In 1986 fans saw an all-Korean fight for the then lightly regarded IBF Light Flyweight title as Jum Hwan Choi battled compatriot Cho Woon Park. The title had been vacated earlier by Dodie Boy Penalosa and the two Koreans threw down in a bout for the vacant title was narrowly won by Choi in what was a very well contested bout. Choi's reign lasted a little less than 2 years before he lost to nemesis Tacy Macalos, though he would later claim the WBC title. For Park this was one of just 2 world title bouts that he was involved in with his second coming in the middle of 1988 when he was out pointed by the IBF Flyweight champion Rolando Bohol.
In 1996 we saw the heavy handed Myung Sup Park suffer a devastating loss to the fantastic Ricardo Lopez. Park, challenging for the WBC Minimumweight title, was dropped hard in the opening round and although he beat the count he didn't last much longer as Lopez went for the finish. The bout was Park's sole world title bout and his sole bout in the US.
In 2011 Japanese fans had a Kameda card that featured all 3 brothers in action. In a non-title bout Tomoki Kameda over-came Eduardo Garcia with a 7th round KO. In the first title bout Daiki Kameda found himself coming up short to Thailand's Tepparith Kokietgym, with the talented Thai taking a clear decision over Daiki, despite some misleading cards. The main event was a success for the Kameda's as Koki Kameda made a very easy defense of his WBA Bantamweight title stopping the hapless Mario Macias in the 4th round. Prior to being stopped Macias had made several trips to the canvas in a terrible effort to over-come Koki.