South Korean retired professional judoka Kim Min-soo, also known for his stage name Mr. Shark, is famous for for becoming a K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 Finalist and the Judo head coach for Korean Top Team. He began his career in 1996, participated in an uncountable list of fights of both national and international level. Besides judo, he also worked as a professional kickboxing player and a mixed martial artist. In 2011, he retired.
At the age of 21, he first had his competition in Atlanta Olympics Men's Half Heavyweight Judos and won a silver medal. 4 years later, he competed in Iran FAJR International Tournament . In 2001, he entered and ranked 11th in Pacific Judo Championship.
No record has been found about his personal life.