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Testing for Green Belt

Poomsae Taegeuk Sam Jang -- Fire

​The third aspect of Taeguek is the principle Ri. Ri symbolizes fire and sun, and their characteristics of warmth, enthusiasm, and hope. The actions of Ri should be performed with variety and passion, like the flickering of a fire. This form teaches combinations that are frequently seen in free-fighting.

Testing for High Green Belt

Poomsae Taegeuk Sa Jang -- Thunder

​The fourth aspect of Taegeuk is the principle of Jin. It represents thunder, which, with lightning, evokes fear and trembling but reminds us that danger, like a thunderstorm, passes as suddenly as it comes, leaving blue sky, sunshine, and rain freshened air in its wake. The practice of this form should help one act calmly and bravely in the face of loud and terrifying dangers, real or imagined, knowing that they, too, shall pass.

Testing for Blue Belt

Poomsae Taegeuk Oh Jang -- Wind

​The fifth aspect of Taegeuk is the principle Seon. Seon symbolizes wind. Although there are horrible and destructive winds, such as the typhoon, hurricane and tornado, the wind's true nature is gentle but penetrating. Spring breezes softly caress the willow, but the willow does not stop the wind, rather, it bends willingly in it's path. Wind symbolizes humility and good natured actions.