Gupinsonmok (굽힌손목): technically known as ‘Bent Wrist’

It is the joint area between the back of the hand and the back of the wrist (area) which is bent inward.



Deungjumeok (등주먹): technically known as ‘Back Knuckle’

The upper part of the first two knuckles of the index finger and the middle finger when a punch is delivered



Dwichuk (뒤축) : Bottom of the Heel

The rear part of the sole.



Modumsonkkeut (모둠손끝): technically known as ‘Curled Fingertips’

The fingertips of the five fingers all curled together.

 

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Gomson (곰손) : technically known as ‘Curled Hand’

Indicating the parts including the heel of the palm (Batangson: Palm Heel) and the third knuckles of the fingers except the thumb which are more tightly rolled into the palm than those of Pyeonjumeok (Half-clenched Fist).

Deungpalmok (등팔목) : Back of the Wrist

The upper side of the wrist when a punch is delivered.



Moeundusonkkeut (모은두손끝): technically known as ‘Combined Two Fingertips’

The fingertips of the index finger and the middle finger are stretched and closed together while other three fingers are rolled into the palm.

 


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Gawisonkkeut (가위손끝) : technically known as ‘Scissors Fingertips’

The fingertips of the index finger and the middle finger, stretched and opened apart while three other fingers are rolled into the palm.

Mejumeok (메주먹) : technically known as ‘Hammer Hand’

The outside edge of the fist when a punch is delivered.

Dwikkumchi (뒤꿈치): Back of the Heel

The edge of the heel where it joins the Achilles tendon.