Name: Kim Kaphwan
Current Age: 36
Birthplace: South Korea
Resides in: South Town, USA
of the Tae Kwon Do for the Ages dojo
Weight: 167.5 lbs
Likes: karaoke, gymnastics
Family: Kim Dong
Hwan & Kim Jae Hoon (sons), wife
Associates: May Lee,
Choi Bouge, Chang Koehan, Jhun Hoon, Chae Lim
Style: Tae Kwon Do
#of years in circuit:
Ki Rating: E
Overall Rating: C
Teammates: May Lee,
Chae Lim, Kim Dong Hwan, Kim Jae Hoon, Choi Bounge, Chang Koehan, Ryu
Rivals: Jhun Hoon,
May Lee, himself (long story...)
Is the current world champion of Tae Kwon Do
Move: Hangestzan (
Favorite Super Move:
Hou’ou Kyaku (Phoenix Kick)
Most Powerful Move:
Chou Hou’ou Kyaku (Super Phoenix Kick)
Hisshoukyaku (Flying Kick)
Spirit of Conquest Kick
Comet Cruncher Kick
Hou’ou Kyaku (Phoenix Kick) – Kim braces himself and flies forward towards
his opponent with a knee out. If he is blocked or misses, he lands and breaks
for a second, warranting counter attacks. However, if Kim connects, he’ll
go into a barrage of kick attacks, ending with a Kuusanjin. This attack has medium
priority but its fast in execution; it’ll even catch people off guard from all the way across the battlefield if they’re
not paying attention. Its attack power is average, however.
Hou’ou Hiten Kyaku – Kim launches his opponent with a hard kick to the chin. The Hou’ou Hiten Kyaku has severe limited range to it, but for a single kick
it has very nice power to it. Also it warrants Kim to follow up with juggle combos
and air combos alike, since his opponent won’t be able to tech-hit out of it.
Hou’ou Tembu Kyaku
Chou Hou’ou Kyaku – Kim’s hyper attack has three versions, two air ones
and a ground one. They both start of the same as the standard Hou’ou Kyaku,
only once it hits, it warrants a much longer barrage. The ground version will
have Kim pelt his opponent with about 25 lightning fast kicks, ending with a massive Hien Zan, launching his opponent up into
the air like the Hou’ou Hiten Kyaku, making a follow-up possible. The air
versions will start off similarly, but they’re different depending if Kim’s opponent is hit in the air or on the
ground. If he or she was on the ground, Kim will pound on their head with a Hisshoukyaku,
stunning them a little as he lands, where he’ll follow with two hard kicks to the head, then a long Kuusanjin, taking
himself and his opponent back into the air where he’ll end the attack with a overhead spike kick. If his opponent was in the air, Kim will spike them into the ground with a hard kick, making them bounce
off the ground a little as he lands. He’ll then go into a really fancy
kicking barrage, bobbling his opponent around, ending with a strong kick, sending them away.
No matter which one comes out, the Chou Hou’ou Kyaku is one of the most effective moves in the circuit, since
its even quicker in execution than the other and out prioritizes all but Hyper Attacks.
Taekwondo is the breeding for justice. I think an individual such as yourself would find it wise to know and respect this
You have the guts to be a fighter! But do you have the means?
No matter what style of defense opposes
it, Taekwondo has the power to conquer it!
Now do you see how great Taekwondo is?
Take this as a warning incase you have
any... strange thoughts...
It’s my duty to win, mainly because
it’s also my duty to destroy evil!