, a strictly aerobic, non-fermentative, Gram-negative coccobacillary rod-shaped bacterium,
is an opportunistic pathogen in humans. We recently isolated a multidrug-resistant A. baumannii
KBN10P02143 from the pus sample drawn from a surgical patient in South Korea. We report the complete genome of
this strain, which consists of 4,139,396 bp (G + C content, 39.08%) with 3,868 protein-coding genes, 73 tRNAs and
six rRNA operons. Identification of the genes related to multidrug resistance from this genome and the discovery of
a novel conjugative plasmid will increase our understanding of the pathogenicity associated with this species.