Richard Lee-Sung as Cho Kim
|Job/Role in Unit:||None/Korean gambling/craps hustler|
|Relatives/Children:||Cho Kim (father)|
Unnamed mother, also not mentioned
|First appeared in:||"A Night at Rosie's" in Season 7|
|Last appeared in:||N/A, one-time appearance|
|Appeared on/or in:||M*A*S*H|
|Played by:||Richard Lee-Sung in guest appearance|
Ham Kim is a character who appears in the Season 7 episode of the CBS-TV series M*A*S*H, in the episodes "A Night at Rosie's". The part of Ham Kim is played in the episode by Richard Lee-Sung, who also appeared in 12 more episodes of the series, in different roles.
About Cho KimEdit
In the episode "A Night at Rosie's" in Season 7, to escape the tension of camp, it seems like the whole camp is hanging out at Rosie's--Klinger comes to gamble, to partake in a craps game ran by Cho and his father, Cho Kim (played by Keye Luke). Father Mulcahy arrives to try to corral B.J. and Hawkeye, but quickly gives up and has a drink, as he then makes his way to the craps game, looking for Klinger, During the craps game, Father Mulcahy notices that the ringleaders, Cho and son Ham are cheating, leading to Klinger, who
doesn't take too kindly to the Ham's tryin to use loaded dice to try to quell Klinger's lucky streak (2 wins), when he tries to warn Klinger, Ham Kim, not wanting Klinger to be dissuaded from rolling the trick dice says "For the last time, white collar, leave players alone!", as the Father responds "You keep threatening me, young man, and you'll be wearing those dice in your nose!"'