Won Hyo and Yul Kok of Taekwondo Hyueng by Jhoon Rhee

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  • By Jhoon Rhee - Father of U.S. Tae Kwon Do (Korean Karate)


Binding Paperback
Publisher Black Belt Communications Inc
Country of Origin USA
Number of Pages 159
Pubilcation Date 1971
Condition New

Product details

  • Taekwondo Form Book
  • by Jhoon Rhee
  • Forms of Won Hyo and Yul Kok
  • Hundreds of Photos
  • Super useful read

Won Hyo and Yul Kok Description

Directed toward green belt, this book features a pictorial presentation of each of these taekwondo forms with step-by-step views, foot patterns, and overhead photographs.


Preface of Won Hyo and Yul Kok

Although introduced only recently in the western world, the art of Tae Kwon Do has become increasingly popular in al countries and with all age groups. Originally conceived in Korea as a measure of unarmed self defense, Tae Kwon Do has blossomed into an art that is now practiced all over the world.

This book has been written with several purposes in mind. First of all, it is interested to develop a greater appreciation and understanding of Tae Kwon Do, which would contribute toward the growth of this ancient martial art. Since it includes explicit instructions and detailed guidance in all aspects of the art, it will serve as a basic text for beginners. To the intermediate students, this text provides a firm foundation for the more complicated patterns and advanced techniques which follow. It also serves as an authoritative reference on all phases of Te Kwon Dao training for the instructors.

Won-Hyo and Yul-Kok is the third in a series of five volumes covering nine of the major hyungs of Tae Kwon Do. The first book dealt with the Chon-Ji hyung required at the white belt level. The two hyungs in this book, Tan-Gun and To-San, are required at the gold belt level. The two hyungs in this book, Won-Hyo and Yul-Kok, are required at the green belt level. The other books in the series will deal with the remaining hyungs required in order to obtain the black belt.

It is my most sincere wish that his book will embody the true essence of Tae Kwon Do - the disciple and humility which arise from one's dedication to the art. Without such spirit, the student's training is incomplete; with it, he becomes master of himself. For both the physical and spiritual fulfillment of Tae Kwon Do, then this book is humbly dedicated.


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