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ChunJiDo / Robert Cutrell / Video Library > Chunji Kata Introduction Video Length: 0min. 31sec.
Grandmaster Robert Cutrell gives a introduction, explaining what the Chunji Kata represents and what pattern it uses.
Chunji is a kata from the International Taekwondo Federation (ITF). ‘Literally Chun-Ji means heaven and earth. It is…interpreted as the creation of the world or the beginning of human history. Therefore it is one of the initial patterns done by the beginner. This pattern has two separate parts – one to represent the heavens, the other the earth.’ Chunji is the first form done at the yellow belt level. The yellow belt is the second belt in the ChunJiDo system. The yellow belt represents the sun which helps things grow. This belt symbolizes the beginning of growth in the martial arts. Also, the yellow belt represents sweat from the hard work of training.
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Robert Cutrell
Grandmaster Robert Cutrell
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