|Kim Ung Che|
|Full name||Kim Ung Che|
|Birthdate||November 1, 1770|
|Likes||Fighting, saving all beings with the power of Buddhism|
|Special skill||Meditation (in reality, he uses this time to take catnaps)|
|Most unpleasant||"I don't worry about that kind of stuff."|
|Weapon||Namu Abi Dabi (南無阿弥陀仏, Namu Abi Dabi), a huge Buddhist rosary|
|Fighting style||He doesn't seem to have one|
Ung-Che Kim, usually written surname first as Kim Ung-Che (Hanja: 金 雄載, Japanese: キム・ウンチェ, Kimu Unche) is an extra character who appears in Samurai Spirits: Tenkaichi Kenkakuden. He is a character based on Gaira's Korean name; they look the same except Ung-Che has a full head of hair. He is in no way related to Kim Kaphwan. His first appearance was in Fighters Swords, the version of Samurai Shodown III from Korea.
He is voiced by Takumi Satō.
A wandering priest who is a former pupil of Nicotine. In his ending, he is fed up with Japan and leaves for India. He never returns to Japan but, after realizing how small his existence is in the world, he felt the need to send Nicotine a sort of offering. He humorously thinks of chopping off his hair.
He acts relatively the same as Gaira. He seems to worry less about status than his other half yet cannot feel compassion for the land and its people.
- Seals - Kim Ung Che can shout a brief seal to stun his opponents.
- Above average strength - Kim Ung Che is a very strong man, capable of lifting a man with only one hand.
He fights in a similar manner as Gaira.