In a society that values education and intelligence at a very high level, it is only natural that their model citizen has an IQ of 210, an IQ score that is off the charts. Kim Ung-Yong was born in the year of 1962 during the month of March in Korea. By June, a mere 4 months after his birth, Kim was already able to speak. Talking in most infants usually does not take place until they have reached about one year in age. Kim's speech was perfected by 6 months. This means that Kim could talk and converse with his parents before most infants are able to muster together 3-4 word phrases! Additionally Kim had picked up the art of reading at a supersonic speed. In America most children learn to read in kindergarten, first, and second grade, By second grade most children are able to read many texts in their first language. In Kim's case, he could not only read texts in his primary language, Korean, but also those in English, Japanese, and German. Not to mention, his ability to read all of these four languages was fine tuned by age two, three years before the average child can read! By age three, Kim had dabbled into calculus and high level math concepts. When Kim was 5 he showed off these intense math skills on a Japanese television show. Kim was mathematically at the level of an average high school student or freshman college student. All throughout his childhood and adolescence Kim was considered to be a child prodigy. Naturally, Kim enrolled in university classes at the ages of 7 and 8, when he was offered a position at NASA to study. After attending multiple prestigious American and international universities, Kim ended up switching his major from physics to civil engineering. His work is extensive and he has published many scientific journals and articles. As of the late 2000's Kim serves on the faculty of Chungbuk National University. You can also find him in The Guinness Book of World Records!
Here is a link to Kim performing complicated math at a young age.