|Who is it?||Actor|
|Birth Day||June 20, 1992|
|Age||28 YEARS OLD|
|National team||South Korea|
|Education||Juseong University, Chungbuk Physical Education High School, Iwon Middle School, Iwon Elementary School|
|Medal record Men's archery Representing South Korea Olympic Games 2016 Rio de Janeiro Team World Championships 2011 Torino Individual 2011 Torino Team 2015 Copenhagen Individual 2015 Copenhagen Team World Cup 2012 Tokyo Individual Asian Games 2010 Guangzhou Individual 2010 Guangzhou Team Men's archeryRepresenting South KoreaOlympic GamesWorld ChampionshipsWorld CupAsian Games||2016 Rio de JaneiroTeam2011 TorinoIndividual2011 TorinoTeam2015 CopenhagenIndividual2015 CopenhagenTeam2012 TokyoIndividual2010 GuangzhouIndividual2010 GuangzhouTeam|
|Revised Romanization||Gim U-jin|
Kim was part of the 2011 World Archery Championships gold medal winning men's team, and won the individual gold medal at the 2011 World Archery Championships and the 2012 FITA Archery World Cup. Despite this, he was not selected for the 2012 Korean Olympic team.
In 2015, Kim was again selected for the Korean national team, and became the first man since 1985 to win the World Archery Championships twice.
During the 2016 Summer Olympics, Kim set a world record during the individual men's qualifying round with a score of 700 out of a possible 720 (held under World Archery Federation rules at a distance of 70 meters). The previous record of 699 was set by Im Dong-hyun (also of South Korea) at the 2012 Olympics. However, in a major upset, Kim lost 2-6 in the second round in the individual category to Indonesia's Riau Ega Agatha. He was also one of the three members of the South Korean men's team who won the Olympic gold medal in the team competition.