogi
Walking stance > Gunnun sogi
Sitting stance > Annun sogi
L' stance > Niunja sogi
Parallel ready stance > Narani chunbi sogi
Blocks
Low block >  bakat palmok najunde makgi
Middle inner forearm block >  an palmok Kaunde makgi
Rising block > Chookyo makgi
Attacks (Hand)
Middle obverse punch > Kaunde baro jirugi
Middle reverse punch > Kaunde bandae ap joomuk jirugi
Double punch > Doo joomuk jirugi
Knife hand strike > Kaunde sonkal taerigi
Attacks (Leg)
Front kick > Ap chagi
Side kick > Yop chagi
Turning kick > Dollyo chagi
Downward (axe) kick > Naeryo chagi
Chon ji
19 movements
Means literally “Heaven and Earth”. It is in the orient, interpreted as the creation of the world or the beginning of human history. Therefore it is the first pattern taught to the beginner. It consists of two similar parts – one to represent Heaven the other the Earth.