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#355512 - 08/10/07 11:20 AM Chong Bong Forms
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Does anyone know where you can find these forms? They teach them at my school, but I would like to find videos or diagrams that show the movements. This would help my friends & I greatly.

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#355513 - 08/31/07 11:30 AM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: keysorsoze]
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Wow, I'm impressed, somebody else that has actually heard of these forms lol. When I started Tae Kwon Do 5 years ago I searched forever and a day for some online videos of these forms and could never find them. I also have never come across anyone who has ever heard of them before until this very moment.

Are you looking for all of them or just one in paticular? While I don't have access to a video camera to tape myself doing them for you I'd be happy to answer any questions (up to Chong Bong 4).

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#355514 - 11/27/07 06:46 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: Christie]
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what are chong bong forms?
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#355515 - 11/27/07 06:55 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: TKD-Skippi]
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CxomiUlfDI

Here i found a clip.Written different ,..but the same as you talk about?


Edited by vingaard (11/27/07 06:57 PM)

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#355516 - 12/17/07 12:49 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: vingaard]
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That Youtube clip is Chong Bong 2. But it is 90% correct.

Chong Bong forms originated from my school in Minneapolis.

http://www.wmacenter.com/

There are 10 forms. 1-7 are open handed, 8 is a Chinese broad sword, 9 is the staff and 10 is two small knives.

I know 1-8 and working on 9.

The forms have some kung-fu influance.

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#355517 - 01/26/08 05:44 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: vingaard]
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some of those moves resemble the techniques in my system's version of gae-baek. i saw a 9-block, and a backfist in female stance with the non-striking hand under the elbow. are these forms older/more traditional?
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#355518 - 01/26/08 07:50 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: TKD_X]
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Female stance ??????

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#355519 - 01/27/08 02:44 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: VDJ]
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lol yes. i believe some call it an X stance. the name comes from a kung fu system that called it that.
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#355520 - 01/28/08 10:26 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: TKD_X]
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In response to Puffy,

Just wanted to make a correction.

The Chung Bong forms were invented by Master Jay Hyon who passed them on to many, including Master Ro.

And as far as I know, that form on utube is closest to Chung Bong 2.

Forms 1-7 I hear will be posted on www.karatenorth.com soon.

-KN

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#355521 - 02/01/08 03:41 AM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: KarateNorth]
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The original school teaching the Chung Bong series was Karate Center in MN.

Now you can view them at http://karatenorth.com/kn.videos.html as promised.

Keep on kickin!
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#355522 - 03/26/08 01:38 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: KarateNorth]
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Yes, Jay Hyon did invent Chong Bong 1 through 7.
Hee Sang Ro developed the other weapons forms 8-10.

Karate Center is the old name of World Martial Arts Center, which is in the same location.

After watching the U-Tube video I think it is Cong Bong 1 and not 2. Chong Bong 2 has an initial portion that moves along the horizontal axis.

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#355523 - 03/26/08 05:14 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: vingaard]
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Quote:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CxomiUlfDI

Here i found a clip.Written different ,..but the same as you talk about?




Is it just me or is this guy punching too late ? It looks like he steps and is taking his next step (or almost is) before he executes his punches. It just doesn't look right to me.

VDJ

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#355524 - 03/27/08 07:36 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: VDJ]
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It looks cool, but there are some additional elements not in the form. The way it ends looks a bit like TG O-Jang.

The other clips are correct in form.

The Sword form version is pretty fun. But it not as flashy as some Wushu forms I have seen. Many of the movements are similar to CH 7...

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#428806 - 08/02/10 06:45 PM Re: Chong Bong Forms [Re: KarateNorth]
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