Kim Yo-han was born in Gwangju, South Korea on August 16, 1985. A professional volleyball player who has had great success as a member of the South Korean national team, a medalist in the Asian Games, Asian Championship, and the AVC Cup. At the club level, he has competed for teams such as LIG Greaters and Ansan OK Savings Bank. He and Lim Sungjin have played for the South Korean national team. He attended Inha University in Incheon, South Korea. He is one of the successful volleyball players. He has been ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on August 16, 1985. He is one of the richest volleyball players born in South Korea. He also has a position on the list of the most popular volleyball player. Kim Yo-Han is one of the famous people in our database at 33 years old.
He is 34 years old.
His birth sign is Leo
Height & Weight
Height: 2.01 m
Weight: 95 kg
Kim Yo-han is currently single, according to our records. Like most celebrities, Kim Yo-han tries to keep his personal and love life.
He is known as Professional volleyball player .
Kim was first selected overall by the LIG Greaters in the 2007 V-League Draft, and later became the team’s first outside hitter in his rookie season. After having a mediocre rookie season, Kim exploded in the 2008-09 season when he ranked fourth in total points with 513. The following season, he racked up a total of 530 points that the team leads, fourth in the league. In the 2010-11 season, he was sidelined with an ankle ligament injury. He returned from injury before the 2010-11 postseason, but struggled throughout the postseason, scoring just 20 points in three semi-playoff games. In the 2011-12 season, Kim converted his position to opposite attacker to fill a gap in the opposite attacker after an injury at Milan Pepic. As an opposing attacker, Kim had another breakout season, scoring 671 points, his career high. Ahead of the 2012-13 V-League season, Kim helped the Great Ones win their first KOVO Cup, scoring more than 20 points in each game during the tournament, and eventually earned MVP honors. The Greats, however, finished the 2012-13 regular season fifth, without making the postseason. Kim was named captain of the Greaters in 2012. However, his team and his individual performance deteriorated during his captaincy reign. From 2012 to 2017, the Greaters missed the playoffs, and Kim’s offensive statistics gradually decreased, plagued with ankle and waist problems. After the 2016-17 season, Kim was traded to OK Savings Bank Rush & Cash, and made his position a center blocker due to chronic waist injuries.
While attending Inha University in 2005, Kim was called up to South Korea’s Under-21 national team for the 2005 World Youth Championship, where South Korea finished sixth. As a third-year student at Inha University in 2006, Kim joined South Korea’s senior national team to compete in the 2006 Asian Games, where South Korea won gold.
Club 2012 KOVO Cup – Most Valuable Player
National Team 2009 Asian Championship – Best Spiker, Best Server 2011 Asian Championship – Best Server
Kim Yo-han Net Worth Estimated Net Worth in 2019 $1 Million – $5 Million (Approx.)