Kim Sue Il
Kim in Kizuna Encounter
Nome InteiroKim Sue Il
Aniversario/IdadeJanuary 29; 24 years old
Local de NascimentoArquivo:South Korea.jpg South Korea
Altura180cm (5'11")
Peso73kg (161 lbs)
Tipo SanguíneoA
Familia/RelacionadosFather, mother, Kim Kaphwan (probable ascendant)
Não gostaCriminals
ArmaBo staff
Estilo de lutaTaekwondo and Bojutsu

Kim Sue Il (Hanguel: 김수일, Hanja:金 秀一, Japanese: キム・スイル, Kimu Suiru) is one of the main protagonists in Kizuna Encounter. He is named after the real Taekwondo martial artist, Hwoan Sue Il. In Gamest's 1997 Heroes Collection, Kim was voted as the staff's twenty-seventh favorite character. He shared the spot with King of Fighters character, Clark Still.

He is voiced by Yoshiaki Fujita.


Kim is a Korean detective with a very strong sense of justice. He grew up learning about morals from his father while his mother taught him Taekwondo. He learns of a criminal named Joker and travels to Jipang City to arrest him. He learns that Joker is going to enter the "Battle of the Beast God" tournament held by King Lion and enters the tournament with Rosa. Arresting Joker, Kim immediately returned to Korea.


Kim is very serious and focused on his work.


  • Energy Attacks - Kim can increase the damage caused by his staff and kicks with energy.
  • Phoenix Attack - Like his ancestor, Kim is able to summon a phoenix while using his version of the Ho'Oh Kyaku.

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Kim's fighting style is very similar to Kim Kaphwan's, but he also implements staff attacks in his moveset. He uses Hisen Zan (analogous to Kaphwan's Hien Zan but done with staff instead of kick), Hishuu Kyaku and Dangetsu Zan (analogous to Hishou Kyaku and Hangetsu Zan) moves, as well as shares Ho'ou Kyaku super. He has one unique move, Sanren Geki, which is a 3-part autocombo.

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See AlsoEditar


SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters' Clash SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters' Clash 2 Expand Edition SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters DS


Kizuna Encounter: Super Tag Battle The King of Fighters 2000