Pihagi (피하기) Evading or Dodging

Biteureo-pihagi (비틀어피하기) Twisting Evasive Technique

An evading technique of twisting the performer’s upper body. This is an evasive skill of twisting the upper body to the left when the left foot is in front or to the right when the right foot is in front.

Teureo-pihagi (틀어피하기) Turning Evasive Technique Technique

A technique of evading by turning the upper body. This is a dodging skill by turning the upper body to the right when the left foot is in front or turning it to the left when the right foot is in front.

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Techniques of moving the performer’s body to evade or dodge the opponent’s attack.


Sugyeo-pihagi (숙여피하기) Ducking Evasive Technique

A dodging technique by lowering the upper body. This is an evasive skill of lowering the performer's upper body forward and duckling one’s posture to avoid the opponent’s attack.

 

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These are skills to avoid the opponent’s attack by turning or twisting the performer's body to the left or right or by lowering it forward or leaning it backward.

Jeocheo-pihagi (젖혀피하기) Back Leaning Evasive Technique

A technique of leaning the upper body backward to evade the opponent’s attack. This is a skill of evading the opponent’s attack by leaning the performer's upper body backward and lowering the posture.