9. Again turning to the opposite direction, the lines, strokes, and spaces between the scripts have to be clear and visible. Because the sound naturally produced in carving space nis ‘teg teg’, the step is called teg-ju. Normally after teg-ju, the visibility of the scripts appears quite clear; it is called Ched-jey for making it half-way accomplishment.
10. & 11. Tsug-ju and teg-ju are done repeatedly till the woodblock script appears satisfactorily for printing.