The symbol of Palgwae two “Ee Jang” is Tae.
Tae is said to symbolize “inner firmness and outer gentleness,” the archetype being a river or lake: gentle and flowing at the boundaries, but firm and resolute underneath. The idea is that movements in this form should be fluid, and yet be performed firmly, with good control.
The form is for the 7th Gup. There are 20 movements.