The 40-year-old victim was identified as Nae Dok Kim from Korea and he worked on the island.
His body was found Sunday morning by fisherman and was missing both legs and his upper left arm.
Guam’s chief medical examiner stated that there was evidence of bleeding with indicates that the man was alive when the attack occurred.
-Guam Pacific Daily News: Man was killed by shark: Medical examiner says victim attacked, drowned
–Pacific News Center: Medical Examiner Says Shark Attacked Korean Tourist Who Then Died From Drowning
Photo from Guam Pacific Daily News.