Day 3 : tired and sore from almost 12 hours poomsae training wit GM Hwang, In Sik. Started at 8 with competition rules. I apologise I don't know the name od the GM who spoke. Good class with a lot of interaction. Dr. Kilian (think is his name), an s class IR, and master Gonzales assisted with good q&a. Good demo of kyungo's and gam jeom's. Next up was kyroogi theory and tecniques with Master Jimmy Kim. Covered all techniques and then he shared training tech's he uses for his athletes. He covered polymetrics and agility drills as well as how to deal with athletes mental state. HE WAS AWESOME!!! His attitude and demeanor made everyone at ease. No wonder he is such a great coach. Lunch actually did not suck. Enchiladas, beans, rice and other mexican specialties. Still overpriced but decent. Testing started at 130. No answers give to us. Entire section on tkd counseling(except for one question)was gone. Nothing about first aid either. The rest was same as before if I remember correctly. Think I aced it. The poomsae part consisted of #7 and taebaek. Those who messed up, about 20-25, were pointed out amond the judges. I saw some of the worst side kicks. Ugh... They told us if mistakes were made or if we did not finish in same spot we would fail. After all were done we were told some did well, some mediocre and some that will need to repeat at next course. As for me, I took the written course but was not called up for poomsae as I already have 3rd class and am not eligible for 2nd class for another year (after I get 6th Dan). I wanted to fo up but my name was not on list. One judge came up to me after and commended me for showing up just for the exp.. Overall the course was good. A few bumps here and there but well worth it for me. Until next time..... YOU ARE AWESOME!!!!!