Taekwondo is a Korean martial art known for its emphasis on kicking techniques.
- Jeek Gi (Axe-Kick): A kick that is aimed at the enemies head. If the enemy should duck, Kisara is able to change her pivot in mid air and swing her heel down on her opponent's head like an axe.
- Fushu: A high angle thrust kick aimed for the head. Given the resemblance to Korui Nuki, it is likely that this technique, or at least Kisara's use of it, represents the force, while the Korui Nuki incorporates analysis of the opponent's open spots.
- Twim Yeo Kijitora Yup Cha Jirugi: A high kick to the opponents face.
- Neko-Kick (Cat Kick): A very powerful side kick aimed at the opponent's head.
- Back Kick: A very basic, but powerful back kick to the opponent using the movements of a cat.
- Double Tornado Nyagi: One of Kisara's most powerful techniques. Kisara jumps in the air, performs a spin with her knees raised, swings one of her legs downward, then hits the enemies face with the other leg crashing down.
- Double Chagi: Kisara strikes the opponent with both of her legs crashing down simultanously
- Mikeyopuchagi: a series of powerful rapid fire kicks to the opponent's body.
- Vandal Chagiri: Kisara strikes the opponent a powerful roundhouse kick to the face.
- Pandal Chagi: a powerful kick to the side of the body.
- Hammer Kick: a powerful kick performed by holding her one of her legs over her head then releasing to strike the top of the opponent's head.
- Double Hammer Kick: even more powerful than the Hammer kick, Kisara first holds one of her legs over her head and releases it downward to the top of the head, then releases the other leg downward, right on top of the first leg, adding more power to the kick.
- Chatora Narechagi: sends a powerful kick to the mid-section of the opponent.
- Twim Yeo Pandatol Ryochagi: A kick by using the a spinning back kick.