Instructions for Taekwondo Forms & Patterns

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Instructions for Taekwondo Forms & Patterns

This section provides videos & instructions for various Taekwondo forms & patterns including Taegeuk, ITF and Palgwe. This will help students to master these forms and patterns in order to pass their belt tests. However, be aware that forms & patterns can vary slightly across schools. Therefore, please check with your Taekwondo instructor when in doubt or if you have a question.

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