|Kim Dong Hwan|
Kim in Garou: Mark of the Wolves
|Full name||Kim Dong Hwan|
|Birthdate||June 13; 20 years old|
|Height||181 cm (5'11")|
|Weight||78 kg (172 lbs)|
|Family/Relatives||Kim Kaphwan (father), Myeng Swuk (mother), Kim Jae Hoon (brother)|
|Likes||His girlfriends, high-cut sneakers|
|Hobbies||Hitting on girls|
|Favorite food||Korean barbecue|
|Forte in sports||Winter Sports (especially snowboarding)|
|Special skill||Gluttony (his record is 60 plates of clams)|
|Most unpleasant||His father (although he does respect him)|
Kim Dong Hwan (Korean:김동환; Katakana: キム・ドンファン, Kimu Dongufuan) is a character from the Fatal Fury series of fighting games. He was first introduced as a playable character in Garou: Mark of the Wolves. He is one of the children of Kim Kaphwan, alongside his brother Kim Jae Hoon. He is voiced by Jun Hashimoto and Kaoru Fujino.
Kim Dong Hwan and Kim Jae Hoon are the two sons of Kim Kaphwan, worldwide famous Taekwondo master. While Jae Hoon is a serious practitioner and very similar to his father, Dong Hwan is very cocky and somewhat of a slacker. Though it may seem like he's goofing off, he enters the tournament to continue his father's legacy.
Very goofy, a slacker and cocky, Dong thinks highly of himself. He is a natural genius who often skips out on his training. He wants to become a taekwondo master with his own unique twist to his father's style.
He is also known for creating various made up words and phrases on whim. One of which is "pompe" which was apparently made while he was playing video games with his brother. He is hinted to also being a sore loser because he accuses Jae Hoon of being a cheater when he loses their friendly games.
In the anime, the personalities of the brothers were reversed, as Dong Hwan was shyer while Jae Hoon was more outgoing.
- Electrokinesis - Dong Hwan can control electricity.
- Electric Attack - Dong Hwan can deliver kicks flowing with electricity.
- Lightning Summon - By kicking in a descending motion, Dong Hwan can summon lightning from the sky.
Dong's fighting style is pretty unorthodox. He often mocks his opponents by slapping the opponent in the face with several kicks. He also uses several acrobatic kicks.
- Loose Genius - Garou: Mark of the Wolves
- The King of Fighters '94: Rebout - Background cameo
- The King of Fighters '96 - Kim's versus sprite (console version)
- The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match - Background cameo
- The King of Fighters XII - Passing mention
- The King of Fighters XIII - Kim Team Ending
- Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture - As a child.