Taegeuk YUK Jang symbolizes the "Kam", one of the 8 divination signs. Kam represents water, meaning incessant flow and softness. New movements found within this taegeuk are hansonnal olgul bitureo makki,dollyo-chagiolgul bakkat-makkiarae hecho makki, and batangson momtong-makki. One should ensure that the kicking foot lands on the ground correctly after dollyo-chagi and that the hand is lowered by a palm's desitance at the time a batangson momtong-makki is deleivered lower than in the palmok-makki. This poomsae is practiced by 3rd Kup-grade trainees and above.

Written by Conrad Howard — November 22, 2012

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