K League Best XI

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The K League Best XI is an acknowledgement of the best eleven players in K League.

K League 1 Best XI (1983–present)Edit

WinnersEdit

Players marked bold won the Most Valuable Player award in that respective year.

Season Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1983[1]   Cho Byung-deuk (Hallelujah)   Park Sung-hwa (Hallelujah)
  Kim Chul-soo (Pohang)
  Chang Woe-ryong (Daewoo)
  Lee Kang-jo (Yukong)
  Cho Kwang-rae (Daewoo)
  Park Chang-sun (Hallelujah)
  Park Yoon-ki (Yukong)
  Lee Kil-yong (Pohang)
  Lee Chun-seok (Daewoo)
  Kim Yong-se (Yukong)
1984[2]   Oh Yun-kyo (Yukong)   Chung Yong-hwan (Daewoo)
  Park Kyung-hoon (Pohang)
  Park Sung-hwa (Hallelujah)
  Chung Jong-soo (Yukong)
  Park Chang-sun (Hallelujah)
  Huh Jung-moo (Hyundai)
  Cho Young-jeung (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Choi Soon-ho (Pohang)
  Lee Tae-ho (Daewoo)
  Baek Jong-chul (Hyundai)
1985[3]   Kim Hyun-tae (Lucky-Goldstar)   Chang Woe-ryong (Daewoo)
  Han Moon-bae (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Kim Chul-soo (Pohang)
  Choi Kang-hee (Hyundai)
  Park Sang-in (Hallelujah)
  Lee Heung-sil (Pohang)
  Park Hang-seo (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Kim Yong-se (Yukong)
  Piyapong Pue-on (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Kang Deuk-soo (Lucky-Goldstar)
1986[4]   Kim Hyun-tae (Lucky-Goldstar)   Kim Pyung-seok (Hyundai)
  Cho Young-jeung (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Park No-bong (Daewoo)
  Choi Kang-hee (Hyundai)
  Cho Min-kook (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Lee Heung-sil (Pohang)
  Yoon Sung-hyo (Hanil Bank)
  Kim Yong-se (Yukong)
  Chung Hae-won (Daewoo)
  Ham Hyun-gi (Hyundai)
1987[5]   Kim Poong-joo (Daewoo)   Gu Sang-bum (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Choi Gi-bong (Yukong)
  Chung Yong-hwan (Daewoo)
  Park Kyung-hoon (Pohang)
  Kim Sam-soo (Hyundai)
  Noh Soo-jin (Yukong)
  Lee Heung-sil (Pohang)
  Choi Sang-kook (Pohang)
  Chung Hae-won (Daewoo)
  Kim Joo-sung (Daewoo)
1988[6]   Oh Yun-kyo (Hyundai)   Choi Kang-hee (Hyundai)
  Choi Tae-jin (Daewoo)
  Son Hyung-sun (Daewoo)
  Kang Tae-sik (Pohang)
  Choi Jin-han (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Kim Sang-ho (Pohang)
  Hwangbo Kwan (Yukong)
  Lee Kee-keun (Pohang)
  Ham Hyun-gi (Hyundai)
  Shin Dong-chul (Yukong)
1989[7]   Cha Sang-kwang (Lucky-Goldstar)   Lim Jong-heon (Ilhwa)
  Cho Yoon-hwan (Yukong)
  Choi Yun-kyum (Yukong)
  Lee Young-ik (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Lee Heung-sil (Pohang)
  Cho Duck-je (Daewoo)
  Kang Jae-soon (Hyundai)
  Yoon Sang-chul (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Cho Keung-yeon (Pohang)
  Noh Soo-jin (Yukong)
1990[8]   Yoo Dae-soon (Yukong)   Lim Jong-heon (Ilhwa)
  Choi Young-jun (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Choi Tae-jin (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Lee Jae-hee (Daewoo)
  Choi Jin-han (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Lee Heung-sil (Pohang)
  Choi Dae-shik (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Yoon Sang-chul (Lucky-Goldstar)
  Lee Tae-ho (Daewoo)
  Song Ju-seok (Hyundai)
1991[9]   Kim Poong-joo (Daewoo)   Chung Yong-hwan (Daewoo)
  Park Hyun-yong (Daewoo)
  Tadeusz Świątek (Yukong)
  Kim Hyun-seok (Hyundai)
  Lee Young-jin (LG)
  Kim Joo-sung (Daewoo)
  Choi Kang-hee (Hyundai)
  Lee Sang-yoon (Ilhwa)
  Lee Kee-keun (Pohang)
  Ko Jeong-woon (Ilhwa)
1992[10]   Valeri Sarychev (Ilhwa)   Hong Myung-bo (Pohang)
  Lee Jong-hwa (Ilhwa)
  Park Jung-bae (LG)
  Shin Hong-gi (Hyundai)
  Kim Hyun-Seok (Hyundai)
  Shin Tae-yong (Ilhwa)
  Park Tae-ha (Pohang)
  Shin Dong-chul (Yukong)
  Park Chang-hyun (Pohang)
  Lim Keun-jae (LG)
1993[11]   Valeri Sarychev (Ilhwa)   Choi Young-il (Hyundai)
  Lee Jong-hwa (Ilhwa)
  Yoo Dong-kwan (Pohang)
  Kim Pan-keun (Daewoo)
  Shin Tae-yong (Ilhwa)
  Kim Dong-hae (LG)
  Lee Sang-yoon (Ilhwa)
  Kim Bong-gil (Yukong)
  Cha Sang-hae (Pohang)
  Yoon Sang-chul (LG)
1994[12]   Valeri Sarychev (Ilhwa)   An Ik-soo (Ilhwa)
  Yoo Sang-chul (Hyundai)
  Hong Myung-bo (Pohang)
  Huh Ki-tae (Yukong)
  Hwangbo Kwan (Yukong)
  Shin Tae-yong (Ilhwa)
  Ko Jeong-woon (Ilhwa)
  Yoon Sang-chul (LG)
  Rade Bogdanović (Pohang)
  Kim Kyung-rae (Buffalo)
1995[13]   Valeri Sarychev (Ilhwa)   Choi Young-il (Hyundai)
  Hong Myung-bo (Pohang)
  Huh Ki-tae (Yukong)
  Ko Jeong-woon (Ilhwa)
  Kim Hyun-seok (Hyundai)
  Shin Tae-yong (Ilhwa)
  Amir Teljigović (Daewoo)
  Kim Pan-keun (LG)
  Hwang Sun-hong (Pohang)
  Roh Sang-rae (Jeonnam)
1996[14]   Kim Byung-ji (Ulsan)   Yoon Sung-hyo (Suwon)
  Kim Joo-sung (Busan)
  Huh Ki-tae (Bucheon SK)
  Shin Tae-yong (Cheonan)
  Pavel Badea (Suwon)
  Hong Myung-bo (Pohang)
  Ha Seok-ju (Busan)
  Kim Hyun-seok (Ulsan)
  Rade Bogdanović (Pohang)
  Sergey Burdin (Bucheon SK)
1997[15]   Shin Bum-chul (Busan)   Kim Joo-sung (Busan)
  Maciel (Jeonnam)
  An Ik-soo (Pohang)
  Kim Hyun-seok (Ulsan)
  Shin Jin-won (Daejeon)
  Kim In-wan (Jeonnam)
  Lee Jin-haeng (Suwon)
  Jung Jae-kwon (Busan)
  Radivoje Manić (Busan)
  Serhiy Skachenko (Jeonnam)
1998[16]   Kim Byung-ji (Ulsan)   An Ik-soo (Pohang)
  Maciel (Jeonnam)
  Lee Lim-saeng (Bucheon SK)
  Ko Jong-soo (Suwon)
  Yoo Sang-chul (Ulsan)
  Baek Seung-chul (Pohang)
  Ahn Jung-hwan (Busan)
  Jung Jeong-soo (Ulsan)
  Kim Hyun-seok (Ulsan)
  Saša Drakulić (Suwon)
1999[17]   Lee Woon-jae (Suwon)   Kang Chul (Bucheon SK)
  Kim Joo-sung (Busan)
  Maciel (Jeonnam)
  Shin Hong-gi (Suwon)
  Seo Jung-won (Suwon)
  Ko Jong-soo (Suwon)
  Denis Laktionov (Suwon)
  Ko Jeong-woon (Pohang)
  Ahn Jung-hwan (Busan)
  Saša Drakulić (Suwon)
2000[18]   Shin Eui-son (Anyang LG)   Kang Chul (Bucheon SK)
  Lee Lim-saeng (Bucheon SK)
  Kim Hyun-soo (Seongnam)
  Maciel (Jeonnam)
  André (Anyang LG)
  Shin Tae-yong (Seongnam)
  Jeon Kyung-jun (Bucheon SK)
  Denis Laktionov (Suwon)
  Choi Yong-soo (Anyang LG)
  Kim Do-hoon (Jeonbuk)
2001[19]   Shin Eui-son (Anyang LG)   Zoran Urumov (Busan)
  Kim Hyun-soo (Seongnam)
  Kim Yong-hee (Seongnam)
  Lee Young-pyo (Anyang LG)
  Shin Tae-yong (Seongnam)
  Seo Jung-won (Suwon)
  Song Chong-gug (Busan)
  Nam Ki-il (Bucheon SK)
  Woo Sung-yong (Busan)
  Sandro (Suwon)
2002[20]   Lee Woon-jae (Suwon)   Kim Hyun-soo (Seongnam)
  Kim Tae-young (Jeonnam)
  Choi Jin-cheul (Jeonbuk)
  Hong Myung-bo (Pohang)
  Shin Tae-yong (Seongnam)
  Lee Chun-soo (Ulsan)
  André (Anyang LG)
  Seo Jung-won (Suwon)
  Kim Dae-eui (Seongnam)
  Yoo Sang-chul (Ulsan)
2003[21]   Seo Dong-myung (Ulsan)   Choi Jin-cheul (Jeonbuk)
  Kim Tae-young (Jeonnam)
  Kim Hyun-soo (Seongnam)
  Rogério Pinheiro (Pohang)
  Shin Tae-yong (Seongnam)
  Lee Seong-nam (Seongnam)
  Lee Kwan-woo (Daejeon)
  Kim Nam-il (Jeonnam)
  Kim Do-hoon (Seongnam)
  Magno Alves (Jeonbuk)
2004[22]   Lee Woon-jae (Suwon)   Rogério Pinheiro (Pohang)
  Yoo Kyoung-youl (Ulsan)
  Javier Musa (Suwon)
  Kwak Hee-ju (Suwon)
  Kim Dong-jin (Seoul)
  Andrezinho (Pohang)
  Kim Do-heon (Suwon)
  Kim Dae-eui (Suwon)
  Nádson (Suwon)
  Mota (Jeonnam)
2005[23]   Kim Byung-ji (Pohang)   Lim Joong-yong (Incheon)
  Yoo Kyoung-youl (Ulsan)
  Cho Yong-hyung (Bucheon SK)
  Kim Young-chul (Seongnam)
  Lee Chun-soo (Ulsan)
  Lee Ho (Ulsan)
  Kim Do-heon (Seongnam)
  Cho Won-hee (Suwon)
  Park Chu-young (Seoul)
  Leandro Machado (Ulsan)
2006[24]   Park Ho-jin (Suwon)   Jang Hak-young (Seongnam)
  Mato Neretljak (Suwon)
  Choi Jin-cheul (Jeonbuk)
  Kim Young-chul (Seongnam)
  Kim Do-heon (Seongnam)
  Lee Kwan-woo (Suwon)
  Baek Ji-hoon (Suwon)
  Popó (Busan)
  Woo Sung-yong (Seongnam)
  Kim Eun-jung (Seoul)
2007[25]   Kim Byung-ji (Seoul)   Adilson (Seoul)
  Mato Neretljak (Suwon)
  Hwang Jae-won (Pohang)
  Jang Hak-young (Seongnam)
  Andrezinho (Pohang)
  Lee Kwan-woo (Suwon)
  Kim Gi-dong (Pohang)
  Kim Do-heon (Seongnam)
  Lee Keun-ho (Daegu)
  Cabore (Gyeongnam)
2008[26]   Lee Woon-jae (Suwon)   Adilson (Seoul)
  Mato Neretljak (Suwon)
  Park Dong-hyuk (Ulsan)
  Choi Hyo-jin (Pohang)
  Kim Hyeung-bum (Jeonbuk)
  Cho Won-hee (Suwon)
  Ki Sung-yueng (Seoul)
  Lee Chung-yong (Seoul)
  Lee Keun-ho (Daegu)
  Edu (Suwon)
2009[27]   Shin Hwa-yong (Pohang)   Kim Sang-sik (Jeonbuk)
  Kim Hyung-il (Pohang)
  Hwang Jae-won (Pohang)
  Choi Hyo-jin (Pohang)
  Choi Tae-uk (Jeonbuk)
  Ki Sung-yueng (Seoul)
  Kim Jung-woo (Seongnam)
  Eninho (Jeonbuk)
  Lee Dong-gook (Jeonbuk)
  Denilson (Pohang)
2010[28]   Kim Yong-dae (Seoul)   Adilson (Seoul)
  Hong Jeong-ho (Jeju)
  Sasa Ognenovski (Seongnam)
  Choi Hyo-jin (Seoul)
  Mauricio Molina (Seongnam)
  Yoon Bit-garam (Gyeongnam)
  Koo Ja-cheol (Jeju)
  Eninho (Jeonbuk)
  Kim Eun-jung (Jeju)
  Dejan Damjanović (Seoul)
2011[29]   Kim Young-kwang (Ulsan)   Park Won-jae (Jeonbuk)
  Kwak Tae-hwi (Ulsan)
  Cho Sung-hwan (Jeonbuk)
  Choi Chul-soon (Jeonbuk)
  Yeom Ki-hun (Suwon)
  Yoon Bit-garam (Geyongnam)
  Ha Dae-sung (Seoul)
  Eninho (Jeonbuk)
  Lee Dong-gook (Jeonbuk)
  Dejan Damjanović (Seoul)
2012[30]   Kim Yong-dae (Seoul)   Adilson (Seoul)
  Jung In-whan (Incheon)
  Kwak Tae-hwi (Ulsan)
  Kim Chang-soo (Busan)
  Mauricio Molina (Seoul)
  Ha Dae-sung (Seoul)
  Hwang Jin-sung (Pohang)
  Lee Keun-Ho (Ulsan)
  Lee Dong-gook (Jeonbuk)
  Dejan Damjanović (Seoul)
2013[31]   Kim Seung-gyu (Ulsan)   Adilson (Seoul)
  Kim Chi-gon (Ulsan)
  Kim Won-il (Pohang)
  Lee Yong (Ulsan)
  Ko Moo-yeol (Pohang)
  Lee Myung-joo (Pohang)
  Ha Dae-sung (Seoul)
  Leonardo (Jeonbuk)
  Kim Shin-wook (Ulsan)
  Dejan Damjanović (Seoul)
2014[32]   Kwoun Sun-tae (Jeonbuk)   Hong Chul (Suwon)
  Kim Ju-young (Seoul)
  Alex Wilkinson (Jeonbuk)
  Cha Du-ri (Seoul)
  Lim Sang-hyub (Busan)
  Koh Myong-jin (Seoul)
  Lee Seung-gi (Jeonbuk)
  Han Kyo-won (Jeonbuk)
  Lee Dong-gook (Jeonbuk)
  Santos (Suwon)
2015[33]   Kwoun Sun-tae (Jeonbuk)   Hong Chul (Suwon)
  Matej Jonjić (Incheon)
  Kim Kee-hee (Jeonbuk)
  Cha Du-ri (Seoul)
  Yeom Ki-hun (Suwon)
  Lee Jae-sung (Jeonbuk)
  Kwon Chang-hoon (Suwon)
  Song Jin-hyung (Jeju)
  Lee Dong-gook (Jeonbuk)
  Adriano (Seoul)
2016[34]   Kwoun Sun-tae (Jeonbuk)   Chung Woon (Jeju)
  Osmar (Seoul)
  Matej Jonjić (Incheon)
  Ko Kwang-min (Seoul)
  Leonardo (Jeonbuk)
  Lee Jae-sung (Jeonbuk)
  Kwon Chang-hoon (Suwon)
  Ricardo Lopes (Jeonbuk)
  Jung Jo-gook (Gwangju)
  Adriano (Seoul)
2017[35]   Jo Hyeon-woo (Daegu)   Kim Jin-su (Jeonbuk)
  Kim Min-jae (Jeonbuk)
  Oh Ban-suk (Jeju)
  Choi Chul-soon (Jeonbuk)
  Yeom Ki-hun (Suwon)
  Lee Jae-sung (Jeonbuk)
  Lee Chang-min (Jeju)
  Lee Seung-gi (Jeonbuk)
  Johnathan (Suwon)
  Lee Keun-ho (Gangwon)
2018[36]   Jo Hyeon-woo (Daegu)   Hong Chul (Suwon)
  Kim Min-jae (Jeonbuk)
  Richard Windbichler (Ulsan)
  Lee Yong (Jeonbuk)
  Negueba (Gyeongnam)
  Choi Young-jun (Gyeongnam)
  Elías Aguilar (Incheon)
  Ricardo Lopes (Jeonbuk)
  Marcão (Gyeongnam)
  Júnior Negrão (Ulsan)
2019[37]   Jo Hyeon-woo (Daegu)   Hong Chul (Suwon)
  Hong Jeong-ho (Jeonbuk)
  Lee Yong (Jeonbuk)
  Kim Tae-hwan (Ulsan)
  Moon Seon-min (Jeonbuk)
  Kim Bo-kyung (Ulsan)
  Cesinha (Daegu)
  Wanderson (Pohang)
  Adam Taggart (Suwon)
  Júnior Negrão (Ulsan)

Appearances by playerEdit

Player Apps Years Club(s)
  Shin Tae-yong 9 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Seongnam
  Kim Hyun-seok 6 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Ulsan
   Shin Eui-son
(Valeri Sarychev)
6 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2000, 2001 Ilhwa, Anyang LG
  Lee Heung-sil 5 1983, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990 Pohang
  Kim Joo-sung 5 1987, 1991, 1996, 1997, 1999 Busan
  Hong Myung-bo 5 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2002 Pohang
  Adilson 5 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013 Seoul
  Lee Dong-gook 5 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015 Jeonbuk
  Choi Kang-hee 4 1985, 1986, 1988, 1991 Hyundai
  Yoon Sang-chul 4 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994 LG
  Ko Jeong-woon 4 1991, 1994, 1995, 1999 Ilhwa, Pohang
  Kim Hyun-soo 4 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Seongnam
  Kim Byung-ji 4 1996, 1998, 2005, 2007 Ulsan, Pohang, Seoul
  Kim Do-heon 4 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Suwon, Seongnam
  Lee Woon-jae 4 1999, 2002, 2004, 2008 Suwon
  Dejan Damjanović 4 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Seoul
  Lee Keun-ho 4 2007, 2008, 2012, 2017 Daegu, Ulsan, Gangwon
  Hong Chul 4 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019 Suwon

Appearances by nationalityEdit

Nation Apps
  South Korea 330
  Brazil 41
  FR Yugoslavia 6
  Croatia 5
  Tajikistan 4
  Montenegro 4
  Russia 3
  Australia 3
  Colombia 2
9 nations 1
Total 407

K League 2 Best XI (2013–present)Edit

Season Goalkeeper (GK) Defenders (DF) Midfielders (MF) Forwards (FW)
2013
  Kim Ho-Jun (Sangju)   Choi Chul-Soon (Sangju)
  Kim Hyung-Il (Sangju)
  Lee Jae-Seong (Sangju)
  Oh Beom-Seok (Police)
  Yeom Ki-Hun (Police)
  Lee Ho (Sangju)
  Choi Jin-Soo (Anyang)
  Kim Young-Hoo (Police)
  Lee Keun-Ho (Sangju)
  Alex (Goyang)
2014
  Park Ju-won (Daejeon)   Lee Jae-kwon (Ansan)
  Heo Jae-won (Daegu)
  Yoon Won-il (Daejeon)
  Rim Chang-woo (Daejeon)
  Kim Ho-nam (Gwangju)
  Lee Yong-rae (Ansan)
  Choi Jin-soo (Anyang)
  Choi Jin-ho (Gangwon)
  Adriano (Daejeon)
  Alex (Gangwon)
2015
  Jo Hyeon-woo (Daegu)   Park Jin-po (Sangju)
  Shin Hyung-min (Ansan)
  Kang Min-soo (Sangju)
  Lee Yong (Sangju)
  Ko Kyung-min (Anyang)
  Lee Seung-gi (Sangju)
  Cho Won-hee (Seoul E)
  Kim Jae-sung (Seoul E)
  Johnathan (Daegu)
  Joo Min-kyu (Seoul E)
2016
  Jo Hyeon-woo (Daegu)   Jeong Woo-jae (Daegu)
  Hwang Jae-won (Daegu)
  Lee Han-saem (Gangwon)
  Jung Seung-yong (Gangwon)
  Waguininho (Bucheon)
  Lee Hyun-seung (Ansan)
  Hwang In-beom (Daejeon)
  Cesinha (Daegu)
  Kim Dong-chan (Daejeon)
  Willian Popp (Busan)
2017
  Lee Bum-soo (Gyeongnam)   Choi Jae-soo (Gyeongnam)
  Park Ji-soo (Gyeongnam)
  Ivan Herceg (Gyeongnam)
  Woo Joo-sung (Gyeongnam)
  Jung Won-jin (Gyeongnam)
  Hwang In-beom (Daejeon)
  Moon Ki-han (Bucheon)
  Bae Ki-jong (Gyeongnam)
  Marcão (Gyeongnam)
  Lee Jeong-hyeop (Busan)
2018
  Kim Young-kwang (Seoul E)   Seo Bo-min (Seongnam)
  Yun Young-sun (Seongnam)
  Lee Han-saem (Asan)
  Kim Moon-hwan (Busan)
  Rômulo (Busan)
  Hwang In-beom (Daejeon)
  Lee Myung-joo (Asan)
  Ahn Hyeon-beom (Asan)
  Na Sang-ho (Gwangju)
  Aurelian Chițu (Daejeon)
2019
  Yoon Pyeong-gook (Gwangju)   Lee Euddeum (Gwangju)
  Nilson Júnior (Bucheon)
  Rustam Ashurmatov (Gwangju)
  Kim Moon-hwan (Busan)
  Kim Sang-won (Anyang)
  Alex Lima (Anyang)
  Lee Dong-jun (Busan)
  Rômulo (Busan)
  Cho Gue-sung (Anyang)
  Chisom Egbuchulam (Suwon FC)

K League 30th Anniversary Legends Best XI (2013)Edit

Source:[38]

Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards
   Shin Eui-son
(Valeri Sarychev)
  Choi Kang-hee
  Kim Tae-young
  Hong Myung-bo
  Park Kyung-hoon
  Kim Joo-sung
  Shin Tae-yong
  Yoo Sang-chul
  Seo Jung-won
  Hwang Sun-hong
  Choi Soon-ho

See alsoEdit

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