at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games
|Location||Mandaue City, Cebu|
Karate at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games took place in the Mandaue Coliseum, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines. The participants were competing in different weight categories in both the men's and women's competitions. The event was held from November 27–29.
Host nation (Philippines)
|Totals (9 nations)||18||18||36||72|
|Men's individual||Ku Jin Keat||Faizal Zainuddin||Noel Espinosa|
|Lê Xuân Hùng|
|Women's individual||Lim Lee Lee||Nguyễn Hoàng Ngân||Stephanie Lim|
|Ng Pei Yi|
|55 kg|| Puvaneswaran Ramasamy ||Eddie Jofriani Johari||Phạm Trần Nguyên|
|60 kg||Kunasilan Lakanathan||Donny Dharmawan||Sein Win|
|65 kg||Nelson Pacalso||Nguyễn Bảo Toàn||Ly Wai|
|70 kg||Bùi Việt Bằng||Sim Chung Hiang||Junel Perania|
|75 kg||Christo Mondolu||Rayner Kin Siong||Mai Xuân Lượng|
| Tong Kit Siong |
|+75 kg||Umar Syarief||Jarvis Julian||Joey Pabillore|
|Open weight||Umar Syarief||Nguyễn Ngọc Thành||Mahendran Supremaniam|
|L. C. Jun|
|48 kg||Vũ Thị Nguyệt Ánh||Telly Melinda||Mae Eso Soriano|
|53 kg||Maria Marna Pabillore||Yanisa Torrattanawathana||Jenny Zeannet|
|Đào Thị Tú Anh|
|60 kg||Nguyễn Thị Hải Yến||Puspa Meonk||Cherli Tugday|
|+60 kg|| Gretchen Malalad ||Jamaliah Jamaluddin||Nguyễn Thị Nga|
|Puspita Triana Gustin|
|Open weight||Yanisa Torrattanawathana||Yamini Gopalasamy||Nguyễn Thị Hải Yến|
| Gretchen Malalad |
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