|Representing South Korea|
|Olympic Games (demonstration)|
|1993 New York||featherweight|
Kim Byong-Cheol, also known as Kim Byung Chul, was the 1992 Olympic gold medalist in Taekwondo. In 1992, taekwondo was a demonstration sport. Kim won the final match in the featherweight division for South Korea.
Previous to his win at the Olympics, Kim won four other international taekwondo competitions: He won the World Championships in 1993 in New York. He won at the World University Games in 1990 in Santander. He won at the World Games in 1989 in Karlsruhe. And, he won at the Taekwondo World Cup in 1989 in Cairo.
As of 2009, Kim had achieved the rank of 7th degree black belt, and he was managing World Champion Taekwondo with locations in Portland, Beaverton and Scappoose, Oregon. Kim is the head instructor at the Portland location. His former teammate Kim Je-Kyoung is the head instructor at the Lake Oswego location.
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