Kim Hye-min (born February 20, 1985 in Seoul, South Korea) is a retired South Korean ice dancer. She competed with brother Kim Min-woo. Together they were the 2003–2005 South Korean national champions. They twice placed 15th at the Four Continents Championships. Kim & Kim were coached by Igor Yaroshenko and Irina Romanova. They retired from competitive skating in 2006.

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  • キム・ヘミン(Kim Hye Min、1985年2月20日 - )は、大韓民国出身の元女性フィギュアスケートアイスダンス選手。パートナーは、弟のキム・ミヌ。4シーズンにわたり韓国を代表した。 (ja)
  • Kim Hye-min (born February 20, 1985 in Seoul, South Korea) is a retired South Korean ice dancer. She competed with brother Kim Min-woo. Together they were the 2003–2005 South Korean national champions. They twice placed 15th at the Four Continents Championships. Kim & Kim were coached by Igor Yaroshenko and Irina Romanova. They retired from competitive skating in 2006. (en)
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  • Kim Hyemin
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  • キム・ヘミン(Kim Hye Min、1985年2月20日 - )は、大韓民国出身の元女性フィギュアスケートアイスダンス選手。パートナーは、弟のキム・ミヌ。4シーズンにわたり韓国を代表した。 (ja)
  • Kim Hye-min (born February 20, 1985 in Seoul, South Korea) is a retired South Korean ice dancer. She competed with brother Kim Min-woo. Together they were the 2003–2005 South Korean national champions. They twice placed 15th at the Four Continents Championships. Kim & Kim were coached by Igor Yaroshenko and Irina Romanova. They retired from competitive skating in 2006. (en)
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