FANDOM


Personal Info Edit

Birthdate: December 21, 1964

Age: 28-30’s

Birthplace: South Korea

Height: 5’9 (176)

Weight: 172 (78)

Blood Type: A

Job: Dojang Owner, Taekwondo Master

Style: Taekwondo

History Edit

Legend of the Hungry Wolf Edit

Kim Kaphwan is the reigning world champion of Tae Kwon Do. Kim is invited by Wolfgang Krauser to compete in his King of Fighters tournament as he was hoping to face superb challengers. During the tournament Kim encounters the "Lone Wolf", Terry Bogard. Kim acknowledges Terry as the superior fighter and the duo become good friends.  From that moment on Kim helps Terry in all that he can, though a definite (but friendly) rivalry is maintained.

King of Fighters Edit

Kim is considered a sport and national hero in his native Korea. This status is what enabled him to convince the authorities to give him custody over Chang Koehan and Choi Bounge to rehabilitate them of their criminal ways. Although both men resented Kim for his actions, they have since grown to grudgingly respect him. In most of his King of Fighters appearances, he has been team captain of Team Korea.

In The King of Fighters XI, Kim appeared as a member of Team Hungry Wolf in place of Griffon Mask. Wanting to see Kim enjoy himself for once, Chang and Choi convince him to join Terry Bogard and Duck King. Although he's happy that his disciples have matured, he is forced to play the middle man between his teammates, both of them ragging on each other over trivial grievances. In the team's ending, the team celebrates at the Pao Pao Cafe and Kim becomes humorously drunk, advising Terry to find a wife and get married.

Realizing that his first "rehabilitation subjects" have amended their ways, Kim remembers two other villains that have disturbed him in the past, Hwa Jai and Raiden, and calls them to Southtown. Kim believes that they are still working for Geese Howard and demands that they repent. Though they immediately retort that they already have, Kim states that their talents continue to be wasted on Geese and is intent on changing their "criminal ways". His new team shocks the media and it becomes a popular subject of gossip with those who hear it. In his team's ending, Hwa Jai and Raiden act as though they were "reformed" by Kim and the gullible Kim falls for the act. Parting ways with the duo, Kim realizes that he might have been "too soft" on Chang and Choi. To honor the words of his former teammates and the struggles they went through, he decides to intensify the two criminals' already strict training.

Powers Edit

Sense Evil

Phoenix Attack

Skills Edit

Acrobatics

Advanced Kicking

Music Edit

Seoul ni Ikou (Legend of the Hungry Wolf 2, Legend of the Hungry Wolf Special, King of Fighters 02)

Yuu (King of Fighters 94)

Ryo (King of Fighters 95)

Seoul Town (Real Bout Legend of the Hungry Wolf, King of Fighters 98, King of Fighters 98: Unlimited Match)

Seoul Road (King of Fighters 96, King of Fighters 13)

Seoul’ssu (Real Bout Legend of the Hungry Wolf Special, Real Bout Legend of the Hungry Wolf 2)

Attack Me (Legend of the Hungry Wolf: Wild Ambition)

Way to Rebirth (King of Fighters 99)

Wild Party (King of Fighters 00)

Nerichagi (King of Fighters 01)

Seoul Love (King of Fighters 03)

Street Dancer (King of Fighters 11)

Tame a Bad Boy (King of Fighters 13)

Justice Seoul Town (King of Fighters 02: Unlimited Match)

Kim Kaphwan (Legend of the Hungry Wolf movie)

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.