Keumgang, meaning diamond, is symbolised by hardness. Mount Keumgang, which is regarded as the centre of the national spirit and the origin of Keumgang Yoksa (warrior named by Buddha) who represents the mightiest warrior, is the spiritual foundation of this form. the line of movements symbolises the Chinese character for mountain.
The movements of the Poomsae should be performed powerfully and with good balance to demonstrate the dignity of the Keumgang spirit.
There are 27 movements in Poomsae Keumgang. This form is for the 2nd Dan.