Kim Dong-hwan

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Korea SouthSouth Korea  Kim Dong-hwan Ice hockey player
Date of birth February 14, 1984
place of birth Seoul , South Korea
size 176 cm
Weight 84 kg
position defender
Shot hand Right
Career stations
2000-2002 Joon-dong high school
2002-2006 Korea University
2006–2012 High1
(until 2007: Kangwon Land)
2012-2013 Anyang Halla
2013-2017 High1
since 2017 Tōhoku Free Blades
Korean spelling
Hangeul 김동환
Hanja 金東煥
Gim Dong-hwan
Kim Tonghwan

Kim Dong-hwan (born February 14, 1984 in Seoul ) is a South Korean ice hockey player who has been under contract with the Tōhoku Free Blades in the Asia League Ice Hockey since 2017 .


Kim Dong-hwan began his career as a hockey player on the Joon-dong High School team . In 2002 he moved to Korea University for four years , with which he won the South Korean Cup competition in 2003 . After completing his studies, he went to Kangwon Land , which has been called High1 since 2007 , in the Asia League Ice Hockey . With the team he was able to win the South Korean ice hockey cup again in 2007 and 2008. In 2012 he moved to Anyang Halla , the strongest South Korean team in the Asia League Ice Hockey. But he returned to High1 after just one season. In 2017 he moved to the other side of the Sea of Japan and joined the Tōhoku Free Blades .


For South Korea, Jung Byung-cheon already took part in the U18 World Championships in 2001 in the Asia-Oceania Division and in 2002 in Division II as well as in the U20 World Championships in 2003 in Division III and in 2004 in Division II. He made his debut in the men's national team at the 2006 World Cup in Division II. He also played in Division II in 2007 and 2009. He was in Division I in 2010 and 2012 when he had the best plus / minus balance of the tournament exhibited on the ice in 2013 and 2014 . In 2012 and 2013 he acted as team captain of the South Koreans. He also represented his colors at the qualifying tournament for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and at the 2011 Asian Winter Games , in which the bronze medal jumped out behind Kazakhstan and Japan .

Achievements and Awards

Asia League statistics

Seasons Games Gates Assists Points Penalty minutes
Regular season 12 401 35 161 196 554
Playoffs 8th 25th 0 3 3 18th

(Status: end of the 2017/18 season)

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