The 24th pattern in Tae Kwon Do is Tong-Il. Tong-Il is the second of two hyungs (patterns) required for advancement from 5th Degree Black Belt to 6th Degree Black Belt in the International TaeKwon-Do Association. You "Yell" (YAH) only on the last movement of Tong-Il.

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Question and Response Sequence For

  Instructor: Sound off!
  Student: Tong-Il of TaeKwon-Do Hyung.
  Instructor: How many movements?
  Student: 56.
  Instructor: What does Tong-Il represent?
  Student: It denotes the resolution of the unification of Korea which has been divided since 1945. The foot diagram symbolizes the homogenous race.

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