is a natural reply. But of course this is also what white expects.
White has a big number of variations after this.
White can jump out, attach or play a keima.
The keima looks like a soft move. The question for black is which side he wants to build his influence towards.
If the top right corner is important than is usually correct.
After exchanging for , is a clever move to make shape.
It is possible for black to play a hane with but white will cut it. After settling the cutting stones will be even more forcing. So black should not play a hane if it's only to put more pressure on white.