Kim Dong-moon

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Kim Dong-moon (Hangul: 김동문, Hanja: 金東文; born 22 September 1975) is a retired South Korean badminton player who won major titles between the mid-1990s and the mid-2000s (decade), and widely regarded as one of finest men's doubles and mixed doubles players in badminton history. Kim captured the world attention when he unexpectedly winning the gold medal in the mixed doubles event with Gil Young-ah at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics. On his path to greatness, he won gold medals both in men's and mixed doubles at the 1999 World Championships. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Kim Dong-moon has received more than 53,283 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Kim Dong-moon is the 41st most popular badminton player (down from 26th in 2019), the 697th most popular biography from South Korea and the 5th most popular South Korean Badminton Player.

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Among badminton players, Kim Dong-moon ranks 41 out of 81Before him are Yang Wei, Chen Jin, Gong Zhichao, Gu Jun, Yu Yang, and Carsten Mogensen. After him are Nova Widianto, Joachim Fischer Nielsen, Ge Fei, Li Xuerui, Ratchanok Intanon, and Tontowi Ahmad.

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Among people born in 1975, Kim Dong-moon ranks 774Before him are James Bannatyne, Demetrio Lozano, Killer Mike, Kensaku Omori, Koji Kumagai, and Katrin Rutschow-Stomporowski. After him are Vasilij Žbogar, Mindy McCready, Gregory R. Wiseman, Space Cowboy, Lisa Misipeka, and Yoshio Kitajima.

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Among people born in South Korea, Kim Dong-moon ranks 697 out of 774Before him are Heo Ga-yoon (1990), Jang Sung-ho (1978), Dami Im (1988), Bang Yong-guk (1990), Hwang Seok-ho (1989), and Cho Mi-yeon (1997). After him are Go Yo-han (1988), Shin Hye-jeong (1993), Oh Eun-seok (1983), Lee Hong-bin (1993), Kim Min-woo (1990), and Hong Jin-ho (1982).


Among badminton players born in South Korea, Kim Dong-moon ranks 5Before him are Park Joo-bong (1964), Lee Yong-dae (1988), Jung Jae-sung (1982), and Bang Soo-hyun (1972). After him are Ha Tae-kwon (1975), Lee Hyo-jung (1981), Lee Kyung-won (1980), Jung Kyung-eun (1990), and Shin Seung-chan (1994).