JANGMOOKIDO
  1 Dan Testing Curriculum 
Keup    Belt    Fokus training        Hyung             Dae Ryun     Dol Ri Ki      Bägi         Period
CHO KEUP  -  BEGINNER LEVEL 
   9 th      White +         Kibondonjak           Kibon Jangbong         Gonbang Il Bub               Ap             Candle 1        4 month     

   8 th      Yellow         Kibondonjak +         Ki Cho Jangbong         Gonbang Ee Bub            Dwit           Candle 1       4 month     

   7 th      Green             Jumping            Cho Geup Jangbong     Gonbang Sam Bub           Yeup         Candle 1        4 month
JOONG KEUP  -  MIDDLE LEVEL  
   6 th     Green +        Kibon bon          Joong Geup Jangbong    Gonbang Sah Bub        Nae Wae     Candle 2          4 month
   5 th       Blue             Waterfall          Goh Geup Jangbong          Gonbang Oh Bub       Combo 1      Candle 2          4 month
   4 th       Blue +          Spinning              Dae Geup Jangbong      Gonbang Yuk Bub      Combo 2      Candle 2          4 month
SANG KEUP -  HIGH LEVEL
   3 rd        Red      Falling technique      Sang Geup Jangbong      Gonbang Chil Bub    Ung Yong Ki    Candle 3         4 month
   2 nd        Red +   Kick technique       Moo  Geup Jangbong          Gonbang Pal Bub    Ung Yong Ki    Candle 3         4 month
  1 st          Red ++      All techniques         PALJANGSA - The Eight Great Warriors Bong        All techniques          4 month

JANGMOOKIDO EXPERIENCE

 1 Dan   Black          Dan Jeon Haeng Gong           Gonbong Hyung             Cheot-bul Kkeugi                40 month

 Official International Jangmookido Federation® Test Form                                                                                      IJF  Version 1-1
PAL JANG SA 
The Eight Great Warriors Bong
     HYUNG
  1. Kibon Jangbong
  2. Kicho Jangbong
  3. Cho Geup Jangbong
  4. Joong Geup Jangbong
  5. Goh Geup Jangbong
  6. Dae Geup Jangbong
  7. Sang Geup Jangbong
  8. Mu Geup Jangbong
     DAE RYUN
  1. Gonbang Il Bub
  2. Gonbang Ee Bub
  3. Gonbang Sam Bub
  4. Gonbang Sah Bub
  5. Gonbang Oh Bub
  6. Gonbang Yuk Bub
  7. Gonbang Chil Bup
  8. Gonbang Pal Bup    
1 Dan Black Belt Hyung
Gonbong Hyung
BYUNG JANG DOSUL
The Military Generals Bong Stratigies
 HYUNG
  • Byung Jangbong Il Bub
  • Byung Jangbong Ee Bub
  • Byung Jangbong Sam Bub
  • Byung Jangbong Sah Bub
DAE RYUN
  • Shin Sun Bang Il Bub
  • Shin Sun Bang Ee Bub
  • Shin Sun Bang Sam Bub
  • Shin Sun Bang Sah Bub
2 Dan Black Belt Hyung
     
SHIN SUN BONG HYUNG
TERMINOLOGY
BASIC TERMS

Dojang
- Training Hall
Dobok - Training uniform
Tti - Belt
Keup - Holder for Color Belt
Kong kyuk - Attack
Chagi - Kick
Maki - Block
Kibondonjak - Fundamental techniques
Mompulki - Body Conditioning Exercises
Hyung - Form
Ki Bub - Meditation
Dae Ryun - Sparring
Bägi - Precision cutting
Dol-Ri-KI - Long Stick Rotationer
Ho Shin Sul - Self Defense
Sado Mu Sool - Family Martial Art
Bul Gyo Mu Sool - Martial Art in the Buddhist Temple
Gung Jung Mu Sool - Martial Art of the Royal Court
Jangbong - Long stick
Chang - Spear
Woldo - Halberd
Do Kki - Battle Axe
Sam Jul Bong - Three Sectioned Stick
Gung Sool - Archery
BASIC COMMANDS

Junbi
- Ready
Si Jak - Start
Geuman - Stop
Pa-Ro - Relax, return to ready stance
Cha-se-pak-kuseu - Change stance
Dui-ro-do-ra - Turn around
Ahp - Front
Yup - Side
Dwi - Back
Hadan - Low
Joong dan - Middle
Sangdan - High
Hwengdan - Horizontal
Dae gak sun - Diagonal
Nae Ryo - Downward
Ollyo - Upward
Ki - Internal life force
Gi hap - Energy Yell
Shin Sun - Focus of eyes
Dan jeon ho Heup - Hypogastric breathing
Ho Rang I - Tiger
Yong - Dragon
Hak - Crane
Han Moosa - Korean Ancient Warrior

TITLES OF JANGMOOKIDO

Chong Jae (Nim)

The Founder and The President of World Federation
 

Chong Hwe Jang (Nim)
Technical Director of World Federation
(Grandmaster)

Chong Kwanjang (Nim)
Headmaster of National Association

Kwanjang (Nim)
Master of Dojang

Sabeom (Nim)
Instructor of Dojang

Kyobeom (Nim)
Assistant Instructor of Dojang

Su-Ryeon-Saeng
Trainee (Student)

ETIQUETTE TERMS
 
Cha Ryeot Kukgi Gyeong Nae  
Bow to Flags

Cha Ryeot Chong Jae Nim Gyeong Nae
Bow to President 

Cha Ryeot Shimsa Kwanjang Gyeong Nae
Bow to Head Table/Judges

 
Ye Ui - Etiquette
Cha Ryeot - Attention
Gyeong Nae - Bow
 
Baroh - Recover
Gukgi -National flag
Wongi - World Federation flag
NUMBERING

Il - First
Ee - Second
Sam - Third
Sa - Fourth
Oh - Fifth
Yuk - Sixth
Chil - Seventh
Pal - Eighth
Koo - Ninth
Ship - Tenth
 
COUNTING

Hana - One
Dool - Two
Set - Three
Net - Four
Da-seot - Five
Yeo-seot - Six
Ilgop - Seven
Yeo-dol - Eight
A-hop - Nine
Yeol - Ten 
KONG KYUK - Attack

Nae-ryo-sang-dan-Kong kyuk - Downward high attack
Dae-gak-sun-kong kyuk - Diagonal attack
Yeok-son-Kong kyuk - Revers hand attack

Oll-yo-Kong kyuk - Upward attack
Joong-dan-kong kyuk - Middle attack
Nae-ryo-hadan-kong kyuk - Waterfall attack
Muri-kong kyuk - Head attack
Hadan-kong kyuk - Low attack
Mong-tong-chi-ru-gi - Thrust or stab ( solarplexius )
Dwi-chi-ru-gi - Back thrust or stab
Dolha-Kong kyuk - Spinning attack
Hweng-dan-il-bong - Cross attack with one arm

BÄGI - Cutting Objects 

Dae-na-mu bägi - Bamboo cutting
Jip-dan bägi - Straw cutting
Deon-jeo bägi - Cutting objects in the air
Jong-ee bägi - Paper cutting
Cheot-bul Kkeugi - Putting out candle light 

 
MOVEMENT TERMS

Pung-cha dol-gi - Cartwheel
Do-yak - Jump
Hoe Jeon - Rolling
Dol Ah - Spinning
Ahp / Ahp-er-ro - Forward / to the Forward
Dwi / Dwi-ro - Backward / to the Backward
Jwa / Jwa-ro - Left / to the Left
Woo / Woo-ro - Right / to the Right
Cheon-cheon-hee - Slowly
Ppa-reu-ge - Quickly
Him-it-ge - Powerfully
Bu-deu-reob-ge - Softly
JOK SOOL - Kicking Techniqes

Kibon Chagi - Basic Kick
Ahp-chagi - Front kick
Yup-chagi - Side kick
Dwit-chagi - Back or horse kick
Chick-a-chagi - Round house kick
Nae-ryo-chagi - Axe kick
An-dari-chagi - Crescent kick
Dol-ha-chagi - Spinning hook kick
DOL RI KI 
Long Stick Rotationer ( Basic )


Poong cha - Windmill
Ye Ja ( Jung ) - Singel fighur 8 (forward)
Ye Ja ( Yeok ) - Singel fighur 8  (backward)
Ye Ja ( Yop ) - Singel fighur  (to the side)
Nae Wae Poong cha - Backward & forward windmill 
 Oeh Hwan (Jung) - Swiching hands (forward)
 Oeh Hwan (Yeok) - Swiching hands (backward)
 Yang Ban Hyub Hoe (Jung) - Double spin (forward)
 Yang Ban Hyub Hoe (Yeok) - Double spin (backward)
Pyeong Hyub Hoe (Jung) - Yin/Yang spin (forward)
Pyeong Hyub Hoe (Yeok) - Yin/Yang spin (backward)

 
GRIPS

Yang-ban -  Parallel grip 
Pyeong -   Yin & yang grip 
Dae dang - Long grip
So dang - Short grip


JASE - Stance

Junbi  - Get ready 
Ki-ma-se - Horse riding stance
Beom-ho-se - Tiger stance, or back stance
Ka-yong-se - Hidden dragon stance
Joong-pyeong-se - Middle stance
Ja-yeon-se - Natural side stance
So-do-se - Short or low stance ( small stance )
Dae-do-se - Long or big stance
Ji- ha-se - Lower, ready stance
Hak-dari- ja-se - Crane stance   
Yeuk-sodo-se - Kross stance
Pokho-se - Crouching tiger stance
Long Stick Tricks
( basic )


Pal (dola) - Around the arm
Son mok (dola) -Around the wrist
Pal kkum Chi (dola) - Around the elbow
Eo Kkae (dola) - Around the Shoulder
Mureup (dola) - Around the knee
Dari (dola) - Around the leg
Nae Mog (dola) - Around the neck
Wae Mog (dola) - Around the throat
Heoli (dola) -Around the waist
Bal Mok (dola) Around the ankle
Bong Dunjigi - Rod throw
 
MAKI - Block

Sang-dan-maki - High block
Hadan-maki - Low block
Joong-dan-maki - Middle block
Dae-gak-oll-yo-maki - Diagonal upward block
Ahn-maki - Outside / inside block
Yum-maki - Inside / outside block
Hak-Dari-maki - Block on one leg
Myong-chi-maki - Stomach block
Mok-maki - Neck block (step out with back foot)

JASE - Stance

Even the most advanced martial arts system has its roots in the basic techniques. They start with the simple ones and work their way towards the more complicated movements. Stances is the foundation of every martial art.
If the stance are weak in their technology, then all other techniques will be weak. Balance, speed and power emerge from these basic positions.
Jangmookido have 12 basic stances and they are only a guiding principle. Your strongest posture is the one that fits your constitution. That cannot be taught to you, You have to find it for yourself.

There are some basic principles that apply to all stances.
  •  Be in god balance and keep the fabric head low centered.
  •  Was relaxed all the time. Avoid straining unused muscles.             Tensions consume energy.
  •  Move quickly and smoothly and let Dan Jun, who is the center of gravity of the point, lead the movement.
POKHO-SE - Crouching Tiger Stance
POKHO-SE - Crouching Tiger Stance
Ki-Ma-Se
Horse Riding Stance
Front
Front
Side
Side

Ji-Ha-Se
Lower Ready Stance

Right (side)
Right (side)
Left (side)
Left (side)
Ka-Yong-Se
Hidden Dragon Stance
Right (side)
Right (side)
Left (side)
Left (side)
Joong-Pyeong-Se
Middle (stable) Stance
Right (side)
Right (side)
Left (side)
Left (side)
Peom-Ho-Se
Tiger Stance/Back Stance
Right (side)
Right (side)
Left (side)
Left (side)
Junbi
Get Ready 
Front
Front