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Taegeuk Two – Ee Jang

 

The diagram for Taegeuk two symbolises ‘tae,’ which signifies cheerfulness and happiness.  A person who is filled with happiness is a person possessing inner strength as well as maintaining and conveying to others a sense of serenity and balance.


 

Taegeuk Two Depiction

Taegeuk 2

Taegeuk 2

 

Taegeuk Two Techniques

Order

Stance

Technique(s)

Korean

1

Short

Low block Arae-makki

2

Front

Body punch Momtong bandae-jireugi

3

Short

Low block Arae-makki

4

Front

Body punch Momtong bandae-jireugi

5

Short

Inner body block Momtong an-makki

6

Short

Inner body block Momtong an-makki

7

Short

Low block Arae-makki

8

Front

Front kick + face punch Ap-chagi + olgul-jireugi

9

Short

Low block Arae-makki

10

Front

Front kick + face punch Ap-chagi + olgul-jireugi

11

Short

Face block Olgul-makki

12

Short

Face block Olgul-makki

13

Short

Inner body block Momtong an-makki

14

Short

Inner body block Momtong an-makki

15

Short

Low block Arae-makki

16

Short

Front kick + body punch Ap-chagi + momtong bandae-jireugi

17

Short

Front kick + body punch Ap-chagi + momtong bandae-jireugi

18

Short

Front kick + body punch “kihap” Ap-chagi + momtong bandae-jireugi

19

Parallel

Left foot moves Kibon jumbi-seogi
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