Taegeuk EE Jang symbolizes the "Tae", one of the 8 divination signs. Tae signifies inner firmness and outer softness. Olgul jireugi is used for the first time in this Taegeuk poomsae and apchagi appears more frequently than in Taegeuk IL Jang. This poomsae is practiced by 7th 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).
Keeping the left hand in the blocking position (wen momtong anmakki) from the previous movement move the left foot to the left through 90 degrees into wen ap seogi (left walking stance), and execute a wen arae makki (left outer forearm low block)