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Taegeuk Sa Jang (also spelled Taegeuk Sah Jang) is the fourth of eight "taegeuk" forms (i.e., poomsae) used by Kukkiwon and the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF). The word "Sa" is the number 4 in the sino-Korean numbering system. Each taegeuk form is represented by a trigram (such as ☳); trigrams are divination symbols derived from the I Ching. The trigram for Taegeuk Sa Jang represents the concept of "Jin." Jin represents thunder, symbolizing great power and dign... Taekwondo, Judo, Hapkido, Jiu Jitsu, Aikido, Karate, Tkd, Taekwondo Training, Taekwondo Forms

Taegeuk Sa Jang (also spelled Taegeuk Sah Jang) is the fourth of eight "taegeuk" forms (i.e., poomsae) used by Kukkiwon and World Taekwondo (WT). The word "Sa" is the number 4 in the sino-Korean numbering system. Each taegeuk form is represented by a trigram (such as ☳); trigrams are divination symbols derived from the I Ching. The trigram for Taegeuk Sa Jang represents the concept of "Jin." Jin represents thunder, symbolizing great power and dignity. The power can be seen, for example, in…

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In English, a single taekwondo technique might go by more than one name. For example, a skip roundhouse kick might also be called a leading-leg roundhouse kick. The same is true in Korean: a single technique might be known by more than one name. For this reason, different taekwondo websites (including this one) might use several different names for the same technique. The naming problem is further exacerbated by the fact that the same Korean word can be romanized into the English alphabet in…

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