Thanks for the pointer to the Hyundai website/docs. I did read through it and feel pretty confident that only the timing marks need to be aligned (IE, there is no need to rotate the oil pump balance shaft three times).
I'm not sure where the need to rotate the balance shafts 3 times came from. Anytime you are working on the timing belt or chain of an engine it is a standard practice to rotate the crankshaft two full rotations by hand after all timing marks are set. The camshaft(s) rotate at 1/2 the speed of the crank, so it takes two crankshaft rotations to bring all marks back to origin. Double or even triple checking the timing is important on an interference engine that will tear itself apart if the timing is off when started.
I am guessing HMA wasn't thinking about the web at the time the graphics were made. The graphics are better for more recent model years.