Poomsae, Kyukpa and Kyoruki are three components of Taekwondo practice. Poomsae is a line of movements based on the traditional Oriental ideas involved in the name of each Poomsae. Practitioners can learn defensive and offensive techniques against an imaginary opponent through practice of Poomsae from easy to complex, difficult ones.
Kyukpa means breaking. Practitioners can measure their precision of Taekwondo training by breaking solid objects such as planks, bricks and roof tiles with hands, fists, elbows and feet as body weapons.
Kyoruki is the actual sparring between two people with defensive and offensive techniques they have acquired through Poomsae practice. There are two different kinds of Kyoruki according to restrictions on techniques performed.
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