The 13th pattern in Tae Kwon Do is Eui-Am. Eui-Am is the third of three hyungs (patterns) required for advancement from 1st Degree Black Belt to 2nd Degree Black Belt in the International TaeKwon-Do Association. You "Yell" (YAH) on the first and last movement of Eui-Am.

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Question and Response Sequence For

  Instructor: Sound off!
  Student: Eui-Am of TaeKwon-Do Hyung.
  Instructor: How many movements?
  Student: 45.
  Instructor: What is Eui-Am?
  Student: The fictitious name of Son Byong Hi, leader of the Korean Independence movement in 1919. The 45 movements relate to his age when he changed the name "Dong Hak" (Oriental Culture), to "Chongdo Kyo" (Heavenly Way Religion) in the year 1905.

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