List of Tang Soo Do Forms (Hyung)

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List of Tang Soo Do Forms (Hyung)

This page provides details on Tang Soo Do forms (hyung). It provides videos and written instructions to help you prepare you for your next Tang Soo Do belt test. Hyung (forms) are used in Tang Soo Do in order to practice certain martial arts techniques (i.e. kicking combinations) as well as for conditioning purposes, muscle memory, focus/concentration, etc. In order to master these Tang Soo Do forms, you must also have proper Tang Soo Do stances, etc.

However, be aware that many Tang Soo Do schools add extra forms (hyung) to their curriculum, have their forms (hyung) in different orders/sequences and occasionally modify existing forms (hyung). In addition, schools belonging to different Tang Soo Do associations have different form (hyung) requirements. Therefore, please check with your instructor for the proper techniques and Tang Soo Do forms (hyung) used at your school.

While many Tang Soo Do schools start with the Ki Cho forms, World Tang Soo Do Association schools start with Sae Kye Hyung (see the bottom of this page).

Martial Arts Books - Tang Soo Do

Tang Soo Do Hyung or Forms - Videos & Written Instructions

World Tang Soo Do Association Forms (Hyung) - Initial color belt forms use Sae Kye versus non-WTSDA schools that use Ki Cho.

Tang Soo Do - Chil Sung Forms - Please be aware that Chil Sung forms are not used by all Tang Soo Do schools.

Tang Soo Do - Yuk Ro Forms - Please be aware that Yuk Ro forms are not used by all Tang Soo Do schools.

  • Yuk Ro Cho Dan (Du Mun)
  • Yuk Ro Ee Dan (Joong Jol)
  • Yuk Ro Sam Dan (Po Wol)
  • Yuk Ro Sa Dan (Yang Pyun)
  • Yuk Ro Oh Dan (Sahl Chu)
  • Yuk Ro Yuk Dan (Choong Ro)



Demonstration of Tang Soo Do Form 1 - Form was done slowly to help visualize steps

Instructional Video for Tang Soo Do - Ki Cho Il Bu Hyung




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