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Taekwondo Taegeuk Poomse # 1-8
Taekwondo Taegeuk Poomse 1-8
Actor: Sang H. Kim
Genres: Action & Adventure, Sports, Exercise & Fitness
UR     2002     1hr 12min

The Taeguek Poomse DVD contains the complete system of taegeuk poomse for at home practice, testing and competition requirements up to 1st degree black belt. Follow along in both front and side views as Sang H. Kim shares ...  more »


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Actor: Sang H. Kim
Genres: Action & Adventure, Sports, Exercise & Fitness
Sub-Genres: Martial Arts, Martial Arts, Exercise & Fitness
Studio: Turtle Press
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 04/01/2002
Release Year: 2002
Run Time: 1hr 12min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 3
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Saved me more than once
Mark Quinn | St Louis, MO | 06/16/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This DVD has gotten me through more than one belt test. It's a great way to review each poomse at home so you don't have to spend a lot time bothering the higher ranking students in your class for help when you forget a movement. I use it to practice each new form as I learn it from my instructor and to review all of my lower belt forms for testing. The different views (front, side, rear, etc) make it easy to see the movements and Master Kim's performance is top notch. Just don't let anyone borrow your copy or you'll have to nag them to get it back."
A great way to review your forms
Beast Novot | Tennessee | 04/27/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This video by Master Sang H Kim is an excellent review of the first 8 WTF forms for colored belt testing. As such, it does not teach the basics (how to step, block, punch, etc). Instead it gives three demonstrations on how to perform the form (at full speed) and a step by step walkthrough. I have found it very beneficial to my review of forms, and have learned some new ones which were not included in my training. I use it on a regular basis and recommend it.

That being said, the production quality is not the highest, and it appears to have been filmed in someone's backyard (a very nice backyard, however!). However, the purpose of the video is to review forms in a concise educational manner, and I feel that an excellent job was done with this goal in mind."
Love the DVD format!
Andy Myers | Newport News, VA | 04/14/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I had this title on video and it was one of the first DVDs I bought after getting my player for christmas. Not only is the DVD picture clearer and sharper, the audio quality is better than on the tape as well. But the best part is the way the menu lets you jump around without spending time searching by way of fast forward or rewind. If you're reviewing for a test or need a quick refresher of the forms, you can work on #4 then jump right to #2 or #8 without having to keep stopping and checking for the form you need, like you would with a tape. I also liked the bonus footage of the applications. While we don't practice these at my school, it's nice to know what the movements are supposed to be for. A great DVD - I definitely recommend to anyone doing WTF style TKD."
Super Learning Aid
David D. Willis | Atlanta GA | 12/27/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I got my black belt in ITF style taekwondo and have recently moved to a WTF style. I bought this DVD to learn the WTF forms to test for black belt at my new school and in less than four months, I'm up to red belt level. This is a great learning tool. I can practice at home without bothering my instrutor or the upper belts at my new school. Sang H. Kim's performance is very crisp and his instruction is detailed and goes beyond just do this move then do that move. He explains the little things that will help you make your performance above average. My instructor has complimented me more than once on my forms and I credit this DVD with helping me perfect the little things as well as the sequence of the movements."