The 12th pattern in Tae Kwon Do is Ge-Baek. Ge-Baek is the second 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 Ge-Baek.

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Question and Response Sequence For

  Instructor: Sound off!
  Student: Ge-Baek of TaeKwon-Do Hyung.
  Instructor: How many movements?
  Student: 44.
  Instructor: Who was Ge-Baek?
  Student: A great general in the Paekche Dynasty (600 A.D.). The foot diagram represents his severe and strict military discipline.

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