Patterns>Chang-hon pattern set>Ul-ji

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The pattern is named after General Ul Ji Mun-dok, who successfully defended Korea against a Tang invasion force of nearly one million soldiers led by Yang Je in 612 AD. Ul-ji, employing hit and run guerilla tactics, was able to decimate a large number of the opposing force.

Pattern movements

Number of Movements: 42 (The 42 movements represent General Choi Hong Hi's age when he developed the pattern).

Diagram of movements

Pattern performance

There are numerous videos and explanations of the pattern movements available on the internet that show how to perform the pattern in the way preferred by your instructor, school, or organization. The following is an example of the ITF way to perform the pattern.

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