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Palgwe Beginner Forms





Kibon One


Palgwe poomse are beginners forms, but before a student learns them, they are introduced to one or two Kibon forms.

There are eight pal gwe forms. Yet in WTF taekwondo style, there are even simpler beginner forms called Kibon. Kibon vary but have the same purpose, to introduce the student to basic techniques.

Kibon forms develop the most basic stances, blocks and punches. They serve the beginner student by helping to learn the progression of a form, which way to turn and basic coordination.

There are two Kibon forms. Click the link below for an illustrated version of the 20 step Kibon form 1 or Kibon Il Jong.

Kibon One


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