MARTIAL ARTS

Pak Chol-min

1982 - Today

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Pak Chol-min (Korean pronunciation: [pak̚.tsʰʌl.min]; born September 21, 1982) is a North Korean judoka. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pak Chol-min has received more than 3,914 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Pak Chol-min is the 103rd most popular martial arts, the 90th most popular biography from North Korea and the 2nd most popular North Korean Martial Arts.

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  • 3.9k

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  • 15

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  • 8.36

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  • 1.26

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Among MARTIAL ARTS

Among martial arts, Pak Chol-min ranks 103 out of 117Before him are T.J. Dillashaw, Andreas Tölzer, Ángel Matos, Georgii Zantaraia, Armen Bagdasarov, and Radik Isayev. After him are Michelle Waterson, Ilse Heylen, Riki Nakaya, Cha Dong-min, Frédérique Jossinet, and Sara McMann.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1982, Pak Chol-min ranks 785Before him are Neto Baiano, David Lee, Natallia Mikhnevich, Tomáš Kopecký, Ulrich Robeiri, and Alan Pérez. After him are Diego Castro, Javi Guerra, Francesco Molinari, Ri Han-jae, Julia Schruff, and Jamal Alioui.

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In North Korea

Among people born in North Korea, Pak Chol-min ranks 90 out of 109Before him are Pak Nam-chol (1985), Pak Chol-jin (1985), Kim Il (1971), An Chol-hyok (1987), Kim Myong-gil (1984), and Pak Kwang-ryong (1992). After him are Ri Kwang-chon (1985), Kim Hyang-mi (1979), Choe Kum-chol (1987), Kim Kyong-il (1988), Pak Hyon-suk (1985), and Om Yun-chol (1991).

Among MARTIAL ARTS In North Korea

Among martial arts born in North Korea, Pak Chol-min ranks 2Before him are Choi Hong Hi (1918).