Kim Do-heon (Korean: 김두현, Korean pronunciation: [kim.du.ɦjʌŋ]; born 14 July 1982) is a South Korean professional footballer.
On December 2017, Kim signed a contract with Malaysia Super League side Negeri Sembilan.
Kim was a prominent playmaker for the U-23 national team before injuries took their toll. He scored against the Maldives during his five appearances in the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. He was part of the South Korean 2004 Olympic football team, who finished second in Group A, making it through to the quarter-finals, before being defeated by silver medal winners Paraguay. Kim played in all four of South Korea’s matches during the tournament. He was one of the 23 Korean footballers who were called by Dick Advocaat, then manager of South Korea for the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany. However, due to the presence of Manchester United’s Park Ji-Sung in the same position, Kim had to watch from the sidelines as Korea failed to qualify for the knockout stage.
On 14 June 2008, Kim accomplished his first international hat-trick in a 3–1 victory against Turkmenistan in the World Cup qualification stage. Korea advanced to the final qualification stage as a result. He was omitted from the Korean squad for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, meaning that he would be available for the start of West Bromwich Albion’s 2008–09 Premier League campaign.