Name Moves
1) Chon-Ji 19 Means literally "Heaven and Earth".
2) Dan-Gun 21 Named after the holy Dan-Gun, legendary founder of Korea, who founded legendary Korea in the year 2333 B.C.
3) Do-San 24 Named after Do-San Ahn Ch'ang-Ho, the Korean patriot who dedicated his life to the education of Korea and it's independence movement.
*) Suh-Kang Il 32 Grand Master Suh-Jang-Kang's first form.
4) Won-Hyo 28 Named for the Korean monk who brought Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty of Korea in the year 686 A.D.
5) Yul-Gok 38 Named for the Korean Confuscious, Yi-I.
6) Joong-Gun 32 Named for the Korean patriot An Joong-Gun who assassinated the first Japanese governor-general of Korea, Hirobumi Ito.
7) Toi-Gye 37 Penname for the neo-confuscian scholar, Yi-Hwang.
8) Hwa-Rang 29 Named for the Hwa-Rang youth group, who's motto was to be the driving force behind the unification of the three Kingdoms of Korea (Silla, Baek-Je and the Koguryo).
*) Suh-Kang Ee 41 Grand Master Suh-Jang-Kang's second form.
9) Choong-Moo 30 Named for the Korean Admiral, Yi Sun-Sin, after whom Korea's first armoured battleship was named.
10) Kwang-Gae 39 Named after Gwang-Gae-T'o-Wang, nineteenth King of the Koguryo Dynasty who regained all lost territories in battle, including the upper part of greater Manchuria.
11) Po-Eun 36 Pseudonym for the famous Korean poet, Chong Mong-Chu, who's poem is know to all Koreans. The gist of which is - "I would rather be crucified a hundred times, than to serve a second master".
12) Ge-Baek 44 Named for the Korean general Ge-Baek of the Baek-Je Dynasty, who was known for his severe and strict military rule.
13) Eui-Am 45 Named after Son-Byong-Hi, leader of the Korean independence movement on March 1, 1919.
14) Choon Jang 52 Named after Kim Duk Ryung, general of the Yi dynasty in the 14th century ad.
15) Juche 45 Juche is the philosophical idea that man is the master of everything, the world and his own destiny. It is said, this idea is rooted in Baekdu Mountain and symbolizes the spirit of the Korean people.
16) Sam-Il 33 Sam-Il denotes the historical date of the Independence Movement of Korea. The 33 movements represent the 33 patriots who planned the movement.
17) Yoo-Sin 68 The hyung named after General Kim Yoo Sin, commanding general during the Silla Dynasty, who unified the three Kingdoms of Korea in 668 A.D. The 68 movements refer to the last two numbers of the year Korea was united.
18) Choi-Yong 46 General Choi-Yong, the Premier and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Koryo Dynasty, during the 14th Century.
 (*) - denotes a form that is not in the official ITF set of patterns