In this paper, a perception-empathy biofeedback (PEBF) system is proposed that supplements the foot pressure status of a paralyzed foot with a wearable vibrotactile biofeedback (BF) vest to the back. Improvements in the ankle dorsiflexion and push-off movement in the swing phase and pre-swing phase, respectively, can be expected after using the proposed system. However, the results of the 3 week pilot clinical tests suggest that significant improvement is only observed for the push-off movement. It is assumed that the attention required to recognize the BF was beyond the ability of the patients. In this paper, a dual task (40 s walking and performing mental arithmetic at the same time) was conducted with the following conditions: no vibrations and providing BF to the lower back and the entire back. According to the results, the ankle joint angle of the paralyzed side at push-off under the entire back condition is statistically significant (p = 0.0780); however, there are no significant changes under the lower back condition (p = 0.4998). Moreover, the ankle joint angle of the paralyzed side at the initial contact is statistically significant with respect to the lower back condition (p = 0.0233) and shows a significant trend for the entire back condition (p = 0.0730). The results suggest that the limited attention capacity of hemiplegic patients fails to improve both dorsiflexion and push-off movements; moreover, ankle motion can be promoted if attention is concentrated on recognizing focalized vibratory feedback patterns.