Kim Jae Hoon


Kim Jae Hoon was taught TaeKwonDo by his father, Kim Kaphwan, and is a brother to Dong Hwan. Jae Hoon admires his father, so he fights more like him than Dong Hwan does, and is also a much more serious fighter than his brother. Like his father, he has a strong sense of justice and chivalry, but unlike his brother, he establishes his strength through dedication and constant practice.


Garou: Mark of the Wolves

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The King of Fighters 2000 (as striker), Card Fighters Clash 2

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Page Updated:  Feb. 19th, 2023

Jae Hoon nicely took Kim's place in the Garou: Mark of the Wolves. He's clearly a lot more serious than his goof-off brother... easily the "cooler" of the two. Kim Jae Hoon has an awesome fighting style very similar to his father's, and a similar personality as well. He's also a great representation of Tae KwonD o in 2D form and uses many authentic TKD kicks (as well as some impossible-in-real-life ones). ;)

All in all, he's a great addition to Garou, and a very effective character in terms of his play style. If you're not careful, he'll mess you up! Back in the day when I used to be competitive online, I remember running into some really tough players that used Jae Hoon. And damn do his kicks hurt! 

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