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Hwa Rang Sword Method

 

Level Six - 1st Geup

 

Time in Grade: 4 months (or 48 hrs)

Skills Training: 

a.) Free Form

b.) Bon Class:

Hwa Rang O-Geom ( 화 랑 5 검 )

               Pung Yi 

              Pal Pung Ta Geom-Beop:

Pal Cho Shik (parts 1&2)

    Ock-Ta Geom-Beop (옥타 검법 ) :  To face our desire to pursue pleasure.

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Level Five - 2nd Geup http://midwesthapkido.com/hwa-rang-sword-method/22-level-three-2nd-geup http://midwesthapkido.com/hwa-rang-sword-method/22-level-three-2nd-geup  

Hwa Rang Sword Method

 

Level Five - 2nd Geup

 

Time in Grade: 4 months (or 48 hrs)

Skills Training: 

a.) Lineage & History 

b.) Target Striking

Lateral Fan Parry for Thrust; Counter Strike

Vertical Fan Parry for Thrust; Counter Thrust 

Lateral Fan Parry for Thrust; Counter Thrust 

Vertical Fan Parry for Thrust; Counter Strike

c.) Sword Method:   

Snares 

Hanging Parry

Grounded Techniques

d.) Bon Class: 

Hwa Rang O-Geom: In Geom ( 화 랑 5 검 : 인 검 )

                  Pal Pung Ta Geom-Beop:

Uk Cho Shik (parts 1&2)

    Ki-Ta Geom-Beop (기타  검법 ):  To face ones' own lack of confidence

Chil Cho Shik (parts 1&2)

   Go-Ta Geom-Beop ( 고  타 검 법 ) :  To face that which is painful in our lives.

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brucew.sims@yahoo.com (Staff) Hwa Rang Sword Method Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:51:27 +0000
Level Four - 3rd Geup http://midwesthapkido.com/hwa-rang-sword-method/21-level-four-3rd-geup http://midwesthapkido.com/hwa-rang-sword-method/21-level-four-3rd-geup  

Hwa Rang Sword Method

 

Level Four - 3rd Geup

 

Time in Grade: 4 months (or 48 hrs)

Skills Training: 

a.) Three Kinds of Opportunities  ( Teum

b.) Target Drills

Body Check; Head Strike

Body Check; Wrist Strike 

Body Check; Chest Strike 

Evade Left; Descending Strike

Evade Right; Descending Strike 

c.) Sword Method:   

Body Checks and Haft Strikes

Evasions

Coils 

d.) Bon Class: 

 Hwa Rang O-Geom: Yong Geom ( 화 랑 5 검 : 용 검 )

                       8-Parry Drill: Levels Seven and Eight 

            Pal Pung Ta Geom-Beop

Sa Cho Shik (parts 1&2)

 Yeh-Ta Geom-Beop (예타  검법 ):  To face the desire to accrue honors.

O Cho Shik (parts 1&2)

    Ching-Ta Geom-Beop ( 칭타  검법 ):  To face ones' own arrogance.

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brucew.sims@yahoo.com (Staff) Hwa Rang Sword Method Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:48:08 +0000
Level Three - 4th Geup http://midwesthapkido.com/hwa-rang-sword-method/20-level-three-4th-geup http://midwesthapkido.com/hwa-rang-sword-method/20-level-three-4th-geup  

Hwa Rang Sword Method

 

Level Three - 4th Geup


 

Time in Grade: 4 months (or 48 hrs)

Skills Training: 

a.) Six Parts of the Bamboo Sword (Juk-To)

b.) Target Drills

Rising Parry; Head Strike

Outside Parry; Wrist Strike

Inside Parry;  Chest Strike 

c.) Sword Method:   

Snap Cuts

Spinning Cut

Turning Cut 

d.) Bon Class:

     Hwa Rang O-Geom: Shin Geom ( 화 랑 5 검 : 신 검 )

             8-Parry Drill: Levels Five and Six  

             Pal Pung Ta  Geom-Beop:  

E Cho Shik (parts 1&2)

        Shue-Ta Geom-Beop (쇠 티 검법 ) :  To face being distracted with too many interests.

Sam Shik (parts 1&2)

         Hyea-Ta Geom-Beop ( 혜아타  검법) :  To face the desires to speak evil of others.

 

 

Ancillary Training

 

 

 

 

Parts of the Sword – Juk-To

Hilt: (6) Byoung Hyuk

 Guard: (5) Ko-dûng-i ( 코등이 ) w/ rubber retaining washer

 Back of Sword: Is represented by a yellow cord-- (4) Dûng Jul ( 등 )which runs from the guard to the tip. The blade “edge”--- kal nal (칼날) ---of the sword is only suggested as that side of the Juk-To opposite the Dûng Jul.

 Striking Area:The area, approximately six inches long representing the area of the sword intended for making offensive contact with the target is called the (2)Tadolbu. The (3) Joong Hyuk is a leather band representing the nearest limit of the striking area while the (1) Sun Hyuk is the leather cap representing the farthest tip of the sword.)

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brucew.sims@yahoo.com (Staff) Hwa Rang Sword Method Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:43:49 +0000
Level Two - 5th Geup http://midwesthapkido.com/hwa-rang-sword-method/19-level-two-fifth-geup http://midwesthapkido.com/hwa-rang-sword-method/19-level-two-fifth-geup  

Hwa Rang Sword Method

 

Level Two - 5th Geup

 

 

Time in Grade: 4 months (or 48 hrs)

Skills Training: 

a.) O-Gae (Five Tenets)

Ch'ung: Patriotism towards One's Country

Hyo: Filial Piety towards One's Parents

Shin: Loyalty toward one's Friends  

Yong: Courage in the Face of Injustice 

In: Benevolence to All.

b.) Target Drills

Head Strike - 

Strike to the Front of the Head {Ahp Môri Chigi (앞머리 치기)}

Strike to the Side of the Head {Yang-Tchok Môri Chigi (양 쪽 머 리  치기)}

Wrist Strike - { Son Mok Chigi ( 손 목   치기)}

Waist Strike - {Hori Chigi (허리  치기)

c.) Basic Cutting - Conclusion

Ascending Cut  { Ol-lyobe-gi 

( Shallow And Steep Ascending Cut ) 

Straight Ascending Cut {            } 

d.) Basic Parries - 

Standing Fan Parry  { Panggyok }

Recumbent Fan Parry

Lower Parry

e.) Sword Method:   

One-Legged Guard Position { Kumge dongnip palsang-se ( 세(金게獨立??勢) } 

Straddle Position -  { Kima-se ( 기마세 (騎馬勢) } 

Lowered  Position { Sodo-se  (소도세 (小道勢) } 

Lateral Shuffle

Thrusts { Chirûgi  ( 치르기 ) }

Static and Dynamic

g.) Bon Class: 

            Hwa Rang O-Geom: Hyo Geom ( 화 랑 5 검 : 효 검 )

             8-Parry Drill: Levels Three and Four 

             Pal Pung Ta  Geom-Beop:  

Il Cho Shik (parts 1&2)

 Ie-Ta Geom-Beop ( 이 타 검법 ) :  To face the weakness in oneself.

 

 

Ancillary Training

 

Five Tenets (“O-Gae”) of Geom-Beop

“…..In the thirty-fifth year (613 ad.) an Assembly of the One Hundred Seats was held in Hwangnyong Monastery to expound the scriptures and havest the fruits of the blessing. The master headed the entire assembly. He used to spend days at Kach’ wi Monastery discoursing on the true path. 

          Kwisan and Ch’uhang from Saryang district came to the master’s door and, lifting up their robes, respectfully said, “We are ignorant and without knowledge. Please give us a maxim which will serve to instruct us the rest of our lives”. 

          The Won-gwang replied, “There are ten commandments in the bodhisattva ordination. But since you are subjects and sons I fear you cannot practice all of them. Now, here are five commandments for laymen:

Serve your sovereign with loyalty;

Attend your parents with filial piety;

Treat your friends with sincerity;

Do not retreat from a battlefield;

Be discriminating in the taking of life.

Exercise care in the performance of them.”

          Kwisan said, “We respect your wishes with regard to the first four. But what is the meaning of being discriminating about the taking of life?” 

          The master answered, “not to kill during the months of Spring and Summer, nor during the 6 meatless feast days, is to choose the time. Not to kill domestic animals such as cows, horses, chickens, dogs and tiny creatures whose meat is less than a mouthful is to choose the creatures. Though you may have need you should not kill often. These are good rules for laymen.” 

          Kwisan and his friend adhered to them without ever breaking them….”

(from Haedong Kosung Chon)

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brucew.sims@yahoo.com (Staff) Hwa Rang Sword Method Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:38:30 +0000
Level One - 6th Geup http://midwesthapkido.com/hwa-rang-sword-method/18-level-one-6th-geup http://midwesthapkido.com/hwa-rang-sword-method/18-level-one-6th-geup  

Hwa Rang Sword Method

 

Level One - 6th Geup

 

 

Time in Grade: 4 months (or 48 hrs)

Skills Training: 

a.) Dojang Etiquette

Standing Bow { Ip Ryeh (입 례) }

Kneeling Bow { Chwa Ryeh (좌 례) }

Three Etiquettes { Ye jôl (예 절 ) }

a.) Respect for the Flag b.) Respect for Masters and Seniors c.) Respect for Colleagues

Three Virtues

b.) Class Warm-up

Push Step - { Mi ri keon gi (밀 미 건 기 )} 

 Forward and Rearward   

Walking Step 

Three-Count Striking -  { Sam Dong Jak  ( 삼 동 작 ) }

Two-Count Striking -  { I Dong Jak  ( 이 동 작 ) }

Single-Count Striking -  { Il Dong Jak  (일 동 작 ) }

Single Count Strike w/ hopping step - { Paruen meori ( 빠른 머리) }

Forward & Rearward Push-step Cutting - { Huri-gi  (후리기)}

Alternate Oblique Cutting - { Jaue Huri-gi  (자우  후리기 ) }  

Turn-about Cutting - {MomTong Jaue Huri-gi (몸통 후리기)}

c.) Basic Cutting - Introduction

Straight Descending Cut {Chungmyeon be-gi( 중면  배기--中面) 

Left Descending Cut  { Chwa be-gi  ( 좌  배기-- 左 ) 

(Both Steep and Shallow Descending Cut)

Right Descending Cut  { U be-gi ( 우  배기-- 右 ) 

(Both Steep and Shallow Descending Cut)

Horizontal Cut  { Hwengdan be-gi (횡단  배기-- 橫斷 )

d.) Basic Parries - Introduction

High Parry

Outside Parry

Inside Parry 

e.) Sword Method:   O-Beop

Middle Guard Position - { Jung Dan Se (중 단 세)}

High Guard Position - { Eum Se ( 음  세 )}

Superior Guard Position - {Sang Dan Se (상 단 세)}

    Center (offensive) - 

    Center (defensive) 

    Left Side 

    Right Side - 

Low Guard Position - { Ha Dan Se (하 단 세)}

Rear Guard Position - {Yang Se (양 세)} 

f.) Bon Class: 

            Hwa Rang O-Geom: Chung Geom

             Salutation for Two-Person Drills { In Sa  (인 사) }

             8-Parry Drill: Levels One and Two

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brucew.sims@yahoo.com (Staff) Hwa Rang Sword Method Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:33:41 +0000