Instructions for Taekwondo Palgwe Form 3 (Sam Jang)

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Instructions for Taekwondo Palgwe Form 3 (Sam Jang)

Here are written and video instructions for Taekwondo Palgwe Form 3 (Sam Jang). Step-by-step written instructions for this form are on the bottom of the page.

Palgwe color belt forms are not part of the official curriculum for WTF or ITF Taekwondo schools. Taekwondo Palgwe forms were used before the WTF (World Taekwondo Federation) switched to Taegeuk forms. Nevertheless, Palgwe is still used at many Taekwondo schools. However, please be aware that while Palgwe forms have similar names to the color belt WTF Taegeuk forms (i.e. Sam Jang), they are completely different forms/patterns. Check with your Taekwondo instructor to see if your school uses Palgwe or Taegeuk forms.

For more Palgwe forms, please visit the main Palgwe Taekwondo Forms page.

Instructional Video for Plagwe Form 3

Demonstration Video for Plagwe Form 3

Written Instruction for Taekwondo Palgwe Form 3 (Sam Jang)

  • Ready stance.
  • Turn left 90 degrees, left front stance, left low block
  • Step forward, right front stance, right middle punch
  • Turn right 180 degrees, right front stance, right low block
  • Step forward, left front stance, left middle punch
  • Turn left 90 degrees, left front stance, left low block
  • Step forward, right front stance, right high block
  • Step forward, left front stance, left high block
  • Step forward, right front stance, right high punch, yell (kihap)
  • Turn left 270 degrees, right back stance, double knife hand block
  • Step forward, left back stance, double knife hand block
  • Turn right 180 degrees, left back stance, double knife hand block
  • Step forward, right back stance, double knife hand block
  • Turn left 90 degrees, right back stance, left outside block
  • Turn right 180 degrees, left back stance, right outside block,
  • Step back, right back stance, left inside block
  • Step back, left back stance, right inside block
  • Step back, right back stance, left inside block
  • Turn right 180 degrees, left back stance, right outside block
  • Turn left 270 degrees, left front stance, left high block
  • Step forward, right front stance, right high punch
  • Turn right 180 degrees, right front stance, right high block
  • Step forward, left front stance, right high punch, yell (kihap)
  • Return to ready stance.

References

  1. Written instructions for Taekwondo Palgwe Form 3 (Sam Jang) are courtesy of Black Belt Wiki

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