Janice Kim is a 3-dan professional Go player.
Kim is a United States citizen who was born in Illinois in 1969. In 1987 she became a Korean professional shodan. Janice lives in California with her husband Bruce and son Malachi.
Janice owns the Samarkand online store and Good Move Press publishing company, and she is a popular go lecturer. She once defeated the Handtalk computer program at a handicap of 25 stones.
She has done very well in a number of tournaments, the North American Masters Tournament seems to be her nemesis.
- 2003 3 Dan promotion Hanguk Kiwon
- 1994 EBS Cpu, third place
- 1987 Shodan promotion Hanguk Kiwon
- 1985 World Youth Championship, second place
- 1984 Fuji Women's Champion
Ms. Kim is a co-author, with Jeong Soo-hyun 9 dan, of the Learn To Play Go Series.
Janice Kim has a Learn to Play Go Blog, begun 27 December 2011.
The AGA has a brief biography of Janice Kim.
Her columns are published in many publications, including the United States Shonen Jump (a manga magazine that serializes many Japanese comics, including Hikaru no Go.)
She has also been playing poker for 5 years and has placed 4th in the World Poker Tour Ladies Championship in 2008.
 From AGA e-journal, 2003 June 9th issue.
JANICE KIM WINS MAJOR PROMOTION: Janice Kim has just been promoted to 3 dan by Korea's Hanguk Kiwon, the highest rank they've ever awarded to a woman player. "Unfortunately," reports Janice. "I have never concurrently been the same rank as a world champion, as they promoted Lee Se dol to 6 dan at the same time."