This photo of Grandmaster Kim and his mother and siblings was taken in 1941. Can you tell which one he is?

During the time of this photo, Japan occupied Korea and citizens were forced to use Japanese names instead of their Korean-given names. When the occupation ended, they returned to using their Korean names again.

Seated right to left:
Duk In Lee (mother - now deceased)
Kim Chang-Soo (brother - now deceased)
Kim, Kyong-Ae (sister in back row - now living in Washington DC)
Kim Kyong-Hee (sister - now living in Houston)
Kim Kyong-Ja (sister - now living in Los Angeles)
Kim Pyung-Soo (Grandmaster Kim at 4 years old!)