Instructions for Tang Soo Do Form 3 (or Ki Cho Sam Bu Hyung)

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Instructions for Tang Soo Do Form 3 (or Ki Cho Sam Bu Hyung)

This page teaches you how to do Tang Soo Do Form 3 (or Ki Cho Sam Bu Hyung). These videos and instructions will help to prepare you for your next Tang Soo Do belt test. To master these forms, you also need to know your Tang Soo Do stances.

For more Tang Soo Do form instructions and videos, visit our main Tang Soo Do Hyung (forms) page.

Step-by-step written instructions for this Tang Soo Do form are on the bottom of the page.

YouTube Video of Tang Soo Do Form 3 with Instructions

YouTube Video of Tang Soo Do Form 3 without Instructions

Written Instructions Tang Soo Do Form 3 (or Ki Cho Sam Bu Hyung)

  • Ready Stance.
  • Turn to the left 90 degrees and left arm Side Block. Fighting Stance.
  • Straighten blocking arm, step forward and Middle Punch. Front Stance.
  • Turn 180 degrees to the right and right arm Side Block. Fighting Stance.
  • Straighten blocking arm, step forward and Middle Punch. Front Stance.
  • Turn 90 degrees to the left and do a left arm Low Block. Front Stance.
  • Raise blocking arm parallel with floor, step forward while turning 90 degrees left and Middle Side Punch. Look down the arm. Horse-riding stance.
  • Step in the direction of the punching arm, turn right 180 degrees and Middle Side Punch. Horse-riding stance.
  • Step in the direction of the punching arm, turn left 180 degrees and Middle Side Punch. Horse-riding stance. Ki-yup.
  • Turn 180 degrees to the left and one arm Side Block. Fighting Stance.
  • Straighten blocking arm, step forward and Middle Punch. Front Stance.
  • Turn 180 degrees to the right and one arm Side Block. Fighting Stance.
  • Straighten blocking arm, step forward and Middle Punch. Front Stance.
  • Turn 90 degrees to the left and Low Block. Front Stance.
  • Raise blocking arm parallel with floor, step forward while turning 90 degrees left and Middle Side Punch, look down the arm. Horse-riding stance.
  • Step in the direction of the punching arm, turning right 180 degrees and Middle Side Punch. Horse-riding stance.
  • Step in the direction of the punching arm, turn left 180 degrees and Middle Side Punch. Horse-riding stance. Ki-yup.
  • Turn 180 degrees to the left and one arm Side Block. Fighting Stance.
  • Straighten blocking arm, step forward and Middle Punch. Front Stance.
  • Turn 180 degrees to the right and one arm Side Block. Fighting Stance.
  • Straighten blocking arm, step forward and Middle Punch. Front Stance.
  • Return to Ready Stance.

Reference Sources

  1. Tang Soo Do Hyung written instructions were generously supplied by My Karate Kicks, http://mykaratekicks.blogspot.com/p/hyung.html, Added - 12/8/13


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