The "TKD" from Pyongwon Hyung refers to the techniques or movements in the Pyongwon form (Hyung) in Taekwondo (TKD). Pyongwon is one of the forms or patterns (also known as 'tul' or 'poomsae') practiced in Taekwondo. Each form in Taekwondo is a series of defensive and offensive movements performed against imaginary opponents, demonstrating the application of various techniques.

Pyongwon means "plain" or "vast plain," symbolizing the source of life and the ground where human beings live and grow. The form is typically practiced by advanced students, as it is one of the black belt forms. It consists of a series of kicks, punches, blocks, and stances that are performed in a specific sequence. The movements in Pyongwon Hyung are designed to be both practical in self-defense situations and aesthetically pleasing for demonstration purposes.

Understanding the specific techniques and movements in Pyongwon requires detailed study and practice under the guidance of a qualified Taekwondo instructor. Each movement has its own purpose and is performed with precision and power, reflecting the principles of Taekwondo.