In this Korean name, the family name is Kim.
Kim Jae Hoon (Korean: 김재훈, Japanese: キム・ジェイフン, Kimu Jeifun) is a character from the Fatal Fury series of fighting games. He was first introduced as a playable character in Garou: Mark of the Wolves. He is one of the children of Kim Kaphwan, alongside his brother Kim Dong Hwan. He was voted as the fifth favorite character at the time of his debut. He is voiced by Hiroki Asakawa.
Kim Dong Hwan and Kim Jae Hoon are the two sons of Kim Kaphwan, worldwide famous Taekwondo master. A serious practitioner like his father, he enters the King of Fighters tournament to prove himself worthy of continuing his father's legacy.
Jae Hoon is very serious, diligent in his studies, and a charismatic man. He has a strong sense of justice, just like his father. He also has a gentle side to him as he likes the sight of small animals such as rabbits, hamsters, or martens. It's this dedication and compassion which has earned him his own fanclub.
In the anime, the personalities of the brothers were reversed, as Dong Hwan was shyer while Jae Hoon was more outgoing.
- Pyrokinesis - Jae Hoon can control fire.
- Fire Attack - Jae Hoon can deliver kicks flowing with fire.
- Phoenix - By kicking in an ascending motion, Jae Hoon can summon a phoenix of fire from the ground.
- Acrobatics - Jae Hoon is very proficient in acrobatics, using it with his Tae Kwon Do skills.
- Advanced Kicking - Thanks to his Tae Kwon Do training, Jae Hoon is able to do very fast multiple chain kicks.
Jae Hoon's style is more traditional and based on his father's fighting style. He uses the Hienzan, Rangetsuzan, Hisshoukyaku and Ho'ou Kyaku moves created by Kim Kaphwan.
- Too Honest - Garou: Mark of the Wolves
- Fatal Fury Special - Background cameo along his mother and his brother Dong Hwan
- Real Bout Fatal Fury - Kim's intro versus evil characters, along Dong Hwan; also in Kim's second winning pose
- Real Bout Fatal Fury Special - Kim's intro versus evil characters and when Kim is defeated, along Dong Hwan; also in Kim's second winning pose
- The King of Fighters '96 - Kim's versus sprite (console version)
- The King of Fighters 2002 - in the Korea stage; also in Kim's fourth sprite
- The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match - background cameo in the Korea stage
- The King of Fighters '94: Rebout - background cameo in the Psycho Soldier Team stage
- The King of Fighters XII - Passing mention
- The King of Fighters XIII - Kim Team's ending
- The King of Fighters XIV - Passing mention in Kim's intro versus Luong, alongside Dong Hwan; also in generic winquote and in Rock's winquote against Kim, alongside Dong Hwan
- Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture - As a child.