Taegeuk 7 Jang symbolizes the "Kan", one of the 8 divination signs. Kan represents the mountain, meaning solidity and firmness. New movements found within this form are sonnal araemakki, batangson kodureomakki, bojumeok kawimakki,mureupchigi,momtong hechomakki, dujumeok jeocho jireugi,arae otkoreo makki, deungjumeok bakkat chigi, pyojeok-chagi, yop-jireugi and such stances asbeomseogi and juchumseogi. A smooth connection of movement is important for training. This poomsae is practiced by 2nd Kup-grade trainees and above.
Starting with your feet together and your hands by your side open the hands whilst simultaneously lifting them to your solar plexus, then lowering and closing the fists to groin level . At the same time the feet are seperated to a shoulders width into naranhi seogi. These movements are all executed at the same time finishing in kibon jumbi seogi (basic ready stance).
Turn to the right through 180 degrees clockwise moving the right foot first into oreun beom-seogi (right cat stance) and execute a wen batangson momtong an-makki (left palm hand mid-section inner block)
Twist the upper part of the body anticlockwise whilst drawing back the right fist to the left ear and use impulsive power of twisting clockwise to deliver deungjumeok olgul ap-chigi (front back fist strike) whilst leaving the assisting fist in its assisting position.