Taegeuk Ee-Jang represents the concept of Tae or joy and is symbolized by the image of a lake. Joy is a clear, relaxed mind. The 18 movements (23 techniques) of Ee-Jang are made with relaxed fluidity but still firm and correct. Taegeuk Ee-Jang involves a greater shift between the stances compared to the first Taegeuk to help the progressing student to further their balance and combination skills.
Shape of Taegeuk ii-jang movements