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YoungHoon Bryan Kim

YoungHoon Bryan Kim is the President and Executive Director of the United Sigma Intelligence Association, and the Executive Editor of the USIA Research Journal.

YoungHoon is also the Vice President at the OLYMPIQ Society, a nonprofit 5 sigma intelligence society, and the Vice President at the IQID Child IQ Society, a nonprofit international society created with the aim to explore and support Giftedness and children’s and adolescents’ abilities and talents, all founded by Medical Doctor and Psychiatrist Evangelos Katsioulis.

He is an Honorary Member, with Aubrey de Grey, of the International Longevity Alliance, which promotes the social struggle against the deteriorative aging process and for healthy and productive longevity for all, through scientific research, technological development, medical treatment, public health and education measures, and social activism.

He is a Fellow, with Tom Chittenden, of the Complex Biological System Alliance, a global research consortium investigating fundamental questions in biology and medicine. The Alliance is a unique, independent non-profit platform for advanced scientific discourse and discovery.

He was the South Korean grader (voluntary arbiter) at the World Memory Championships of the 1st Asia Memory Championships (2015 in Hong Kong organized by Andy Fong) where YoungHoon Kim marked the papers of the first South Koreans who accomplished the title Memory Master.

He wrote a Mystery Novel and was named Award-Winning Writer by one of the largest book platforms, One Store Co. in South Korea.

As well, YoungHoon has a Full Membership in the high Intelligence organization Mega Society, for which The Guinness Book of World Records once stated that the Mega Society is the most High IQ Society with percentiles of 99.9999 or one-in-a-million required for admission. He is also a member of the Triple Nine Society and Mensa.

YoungHoon earned his Degree in Philosophy from Korea University and his Degree in Religious Studies (Liberal Theology) from Yonsei University. He previously studied and earned a degree in Piano Performance at the University College of Music.

Watch YoungHoon present (in Korean) on SBS, a South Korean TV channel. He discusses his intelligence and presents some of his special skills. YoungHoon performed memorizing random poker cards of 2 packs in a few minutes and speaks about his personal life story having been handled as a gifted person. Watch YoungHoon’s mother speak of him on The Gifted Exploration Team Episode 13.

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