Continuing from my previous post on this topic: http://cheongnyongyu.com/2016/11/13/taekwondo-forms-the-forms-that-werent-included/, there are a few more forms that are not included in my book Taekwondo Forms.
- The ten new Kukki-won forms – these forms had not yet been designed when I wrote the book
- The Kukki-won forms Hallyu and Bigak – apparently unfinished and never officially promoted
- The older version of the Kukki-won form Koryeo
- The forms reported to have been practised in early Changmu-kwan and Kangdeok-won – very little is known for certain about these forms
- The Chilseong and Yungno forms, as well as the form Hwasun, from modern Mudeok-kwan and designed by Hwang Ki
- Other forms from Karate practised in the early years of Taekwondo, and still practised in some Tangsudo schools, such as Oshipsabo
I intend, at some point, to publish a second edition of Taekwondo Forms, perhaps with some of the above forms included in it. The purpose of the book is to be an overview of forms in Taekwondo, rather than an instructional text for the forms of any one style, therefore it’s important for the book to document as many forms as possible.