|Born|| June 27, 1987
Seoul, South Korea
|Curling club||Gyeonggi-do CC,
|5 (2009, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016)|
|4 (2010, 2011, 2013, 2015)|
|Revised Romanization||Gim Jiseon|
Kim was a member of the silver medal winning Korean team that won a silver medal at the 2007 Pacific Junior Curling Championships. She was the team's alternate and played two matches. She was also the alternate for the Korean team at the 2009 Mount Titlis World Women's Curling Championship that finished 10th. She played just one match in that game, a losing cause to Germany.
As a skip, Kim won the silver medal on 2010 Pacific Curling Championships for Korea. Her Korean team was defeated by the former World Champion Chinese team, skipped by Wang Bingyu, in the final. Later in the season, she led her Korean team to a bronze medal at the 2011 Winter Universiade.
As the reigning Pacific champion, Kim would play in her second World championships at the 2011 Capital One World Women's Curling Championship. At the 2012 Ford World Women's Curling Championship, South Korea made history by winning the most games ever in history and made the playoffs for the first time. They eliminated Canada to advance to the semifinal, but lost a close game against eventual champions Switzerland. They then lost another close game to the Canadians in the bronze medal game, finishing in fourth place. Their fourth-place finish ensured them a spot in the 2014 Winter Olympics, even though South Korea did not qualify for the 2013 World Championships. At the Olympics, she led her Korean team to an 8th-place finish and a 3-6 record.
|2010–11||Kim Ji-sun||Lee Seul-bee||Shin Mi-sung||Gim Un-chi||Lee Hyun-jung||2010 PCC, 2011 WCC|
|2011–12||Kim Ji-sun||Lee Seul-bee||Gim Un-chi||Lee Hyun-jung||2011 PCC|
|Kim Ji-sun||Lee Seul-bee||Shin Mi-sung||Gim Un-chi||2012 WCC|
|2012–13||Kim Ji-sun||Lee Seul-bee||Shin Mi-sung||Gim Un-chi|
|2013–14||Kim Ji-sun||Gim Un-chi||Shin Mi-sung||Lee Seul-bee||Um Min-ji||2013 PACC, 2014 OG|
Grand Slam record
|F||Lost in Final|
|SF||Lost in Semifinal|
|QF||Lost in Quarterfinals|
|R16||Lost in the round of 16|
|Q||Did not advance to playoffs|
|T2||Played in Tier 2 event|
|DNP||Did not participate in event|
|N/A||Not a Grand Slam event that season|
- "Will country come before love for two Olympic curlers on Valentine's Day?". The Washington Post. 13 February 2014. Retrieved 14 February 2014.
- Kim Ji-sun on the World Curling Federation database
- Kim Ji-sun on the World Curling Tour database
- Kim Ji-sun on the CurlingZone database
- Olympic profile
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