9th Kup -Yellow Tag

The colour yellow represents the earth from which a plant sprouts and takes root as Taekwondo foundation is being laid.

Practical:

A. Four Directional Punching (5-8):

CHON JI

Movements:

There are nineteen movements in the pattern which consists of two similar parts: eight on the first representing"the Heaven" and eleven in the second "the Earth".

History:

Chon-ji, "heavenly" lake, is also the name given a large crater lake on Paektu Mountain in the Ryanggang Province of what is now North Korea and is actually an extinct volcano said to have been the first residence of the legendary founder of Korea, Dan-Gun. It is the highest peak in Korea and often referred to as the "Roof of Korea"

CHON- JI
Movements - 19
Ready Posture - PARALLEL READY STANCE

EXTRA THEORY

Chon-ji, "heavenly" lake, is also the name given a large crater lake on Paektu Mountain, an extinct volcano said to have been the first residence of the legendary founder of Korea, Dan-Gun. According to the first book of the classic I Ching, which explains all processes of growth and change in the natural world, life is based on a changing changelessness in which all aspects of reality 
possess the elements of their opposites. According to ancient philosophers, the universe came into being through the interaction of two opposing elements, which, when combined, formed the basic elements of all matter in the universe. The philosophers conceived that nothing in life is permanent, yet nothing is destroyed.

Chon-ji is appropriately named because creation is the starting point of all things and this pattern establishes 
a foundation the remaining patterns. The pattern consists of two similar parts: one part representing heaven 
and the other earth. Stances and techniques in this pattern comprise the basic movements required for 
mastery of all 24 patterns.