Kim Yoon-hwan

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Kim Yoon-hwan
Date of birth August 24, 1985
place of birth Seoul , South Korea
size 176 cm
Weight 85 kg
position defender
Shot hand Right
Career stations
2002-2004 Gyeong-seong high school
2004-2008 Yonsei University
2008-2010 High1
2010-2013 Anyang Halla
2013-2014 Daemyung Sangmu
since 2014 Anyang Halla
Korean spelling
Hangeul 김윤환
Gim Yun-hwan
Kim Yunhwan

Kim Yoon-hwan (born August 24, 1985 in Seoul ) is a South Korean ice hockey player who has been under contract with Anyang Halla in the Asia League Ice Hockey since 2014 .


Kim Yoon-hwang began his career as a hockey player on the Gyeong-seong High School team . He then played for four years for Yonsei University . There High1 became aware of him and in 2008 he switched to the team from the Asia League Ice Hockey . In 2010 he moved to Anyang Halla . With this strongest South Korean team, he won the Asia League in 2011. After three years in Anyang, he joined Daemyung Sangmu in 2013 , the newly formed third South Korean Asia League team. After only one year, however, he returned to Anyang Halla and won the Asia League again with the club in 2016, 2017 and 2018.


For South Korea, Kim Yoon-hwang already took part in the U-18 World Cup in 2003 and the U-20 World Cup in 2005 in Division II.

For the men's national team he was nominated for the first time in Division II of the 2006 World Cup . Also in 2007 and 2009 he played in Division II. In 2008 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 and 2015 he was on the ice with the East Asians in Division I. At the Winter Asian Games in 2007 and 2011 , he won the bronze medal with South Korea behind Japan and Kazakhstan . At the Winter Asian Games 2017 he finished second with the South Koreans behind Kazakhstan . He also took part with the South Korean team in November 2012 in the qualifying tournament for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi .

Achievements and Awards


Asia League statistics

Seasons Games Gates Assists Points Penalty minutes
Regular season 10 361 19th 69 88 166
Playoffs 9 46 4th 7th 11 20th

(Status: end of the 2017/18 season)

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