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Kim Bub-Min (Korean: 김법민; Korean pronunciation: [kim.bʌm.min]; born 22 May 1991) is a South Korean archer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed for his country, alongside partners Im Dong-Hyun and Oh Jin-Hyek in the Men's team event, finishing in third place.

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  • Kim Bub-Min (Korean: 김법민; Korean pronunciation: [kim.bʌm.min]; born 22 May 1991) is a South Korean archer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed for his country, alongside partners Im Dong-Hyun and Oh Jin-Hyek in the Men's team event, finishing in third place.
  • Kim Bub-Min (Korean: 김법민; Korean pronunciation: [kim.bʌm.min]; born 22 May 1991, Daejeon) is a South Korean archer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed for his country, alongside partners Im Dong-Hyun and Oh Jin-Hyek in the Men's team event, finishing in third place.
  • Kim Bub-Min (Korean: 김법민; Korean pronunciation: [kim.bʌm.min]; born 22 May 1991, Daejeon) is a South Korean archer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed for his country, alongside partners Im Dong-Hyun and Oh Jin-Hyek in the Men's team event, finishing in third place. He also competed in the men's individual event, finishing in 5th place. He was ranked in second after the ranking round, then beat Rob Elder, Tarundeep Rai and Dan Olaru in the elimination rounds, before losing to Dai Xiaoxiang in the quarterfinals.
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  • Kim Bub-Min (Korean: 김법민; Korean pronunciation: [kim.bʌm.min]; born 22 May 1991) is a South Korean archer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed for his country, alongside partners Im Dong-Hyun and Oh Jin-Hyek in the Men's team event, finishing in third place.
  • Kim Bub-Min (Korean: 김법민; Korean pronunciation: [kim.bʌm.min]; born 22 May 1991, Daejeon) is a South Korean archer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed for his country, alongside partners Im Dong-Hyun and Oh Jin-Hyek in the Men's team event, finishing in third place.
  • Kim Bub-Min (Korean: 김법민; Korean pronunciation: [kim.bʌm.min]; born 22 May 1991, Daejeon) is a South Korean archer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed for his country, alongside partners Im Dong-Hyun and Oh Jin-Hyek in the Men's team event, finishing in third place. He also competed in the men's individual event, finishing in 5th place. He was ranked in second after the ranking round, then beat Rob Elder, Tarundeep Rai and Dan Olaru in the elimination rounds, before losing to Dai Xiaoxiang in the quarterfinals.
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