2nd Kup

Physical:
As per the Black Belt grading:
Sidekick hold- Turning kicks- Push ups- Squats- Tuck Jumps
At the wall- Goro chagi, Dollyo chagi, Yop cha jirugi

Hand Techniques:
Annun Sogi Sonbadak Miro Makgi (Sitting Stance Palm Pushing Block)
Gunnun Sogi Kyocha Joomuk Noolyo Makgi (Walking Stance X-Fist Pressing Block)
Gunnun Sogi Sonkut Tulgi (Walking Stance Flat Finger Tip Thrust)
Niunja Doo An Palmok Miro Makgi (L-Stance Double Forearm Pushing Block)
Niunja Sogi Sonkal Dung Makgi (L-Stance Reverse Knifehand Block)
Niunja Sogi Ollyo Jirugi (L-Stance Upward Punch)
Gojung Sogi Digutja Makgi (Fixed Stance U-Shaped Block)
L-Stance Outer Forearm Low Block (new technique)
Walking Stance Twin Upward Block (new technique)

Kicking Techniques:
Yop Dollyo Chagi, Yop Dollyo Chagi (Turning Kick & Turning Kick (as done in Hwa-Rang)
Yop Dollyo Chagi, Yop Cha Jirugi (Turning Kick & Side Piercing Kick)
Naeryo Chagi, Yop Cha Jirugi (Downward Kick & Side Piercing Kick)
Twio Dollymo Yop Cha Jirugi 180 degrees (Jumping Mid-air Side Piercing Kick 180 degrees)
Yop Dollyo Chagi, Dwicha Jirugi (Turning Kick & Back Kick (put foot down after 1st kick)
Bandae Dollyo Chagi (Back Reverse Turning Kick)
Bandae Dollyo Chagi, Yop Cha Jirugi (Back Reverse Turning Kick & Side Piercing Kick)
Yop Dollyo moving across the floor forwards & backwards with right leg and left leg.

Patterns:
Hwa-Rang
Toi-Gye
Joong-Gun/Yuk-Gok/Won-Hyo/Do-San/Dan-Gun

Self Defence:
Rear Chokehold, Side Chokehold, Swing Punch, Bear Hug

Step Sparring:
1 Step Sparring, 2 Step Sparring, 3 Step Sparring

Special Technique:
Choose 1 from:
Overhead kick
Jump turning kick
Jump back kick
Flying side kick

Power:
Choose 1 hand technique from:
Knifehand strike
Middle punch
Front elbow strike

Choose 1 foot technique from:
Step in side kick
Turning kick (from the back leg)

Sparring:
3 rounds of 1.5 minutes

Theory

Hwa-Rang is named after the Hwa-Rang youth group, which originated in the Silla Dynasty in the early 7th century. The 29 movements refer to the 29th Infantry Division, where Taekwon-Do developed into maturity.

(29 movements)