Technique number nine is in place
jump back kick at closed stance against the front leg attack. The Korean term is Jejari Twio Dwi Chagi. Jejari is in place. Twio is jump. Dwi Chagi is back kick. The first step is to wait until he moves in. The second step is to make a timely jump back kick with minimum weight but maximum precision. The primary target is the middle section and the secondary is the neck. In competition move out immediately after the jump kick to prevent your opponent from
counter-attacking to your head.