Turn 270 degrees to the left by shifting the left leg and pivoting on the right.
Move into right front stance (oreun ap kubi) with left mountain block (we santul makki).
Note: The front stance in this movement is not quite the same as the regular front stance; it is longer and narrower.
Note: The low block determines the "side" of the one-side mountain block. In this case, the left arm executes the low block while the right arm executes the mountain block. Therefore, it is a left mountain block.