Name: Julian Kim
Weight Class: -59kg
Height: 5-7
Weight: 129 lbs.
DOB: 5/16/2002
Hometown: Haymarket, Va.
Team/Club: U.S. Tigers
Coach(es): Dennis Kim
World Championship Experience
  • 2015 - 2nd Cadet World Championships (Muju, Korea) - -53KG - Round 16
Other Career Highlights
  • 2018 World Taekwondo President's Cup (-68kg) - Bronze
  • 2017 USA Taekwondo Junior National Team member (-59kg)
  • 2017 National Championships - Sparring - Black Belt - -59kg - Gold
  • 2017 U.S. Open - Sparring (Junior) - Black Belt - -59kg - Bronze
  • 2016 USA Taekwondo Cadet National Team Member (-57kg)
  • 2016 AAU National Team Member
  • 2016 Virginia State Cadet Team Member
  • 2016 National Championships - Sparring (Cadet) - Black Belt - -57KG - Gold
  • 2016 US Open - Sparring (Cadet) - Sparring - Black Belt - -57KG - Silver
  • 2016 Canada Open - Sparring (Cadet) - Black Belt - -57KG - Gold
  • 2016 German Open - Sparring (Cadet) - Black Belt - -57KG - Gold
  • 2015 USA Taekwondo Cadet National Team Member (-53kg)
  • 2015 Virginia State Cadet Team Member
  • 2015 National Championships - Sparring (Cadet) - Black Belt - -53KG - Gold
  • 2015 Canada Open - Sparring (Cadet) - Black Belt - -53KG - Gold
  • 2015 The 18th Korean American National Sport's festival - Black Belt - -55KG - Gold
  • 2013 National Championships - Sparring (10-11) - Black Belt - -40KG - Gold
More
Julian is an AS-2 in the Air Force JROTC...favorite book is "Homer's Odyssey"...favorite food/drink is Korean BBQ and Coke...favorite TV Show is "Grey's Anatomy"...favorite movies are "Forrest Gump", "13th Warrior" and "Shawshank Redemption"...favorite singers/bands are Ed Sheeran, Ricegum and The Migos...favorite athlete is Matthew Stafford...favorite taekwondo athletes are Jaouad Achab and Joshua Liu...his biggest inspiration is his father and coach, Dennis Kim...his proudest taekwondo moment in taekwondo was making the 2015 Cadet National Team for the 2nd Cadet World Championships in Muju, Korea...favorite quote: “When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you will be successful." -Eric Thomas (A.K.A. The Hip Hop Preacher).