Robinson's Korean Karate TKD practices the Tae Geuk forms. Here are the forms and their meaning.
Tae Guek - Il Jang (Keon)
Keon means the beginning of everything in the universe.
Tae Guek - Yi Jang (Tae)
Tae means that one feels strength on the inside and is gentle or soft on the
Tae Guek - Sam Jang (Yi)
Yi means fire which is used by man, giving him the heat and passion.
Tae Guek - Sa Jang (Jin)
Jin means that one should remain calm and brave even when faced with danger.
Tae Guek - Oh Jang (Son)
Son means the wind, which is sometimes strong and forceful, but most of the
time is calm gentle and good natured.
Tae Guek - Yook Jang (Gam)
Gam means water, which always flows onward, teaching one to always go forward
even when faced with hardships.
Tae Guek - Chil Jang (Kan)
Kan means mountain. One should be strong and solid like a mountain. If one
has a strong foundation, then they will not be easily swayed by others.
Tae Guek - Pal Jang (Gon)
Gon means earth. The earth embodies all things. Man depends on the earth
to grow necessities from which we all survive