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K League All-Star Game
K-League All Star.png
Founded 1991; 23 years ago (1991)
Region K League (AFC)
Number of teams 2
Television broadcasters KBS
2013 K League All-Star Game

The K League All-Star Game is an annual exhibition match organised by the Korea Professional Football League (K League). Inaugural match was started at 1991.

Blue vs White[edit]

1991[edit]

1991-11-10
UTC+9 15:00
Blue 3 – 1 White
Lee Young-Jin Goal 9'
Noh Soo-Jin Goal 35'
Ha Seok-Ju Goal 64'
Report Kim Hyun-Seok Goal 27'
Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: South Korea Choi Gil-Soo
BLUE:
GK South Korea Cha Sang-Kwang
DF South Korea Chung Yong-Hwan
DF South Korea Choi Yun-Gyeom Substituted off
DF South Korea Gu Sang-Bum
DF South Korea Park Hyun-Yong
DF South Korea Kim Pan-Keun
MF South Korea Choi Jin-Han
MF South Korea Lee Young-Jin Substituted off
MF South Korea Noh Soo-Jin Substituted off
FW South Korea Hwangbo Kwan Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Joo-Sung
Substitutes:
DF South Korea Park Jung-Bae Substituted in
MF South Korea Kim Jun-Hyun Substituted in
MF South Korea Cho Min-Kuk Substituted in
FW South Korea Ha Seok-Ju Substituted in
Manager:
South Korea Kim Jung-Nam
WHITE:
GK South Korea Choi In-Young
DF South Korea Choi Kang-Hee
DF South Korea Gong Moon-Bae
DF South Korea Chung Jong-Seon
MF South Korea Yoon Sung-Hyo
MF South Korea Lee Sang-Yoon Substituted off
MF South Korea Oh Dong-Cheon
MF South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok Substituted off
FW South Korea Shin Hong-Gi
FW South Korea Choi Soon-Ho Substituted off
FW South Korea Ko Jeong-Woon
Substitutes:
DF South Korea Cho Woo-Seok Substituted in
MF South Korea Kim Sang-Ho
FW South Korea Kim E-Joo Substituted in
FW South Korea Lee Kee-Keun Substituted in
Manager:
South Korea Park Jong-Hwan

Man of the Match:
South Korea Lee Young-Jin

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kil Ki-Chul
South Korea Park Hee-Charang
Fourth official:
South Korea Kim Young-Joo


1992[edit]

1992-07-22
UTC+9 18:00
Blue 0 – 2 White
Report Kim Hyun-Seok Goal 81' Goal 85'
Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 8,051
Referee: South Korea Choi Chang-Seon
BLUE:
GK Tajikistan Valeri Sarychev
DF South Korea Ha Sung-Joon
DF South Korea Park Jung-Bae
DF South Korea Choi Young-Joon
DF South Korea Gu Bon-Seok Substituted off
MF South Korea Lee Sang-Yoon Substituted off
MF South Korea Lee Young-Jin
MF South Korea Choi Dae-Shik
MF South Korea Noh Soo-Jin Substituted off
FW South Korea Hwangbo Kwan Substituted off
FW South Korea Ko Jeong-Woon
Substitutes:
MF South Korea Lee Jong-Hwa Substituted in
MF South Korea Oh Dong-Cheon Substituted in
MF South Korea Yoon Sang-Chul Substituted in
FW South Korea Lim Geun-Jae Substituted in
Manager:
South Korea Ko Jae-Wook
WHITE:
GK South Korea Choi In-Young
DF South Korea Choi Kang-Hee
DF South Korea Chung Jong-Soo
DF South Korea Chung Jeong-Sun
DF South Korea Hong Myung-Bo
MF South Korea Park Tae-Ha
MF South Korea Ahn Sung-Il Substituted off
MF South Korea Park Hyun-Yong
FW South Korea Park Chang-Hyun
FW South Korea Kim Jung-Hyuk Substituted off
FW South Korea Noh Kyung-Hwan Substituted off
Substitutes:
DF South Korea Kim Pan-Keun Substituted in
MF South Korea Shin Hong-Gi Substituted in
FW South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok Substituted in
 
Manager:
South Korea Cha Bum-Kun

Man of the Match:
South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok

Assistant referees:
South Korea Lee Sang-Yong
South Korea Kim Gwang-Jong
Fourth official:
South Korea Seo Geun-Man

South Koreans vs Foreigners[edit]

1995[edit]

  • Blue Dragon: South Korean footballers
  • White Tiger: Foreign footballers
1995-08-07
UTC+9 15:00
Blue Dragon 1 – 0 White Tiger
Roh Sang-Rae Goal 87' Report
Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: South Korea Lee Sang-Yong
BLUE DRAGON:
GK South Korea Kim Byung-Ji Substituted off
DF South Korea Kang Chul Substituted off
DF South Korea Kim Pan-Keun Substituted off
DF South Korea Yoo Sang-Chul
DF South Korea Lee Young-Sang
MF South Korea Choi Young-Il
MF South Korea Hong Myung-Bo
MF South Korea Ko Jeong-Woon
MF South Korea Ha Seok-Ju Substituted off
FW South Korea Hwang Seon-Hong Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Joo-Sung Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Shin Bum-Chul Substituted in
MF South Korea Lee Young-Jin Substituted in
MF South Korea Choi Dae-Shik Substituted in
MF South Korea Shin Tae-Yong Substituted in
FW South Korea Roh Sang-Rae Substituted in
FW South Korea Song Ju-Seok Substituted in
Manager:
South Korea Huh Jung-Moo
WHITE TIGER:
GK Tajikistan Valeri Sarychev
DF Ukraine Andriy Sidelnikov
DF Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jovan Sarcevic
DF Brazil Silvan Lopes
DF South Korea Gu Sang-Bum
MF Russia Gennadi Stepouchkine Substituted off
MF Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Amir Teljigovic
MF South Korea Hwangbo Kwan Substituted off
FW Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Rade Bogdanovic
FW Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Saša Drakulić Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Bong-Gil Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK Russia Sasa Alexandre Substituted in
DF Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Goran Jevtic Substituted in
MF Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Boro
MF Hungary József Somogyi Substituted in
MF South Korea Han Jung-Kook Substituted in
MF Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Minic Substituted in
Manager:
Russia Valeri Nepomniachi

Man of the Match:
South Korea Roh Sang-Rae

Assistant referees:
South Korea Min Byung-Keuk
South Korea Kim Young-Joo
Fourth official:
South Korea Kang Byung-Ho


1997[edit]

  • Blue Dragon: South Korean footballers
  • White Tiger: Foreign footballers
1997-11-30
UTC+9 14:00
Blue Dragon 2 – 1 White Tiger
Kim Do-Hoon Goal 47'
Kim Jung-Hyuk Goal 50'
Report Manic Goal 43'
Gwang-Yang Stadium, Gwangyang
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: South Korea Seo Geun-Man
BLUE DRAGON:
GK South Korea Kim Byung-Ji
DF South Korea Chung Jong-Seon
DF South Korea Ha Seok-Ju
DF South Korea Kim Tae-Young
DF South Korea Yoo Sang-Chul
MF South Korea Kim Gi-Dong Substituted off
MF South Korea Lee Ki-Hyung Substituted off
MF South Korea Seo Jung-Won
MF South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok Substituted off
FW South Korea Park Kun-Ha Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Do-Hoon
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Kim Bong-Soo
DF South Korea Kim Joo-Sung
DF South Korea Lee Min-Sung
DF South Korea Kim Jung-Hyuk Substituted in
MF South Korea Jang Chul-Woo Substituted in
MF South Korea Lee Sang-Yoon Substituted in
FW South Korea Roh Sang-Rae 0 0 Substituted in
Manager:
South Korea Ko Jae-Wook
WHITE TIGER:
GK Tajikistan Valeri Sarychev Substituted off
DF Russia Boris Vostrosablin
DF Brazil Maciel Luiz Franco Substituted off
DF Romania Cosmin Olăroiu
DF Zaire Mutamba Kabongo
MF Croatia Dzevad Turkovic Substituted off
MF Romania Pavel Badea
MF Republic of Macedonia Zanko Savov Substituted off
FW Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radivoje Manic Substituted off
FW Romania Constantin Barbu Substituted off
FW Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Saša Drakulić Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK Russia Aleksei Prudnikov Substituted in
MF Ghana Stanley Aborah Substituted in
MF Russia Oleg Elyshev Substituted in
MF Russia Denis Laktionov Substituted in
FW Cameroon Michel Pensée 0 0 Substituted in
FW Ukraine Vitaliy Parakhnevych Substituted in
FW Ukraine Serhiy Skachenko Substituted in
Manager:
Russia Valeri Nepomniachi

Man of the Match:
South Korea Kim Jung-Hyuk

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kwak Kyung-Man
South Korea Kang Sung-Choo
Fourth official:
South Korea Lee Jae-Sung

Central vs South[edit]

1998[edit]

1998-08-16
UTC+9 17:00
Central 2 – 6 South
Ko Jong-Soo Goal 16' (pen.)
Lee Sang-Yoon Goal 35'
Report Ahn Jung-Hwan Goal 28'
Yoo Sang-Cheol Goal 30'
Park Tae-Ha Goal 55'
Park Sung-Bae Goal 56'
Lee Dong-Gook Goal 69' (pen.) 78'
Jamsil Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 61,840
Referee: South Korea Kim Gwang-Jong
CENTRAL:
GK South Korea Kim Bong-Soo
DF South Korea Kang Chul
DF South Korea Jang Dae-Il
DF South Korea Kim Kyung-Bum
DF South Korea Lee Lim-Saeng
MF South Korea Ko Jong-Soo Substituted off
MF Russia Oleg Elyshev Substituted off
MF South Korea Yoon Jung-Hwan
MF South Korea Lee Ki-Beom Substituted off
FW South Korea Lee Sang-Yoon Substituted off
FW South Korea Choi Yong-Soo
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Lee Woon-Jae
DF Democratic Republic of the Congo Mutamba Kabongo
DF South Korea Lee Ki-Hyung
DF South Korea Seo Dong-Won Substituted in
MF South Korea Shin Jin-Won Substituted in
FW South Korea Kim Eun-Jung 0 0 Substituted in
0
Manager:
South Korea Kim Ho
SOUTH:
GK South Korea Kim Byung-Ji Substituted off
DF South Korea Kim Joo-Sung
DF South Korea Lee Min-Sung Substituted off
DF South Korea Yoo Sang-Chul Substituted off
DF South Korea Kim Jung-Hyuk
MF Brazil Maciel Luiz Franco
MF South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok Substituted off
MF South Korea Kim Do-Keun Substituted off
FW South Korea Jung Jae-Kwon Substituted off
FW South Korea Ahn Jung-Hwan Substituted off
FW South Korea Lee Dong-Gook Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Shin Bum-Chul Substituted in
MF South Korea Kim Tae-Young Substituted in
MF South Korea Lee Kyung-Choon Substituted in
MF South Korea Park Tae-Ha Substituted in
FW Iraq Abbas Obeid Jassim 0 0 Substituted in
FW Croatia Dzevad Turkovic Substituted in
FW South Korea Park Sung-Bae Substituted in
Manager:
South Korea Lee Cha-Man

Man of the Match:
South Korea Lee Dong-Gook

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kwon Jong-Chul
South Korea Kim Tae-Young
Fourth official:
South Korea Han Byung-Hwa


1999[edit]

1999-08-15
UTC+9 18:00
Central 7 – 3 South
Choi Yong-Soo Goal 10' (pen.)
Saša Goal 16'
Kim Eun-Jung Goal 52' (pen.)
Kwak Kyung-Keun Goal 55'75'
Jung Kwang-Min Goal 63'
Seo Dong-Won Goal 70'
Report Maciel Goal 31'86'
Roh Sang-Rae Goal 89'
Jamsil Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 65,872
Referee: South Korea Lim Eun-Joo
CENTRAL:
GK South Korea Lee Woon-Jae Substituted off
DF South Korea Shin Hong-Gi Substituted off
DF Democratic Republic of the Congo Mutamba Kabongo
DF South Korea Kang Chul
DF South Korea Lee Lim-Saeng
MF South Korea Park Nam-Yeol
MF South Korea Ko Jong-Soo Substituted off
MF South Korea Seo Jung-Won Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Jin-Woo Substituted off
FW Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Saša Drakulić Substituted off
FW South Korea Choi Yong-Soo Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Kwon Chan-Soo Substituted in
MF South Korea Lee Ki-Hyung Substituted in
MF South Korea Jung Kwang-Min Substituted in
MF South Korea Seo Dong-Won Substituted in
FW South Korea Kwak Kyung-Keun 0 0 Substituted in
FW South Korea Kim Eun-Jung Substituted in
FW Russia Sergey Burdin Substituted in
Manager:
South Korea Kim Ho
SOUTH:
GK South Korea Kim Byung-Ji Substituted off
DF South Korea Kim Sang-Hoon Substituted off
DF South Korea Choi Dong-Ho
DF Brazil Maciel Luiz Franco
DF South Korea Kim Tae-Young
MF South Korea Ko Jeong-Woon Substituted off
MF South Korea Seo Hyuk-Su
MF South Korea Park Seong-Bae Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok Substituted off
FW South Korea Lee Dong-Gook Substituted off
FW South Korea Ahn Jung-Hwan Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Lee Kwang-Seok Substituted in
DF South Korea Kim Hyun-Soo Substituted in
MF Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radivoje Manic Substituted in
MF South Korea Kim Do-Keun Substituted in
FW South Korea Kim Jong-Kun Substituted in
FW South Korea Park Tae-Ha 0 0 Substituted in
FW South Korea Roh Sang-Rae Substituted in
Manager:
South Korea Ko Jae-Wook

Man of the Match:
South Korea Kwak Kyung-Keun

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kim Jin-Ohk
South Korea Min Bae-Sik
Fourth official:
South Korea Cha Deok-Hwan


2000[edit]

2000-08-15
UTC+9 18:00
Central 2 – 3 South
Lee Yong-Bal Goal 46' (pen.)
Park Nam-Yeol Goal 53'
Report Lee Dong-Gook Goal 3'
Lee Young-Pyo Goal 21' (Own goal)
Choi Moon-Sik Goal 39'
Jamsil Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 48,986
Referee: South Korea Lee Sang-Yong
CENTRAL:
GK TajikistanSouth Korea Shin Eui-Son Substituted off
DF South Korea Seo Dong-Won Substituted off
DF South Korea Kang Chul
DF South Korea Lee Lim-Saeng
DF South Korea Shin Hong-Gi
DF South Korea Kim Young-Chul Substituted off
MF South Korea Lee Young-Pyo
MF South Korea Ko Jong-Soo
FW South Korea Park Kang-Jo Substituted off
FW South Korea Park Nam-Yeol Substituted off
FW South Korea Choi Yong-Soo
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Lee Yong-Bal Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Shin Jin-Won Substituted in 45'
MF Russia Denis Laktionov Substituted in 45'
MF Brazil Andre Luiz dos Santos Substituted in 45'
FW South Korea Jang Chul-Woo 0 0 Substituted in 65'
Manager:
South Korea Cho Yoon-Hwan
SOUTH:
GK South Korea Kim Byung-Ji Substituted off
DF South Korea Park Min-Seo Substituted off
DF Croatia Jasenko Sabitović
DF Brazil Maciel Luiz Franco Substituted off
DF South Korea Kim Tae-Young
MF South Korea Kim Do-Kyun
MF South Korea Park Tae-Ha
MF South Korea Yang Hyun-Jung
MF South Korea Choi Moon-Sik Substituted off
FW South Korea Lee Dong-Gook Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Do-Hoon
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Seo Dong-Myung Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Lee Ki-Boo Substituted in 55'
DF South Korea Kim Sang-Hoon Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Kim Nam-Il Substituted in 61'
FW Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radivoje Manic Substituted in 61'
Manager:
South Korea Lee Hoi-Taek

Man of the Match:
South Korea Kim Byung-Ji

Assistant referees:
South Korea Lee Sam-Ho
South Korea Kim Kye-Soo
Fourth official:
South Korea Kim Yong-Chul


2001[edit]

2001-08-05
UTC+9 19:00
Central 1 – 2 South
Sandro Cardoso Goal 65' Report Lee Dong-Gook Goal 3'30'
Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon
Attendance: 31,978
Referee: South Korea Son Jong-Deok
CENTRAL:
GK TajikistanSouth Korea Shin Eui-Son Substituted off
DF South Korea Lee Young-Pyo
DF South Korea Cho Sung-Hwan
DF South Korea Kim Young-Keun
DF South Korea Kim Hyun-Soo
MF South Korea Lee Eul-Yong
MF South Korea Choi Tae-Uk
MF South Korea Park Nam-Yeol Substituted off
FW South Korea Sung Han-Soo Substituted off
FW Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Saša Drakulić Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Eun-Jung Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Lee Yong-Bal Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Ko Jong-Soo Substituted in 45'
MF Russia Denis Laktionov Substituted in 52'
MF Brazil Sandro Substituted in 52'
MF South Korea Seo Jung-Won 0 0 Substituted in 35'
0
Manager:
South Korea Kim Ho
SOUTH:
GK South Korea Kim Byung-Ji
DF South Korea Ha Seok-Ju Substituted off
DF South Korea Song Chong-Gug
DF Brazil Maciel
DF South Korea Lee Min-Sung
MF South Korea Kim Nam-Il
MF Colombia Harry German Castillo Vallejo Substituted off
MF South Korea Yang Hyun-Jung Substituted off
MF South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok Substituted off
FW South Korea Lee Dong-Gook
FW South Korea Kim Do-Hoon Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Seo Dong-Myung Substituted in 84'
DF South Korea Jang Dae-Il Substituted in 63'
MF South Korea Kim Do-Kyun Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Ko Jeong-Woon Substituted in 35'Substituted off
FW Brazil Pauliniho Substituted in 54'
FW Brazil Cesar da Costa Oliveira Substituted in 54'
Manager:
South Korea Kim Ho-Gon

Man of the Match:
South Korea Lee Dong-Gook

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kim Sun-Jin
South Korea Kim Hwa-Soo
Fourth official:
South Korea Kim Hoi-Sung


2002[edit]

2002-08-15
UTC+9 19:00
Central 6 – 1 South
Saša Goal 49'59'65'86'
Dabo Goal 72'
Shin Tae-Yong Goal 87'
Report Lee Dong-Gook Goal 61'
Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 65,860
Referee: South Korea Kwon Jong-Chul
CENTRAL:
GK TajikistanSouth Korea Shin Eui-Son
DF South Korea Lee Young-Pyo
DF South Korea Lee Lim-Saeng Substituted off
DF South Korea Lee Ki-Hyung
DF South Korea Kim Sang-Sik Substituted off
MF South Korea Ko Jong-Soo Substituted off
MF South Korea Lee Kwan-Woo
MF South Korea Shin Tae-Yong
MF Brazil Andre Luiz dos Santos Substituted off
FW South Korea Choi Tae-Uk Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Eun-Jung Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Lee Woon-Jae
DF South Korea Kim Jung-Soo Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Kim Young-Chul Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Nam Ki-Il Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Choi Sung-Yong Substituted in 45'
FW Mali Cheick Oumar Dabo Substituted in 45'
FW Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Saša Drakulić 0 0 Substituted in 45'
Manager:
South Korea Cha Kyung-Bok
SOUTH:
GK South Korea Kim Byung-Ji Substituted off
DF South Korea Hong Myung-Bo Substituted off
DF South Korea Kim Tae-Young Substituted off
DF South Korea Park Dong-Hyuk
DF South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul Substituted off
MF South Korea Kim Nam-Il Substituted off
MF Colombia Harry German Castillo Vallejo
MF South Korea Hyun Young-Min Substituted off
MF South Korea Park Jin-Seop
FW South Korea Lee Dong-Gook
FW South Korea Lee Chun-Soo
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Lee Yong-Bal Substituted in 45'
DF Brazil Maciel Luiz Franco Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Lee Min-Sung Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Song Chong-Gug Substituted in 65'
MF South Korea Ha Seok-Ju Substituted in 45'
FW Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radivoje Manic
FW South Korea Kim Do-Hoon 0 0 Substituted in 45'
Manager:
South Korea Kim Jung-Nam

Man of the Match:
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Saša Drakulić

Assistant referees:
South Korea Yoo Young-Tae
South Korea Ahn Sang-Ki
Fourth official:
South Korea Park Jong-Kyu


2003[edit]

2003-08-15
UTC+9 19:00
Central 1 – 4 South
Dabo Goal 82' Report Lee Dong-Gook Goal 18'
Edmilson Goal 70'
Dodô Goal 80'
Kim Hyun-Seok Goal 85'
Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 55,874
Referee: South Korea Kim Jin-Ohk
CENTRAL:
GK South Korea Lee Woon-Jae Substituted off
DF South Korea Cho Byung-Kuk
DF Croatia Jasenko Sabitović Substituted off
DF South Korea Lee Ki-Hyung Substituted off
MF South Korea Lee Eul-Yong
MF South Korea Choi Tae-Uk
MF South Korea Lee Kwan-Woo
MF South Korea Shin Tae-Yong
MF South Korea Seo Jung-Won Substituted off
FW South Korea Jung Jo-Gook Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Eun-Jung Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Choi Eun-Sung Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Wang Jung-Hyun
DF South Korea Nam Ki-Il Substituted in 45'
MF Romania Gabriel Popescu Substituted in 45'
FW South Korea Kim Do-Hoon Substituted in 45'
FW Mali Dabo Substituted in 45'
FW South Korea Lee Won-Sik 0 0 Substituted in 45'
0
Manager:
South Korea Cha Kyung-Bok
SOUTH:
GK South Korea Kim Byung-Ji Substituted off
DF South Korea Lee Min-Sung Substituted off
DF South Korea Kim Tae-Young Substituted off
DF South Korea Kim Nam-Il
DF South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul Substituted off
MF South Korea Noh Jung-Yoon Substituted off
MF South Korea Hyun Young-Min
MF South Korea Kim Do-Keun Substituted off
MF South Korea Park Jin-Seop
FW South Korea Lee Dong-Gook
FW South Korea Choi Sung-Kuk Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Kim Yong-Dae Substituted in 62'
DF Brazil Rogerio Prateat Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Park Dong-Hyuk Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Kim Gi-Dong Substituted in 70'
MF South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok Substituted in 58'
MF South Korea Kim Hak-Chul Substituted in 54'
FW Brazil Dodô Substituted in 45'
FW Portugal Edmilson 0 0 Substituted in 45'
Manager:
South Korea Kim Jung-Nam

Man of the Match:
South Korea Lee Dong-Gook

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kim Sun-Jin
South Korea Won Chang-Ho
Fourth official:
South Korea Han Byung-Hwa


2004[edit]

2004-07-04
UTC+9 18:00
Central 4 – 2 South
Nádson Goal 20'
Kim Eun-Jung Goal 28'34'
Kim Do-Hoon Goal 71'
Report Cooke Goal 59'75'
Daejeon World Cup Stadium, Daejeon
Attendance: 19,638
Referee: South Korea Lee Sang-Yong
CENTRAL:
GK South Korea Lee Woon-Jae Substituted off
DF South Korea Kim Hyun-Soo Substituted off
DF Croatia Jasenko Sabitović
DF South Korea Lee Ki-Hyung
DF South Korea Kim Jung-Soo
MF South Korea Kim Do-Heon
MF South Korea Lee Kwan-Woo Substituted off
MF South Korea Shin Tae-Yong Substituted off
MF South Korea Lee Eul-Yong
FW Brazil Nádson Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Eun-Jung
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Choi Eun-Sung Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Cho Byung-Kuk Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Kim Chi-Gon Substituted in 59'
MF South Korea Choi Tae-Uk Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Kim Dong-Jin
FW Mali Dabo
FW South Korea Kim Do-Hoon 0 0 Substituted in 45'
Manager:
South Korea Cho Kwang-Rae
SOUTH:
GK South Korea Kim Byung-Ji Substituted off
DF Brazil Santos
DF South Korea Hyun Young-Min
DF South Korea Park Jin-Seop Substituted off
DF South Korea Lee Min-Sung Substituted off
MF South Korea Yoon Ju-Il Substituted off
MF South Korea Kim Sang-Rok
MF South Korea Yoon Jung-Hwan Substituted off
MF South Korea Kim Tae-Young Substituted off
FW South Korea Lee Dong-Gook
FW South Korea Choi Sung-Kuk
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Kim Young-Kwang Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Kim Tae-Young
MF South Korea Kim Nam-Il Substituted in 79'
MF South Korea Noh Jung-Yoon Substituted in 79'
FW Brazil Jefferson Substituted in 58'
FW England Andy Cooke 0 0 Substituted in 45'
Manager:
South Korea Choi Soon-Ho

Man of the Match:
South Korea Kim Eun-Jung

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kwak Kyung-Man
South Korea Kang Dae-Yeon
Fourth official:
South Korea Choi Doo-Yeol


2005[edit]

2005-08-21
UTC+9 18:00
Central 2 – 3 South
Park Chu-Young Goal 13' (pen.)
Gong O-Kyun Goal 65'
Report Santos Goal 19'
Lee Dong-Gook Goal 38'
Sandro Hiroshi Goal 87'
Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 32,784
Referee: South Korea Park Jong-Kyu
CENTRAL:
GK South Korea Lee Woon-Jae Substituted off
DF South Korea Park Jin-Seop Substituted off
DF South Korea Choi Sung-Yong
DF South Korea Kim Han-Yoon
DF Croatia Mato Neretljak
MF South Korea Baek Ji-Hoon
MF South Korea Lee Kwan-Woo Substituted off
MF South Korea Cho Yong-Hyung
FW South Korea Park Chu-Young
FW South Korea Kim Do-Hoon Substituted off
FW South Korea Kim Eun-Jung Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Choi Eun-Sung Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Jeon Jae-Ho Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Kim Do-Heon
MF South Korea Kim Dae-Eui
MF South Korea Kim Dong-Jin Substituted in 45'
FW South Korea Gong O-Kyun Substituted in 45'
FW South Korea Bang Seung-Hwan 0 0 Substituted in 45'
Manager:
South Korea Cha Bum-Kun
SOUTH:
GK South Korea Kim Byung-Ji Substituted off
DF Brazil Santos
DF South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul Substituted off
DF South Korea Yoon Jung-Hwan Substituted off
DF South Korea Kim Jung-Woo Substituted off
MF South Korea Yoo Sang-Chul Substituted off
MF South Korea Lee Jung-Hyo
MF South Korea Lee Jang-Kwan Substituted off
MF South Korea Chung Kyung-Ho Substituted off
FW Brazil Sandro Hiroshi
FW South Korea Lee Dong-Gook
Substitutes:
GK South Korea Kim Young-Kwang Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Yoo Kyung-Youl Substituted in 45'
DF South Korea Park Dong-Hyuk Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Ko Jong-Soo Substituted in 71'
MF South Korea Kim Sang-Rok Substituted in 45'
MF South Korea Hong Soon-Hak Substituted in 59'
FW Romania Adrian Neaga 0 0 Substituted in 45'
Manager:
South Korea Huh Jung-Moo

Man of the Match:
South Korea Park Chu-Young

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kim Sun-Jin
South Korea Kim Hyun-Goo
Fourth official:
South Korea Lee Sang-Yong


2006[edit]

2006-08-20
UTC+9 18:00
Central 10 – 6 South
Lee Kwan-Woo Goal 19'
Park Chu-Young Goal 32'79'
Kim Eun-Jung Goal 33'
Radončić Goal 51'68'84'86'88' (pen.)
Botti Goal 64'
Report Choi Sung-Kuk Goal 3'49'70'89'
An Yong-Hak Goal 8'
Lee Chun-Soo Goal 37'
Incheon World Cup Stadium, Incheon
Attendance: 33,562
Referee: South Korea Lee Sam-Ho
CENTRAL:
GK 1 South Korea Lee Woon-Jae Substituted off 45'
DF 4 South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul Substituted off 45'
DF 8 South Korea Song Jong-Guk Substituted off 45'
DF 15 South Korea Cho Byung-Kuk
DF 23 South Korea Cho Won-Hee
MF 5 South Korea Kim Nam-Il Substituted off 45'
MF 7 South Korea Baek Ji-Hoon Substituted off 45'
MF 13 South Korea Lee Kwan-Woo Substituted off 45'
MF 14 South Korea Kim Do-Heon
FW 10 South Korea Park Chu-Young
FW 18 South Korea Kim Eun-Jung Substituted off 45'
Substitutes:
GK 77 South Korea Kim Byung-Ji Substituted in 45'
DF 20 South Korea Kim Young-Chul Substituted in 45'
DF 21 South Korea Kim Chi-Woo Substituted in 45'
MF 30 South Korea Oh Jang-Eun Substituted in 45'
FW 12 South Korea Bae Ki-Jong Substituted in 45'
FW 16 Brazil Botti Substituted in 45'
FW 31 Montenegro Radončić Substituted in 45'
Manager:
South Korea Cha Bum-Kun
SOUTH:
GK 21 South Korea Kim Young-Kwang Substituted off 45'
DF 3 Brazil Santos
DF 5 South Korea Yoo Kyung-Youl Substituted off 45'
DF 6 South Korea Park Dong-Hyuk
DF 9 South Korea Kim Yong-Hee
MF 12 Brazil Tavares Substituted off 45'
MF 14 South Korea Oh Beom-Suk Substituted off 45'
MF 17 North Korea An Yong-Hak Substituted off 56'
MF 18 South Korea Choi Sung-Kuk
FW 10 South Korea Lee Chun-Soo
FW 16 South Korea Chung Kyung-Ho Substituted off 45'
Substitutes:
GK 24 South Korea Cho Jun-Ho Substituted in 45'
DF 4 South Korea Cho Sung-Hwan Substituted in 45'
DF 7 South Korea Lee Gang-Jin
MF 13 South Korea Kim Hyo-Il Substituted in 56'
MF 15 South Korea Cho Yong-Hyung Substituted in 45'
FW 8 Brazil Popo Substituted in 45'
FW 11 South Korea Kim Jin-Yong Substituted in 45'
Manager:
South Korea Huh Jung-Moo

Man of the Match:
Montenegro Dženan Radončić

Assistant referees:
South Korea Ahn Sang-Ki
South Korea Kim Dae-Young
Fourth official:
South Korea Ko Geum-Bok


2007[edit]

2007-08-04
UTC+9 16:40
Central 5 – 2 South
Dejan Goal 18'
Denilson Goal 48'67'77'
Park Chu-Young Goal 87'
Report Namgung Do Goal 34'
Popo Goal 86'
Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 25,832
Referee: South Korea Kwon Jong-Chul
Central
South
CENTRAL:
GK 1 South Korea Kim Byung-Ji Substituted off
DF 4 South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul
DF 8 South Korea Song Jong-Guk
DF 15 South Korea Jang Hak-Young
DF 23 South Korea Kim Chi-Gon Substituted off
MF 5 South Korea Kim Do-Heon Substituted off
MF 7 South Korea Choi Chul-Soon
MF 13 Brazil Mota Substituted off
MF 14 South Korea Lee Kwan-Woo Substituted off
FW 10 South Korea Lee Keun-Ho
FW 18 Montenegro Dejan Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK 77 South Korea Lee Woon-Jae Substituted in 45'
DF 16 South Korea Cho Byung-Kuk Substituted in 80'
MF 20 South Korea Kim Sang-Rok Substituted in 45'
MF 21 South Korea Kim Nam-Il Substituted in 87'
FW 12 South Korea Yeom Ki-Hun
FW 30 South Korea Park Chu-Young Substituted in 87'
FW 31 Brazil Denilson Substituted in 45'
Manager:
South Korea Cha Bum-Kun
SOUTH:
GK 21 South Korea Kim Young-Kwang Substituted off
DF 3 Brazil Santos Substituted off
DF 5 South Korea Kim Jin-Kyu Substituted off
DF 6 South Korea Lee Gang-Jin
DF 9 North Korea An Yong-Hak
MF 12 South Korea Hwang Jin-Sung
MF 14 South Korea Kim Gi-Dong Substituted off
MF 17 South Korea Oh Jang-Eun
MF 18 South Korea Kim Chi-Woo
FW 10 Brazil Popo
FW 16 South Korea Namgung Do Substituted off
Substitutes:
GK 24 South Korea Park Dong-Suk Substituted in 45'
DF 4 South Korea Oh Beom-Suk
DF 7 South Korea Lee Yo-Han Substituted in 45'
MF 8 South Korea Kim Hyo-Il Substituted in 49'
FW 11 South Korea Woo Sung-Yong Substituted in 45'
FW 13 South Korea Jeon Jae-Woon Substituted in 45'
FW 15 South Korea Lee Chun-Soo
Manager:
South Korea Park Hang-Seo

Man of the Match:
Brazil Denilson

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kim Hwa-Soo
South Korea Kim Sun-Jin
Fourth official:
South Korea Lee Sang-Yong

K-League vs J.League[edit]

2008[edit]

2008-08-02
UTC+9 18:00
K-League All-Star 3 – 1 J. League All-Star
Choi Sung-Kuk Goal 37'
Edu Goal 57'60'
Report Tulio Goal 67'
Olympic Stadium, Tokyo
Attendance: 27,629
Referee: Australia Mark Shield
K-LEAGUE ALL-STAR:
GK 1 South Korea Lee Woon-Jae Substituted off 81'
DF 3 South Korea Kim Hyung-Il
DF 5 South Korea Kim Chi-Gon
DF 14 South Korea Lee Jung-Soo Booked 87'
MF 2 South Korea Choi Hyo-Jin
MF 4 South Korea Kim Chi-Woo Substituted off 45'
MF 6 South Korea Cho Won-Hee
MF 7 South Korea Choi Sung-Kuk Substituted off 73'
MF 19 South Korea Lee Kwan-Woo Substituted off 68'
FW 10 Montenegro Dženan Radončić Substituted off 62'
FW 11 Brazil Dudu Substituted off 45'
Substitutes:
GK 18 South Korea Kim Young-Kwang Substituted in 81'
MF 9 South Korea Chung Kyung-Ho Substituted in 45'
MF 16 South Korea Lee Dong-Sik Substituted in 68'
FW 8 South Korea Jung Jo-Gook Substituted in 62'
FW 13 South Korea Kim Jin-Yong Substituted in 73'
FW 15 Brazil Edu Substituted in 45'Substituted off 81'
FW 17 South Korea Jang Nam-Seok Substituted in 81'
Manager:
South Korea Cha Bum-Kun
J. LEAGUE ALL-STAR:
GK 1 Japan Seigo Narazaki
DF 2 Japan Yuji Nakazawa Substituted off 69'
DF 4 Japan Marcus Tulio Tanaka Booked 85'
DF 7 Japan Toru Araiba
MF 6 South Korea Kim Nam-Il Substituted off 65'
MF 8 Japan Mitsuo Ogasawara Booked 62' Substituted off 75'
MF 10 Japan Koji Yamase Substituted off 60'
MF 14 Japan Kengo Nakamura
MF 15 Japan Yūichi Komano Substituted off 79'
FW 9 Norway Frode Johnsen
FW 16 North Korea Jong Tae-Se Substituted off 72'
Substitutes:
GK 19 Japan Ryōta Tsuzuki
DF 3 Japan Daiki Iwamasa Substituted in 69'
DF 13 Japan Yuki Abe Substituted in 65'
MF 5 Japan Yasuyuki Konno Substituted in 79'
MF 11 Japan Takahiro Futagawa Substituted in 75'
MF 17 Japan Mu Kanazaki Substituted in 60'
FW 18 Japan Seiichiro Maki Substituted in 72'
Manager:
Brazil Oswaldo de Oliveira

Man of the Match:
South Korea Choi Sung-Kuk

Assistant referees:
Japan Yoshihisa Takahashi
Japan Hisashi Nakai
Fourth official:


2009[edit]

2009-08-08
UTC+9 19:00
K-League All-Star 1 – 4 J. League All-Star
Choi Sung-Kuk Goal 82' Report Marquinhos Goal 14'
Lee Jung-Soo Goal 59'
Kengo Nakamura Goal 72'
Juninho Goal 81'
Incheon Munhak Stadium, Incheon
Attendance: 39,230
Referee: China H. Jun Jie
K-LEAGUE ALL-STAR:
GK 1 South Korea Lee Woon-Jae Substituted off 56'
DF 3 South Korea Kim Hyung-Il
DF 4 South Korea Kim Chang-Soo Substituted off 45(1)'
DF 5 China Li Weifeng
DF 8 Brazil Adilson
MF 7 South Korea Choi Sung-Kuk Booked 77'
MF 11 South Korea Choi Tae-Uk Substituted off 65'
MF 14 South Korea Kim Jung-Woo Substituted off 45(2)'
MF 16 South Korea Ki Sung-Yueng
FW 10 Montenegro Dejan Damjanović Substituted off 45(3)'
FW 18 South Korea Lee Dong-Gook Substituted off 45(4)'
Substitutes:
GK 19 South Korea Kim Young-Kwang Substituted in 56'
MF 13 South Korea Lee Ho Substituted in 45(2)'
MF 15 South Korea Yoo Byung-Soo Substituted in 45(4)'
FW 2 South Korea Choi Hyo-Jin Booked 86' Substituted in 45(1)'
FW 9 Brazil Edu Substituted in 45(3)'
FW 17 South Korea Kim Young-Hoo Substituted in 68'
0
Manager:
South Korea Cha Bum-Kun
J. LEAGUE ALL-STAR:
GK 1 Japan Seigo Narazaki Substituted off 75'
DF 2 Japan Atsuto Uchida Substituted off 45'
DF 3 Japan Daiki Iwamasa Substituted off 83'
DF 6 South Korea Lee Jung-Soo
MF 7 Japan Yasuhito Endō Substituted off 59'
MF 8 Japan Mitsuo Ogasawara Substituted off 67'
MF 10 Brazil Juninho
MF 14 Japan Kengo Nakamura Substituted off 81'
MF 15 Brazil Gilton Ribeiro
FW 17 Japan Tomokazu Myojin
FW 18 Brazil Marquinhos Substituted off 63'
Substitutes:
GK 19 Japan Hitoshi Sogahata Substituted in 75'
DF 4 Japan Tomoaki Makino Substituted in 83'
DF 5 Japan Yūichi Komano Substituted in 45'
MF 9 Japan Takuya Nozawa Substituted in 59'
MF 13 Japan Yuki Abe Substituted in 67'
MF 16 Japan Hiroyuki Taniguchi Substituted in 81'
FW 11 Japan Yoshito Ōkubo Substituted in 63'
Manager:
Brazil Oswaldo de Oliveira

Man of the Match:
South Korea Lee Jung-Soo

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kim Yong
South Korea Son Jae-Sun
Fourth official:

K-League vs FC Barcelona[edit]

2010[edit]

4 August 2010
UTC+9 20:00
K-League All-Star 2 – 5 FC Barcelona
Choi Sung-Kuk Goal 1'
Lee Dong-Gook Goal 35'
Ibrahimović Goal 5'
Messi Goal 42'45+1'
Víctor Sánchez Goal 81'
Oriol Goal 83'
Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 32,581
Referee: Choi Kwang-Bo
K-League
All-Star
Barcelona
K-LEAGUE ALL-STAR:
GK 1 South Korea Jung Sung-Ryong Substituted off 46(1)'
RB 2 South Korea Choi Hyo-Jin Substituted off 46(2)'
CB 6 South Korea Kim Hyung-Il
CB 4 South Korea Kim Sang-Sik Substituted off 46(3)'
LB 19 South Korea Kim Chang-Soo
CM 8 South Korea Kim Jae-Sung Substituted off 46(4)'
CM 5 South Korea Kim Do-Heon Substituted off 46(5)'
RW 9 Brazil Eninho Substituted off 46(6)'
AM 11 Colombia Mauricio Molina Booked Substituted off 46(7)'
LW 17 South Korea Choi Sung-Kuk Substituted off 46(8)'
CF 20 South Korea Lee Dong-Gook Substituted off 46(9)'
Substitutes:
GK 21 South Korea Kim Young-Kwang0 Substituted in 46(1)'
DF 15 South Korea Kim Chi-Gon Substituted in 46(3)'
MF 7 South Korea Gu Ja-Cheol Substituted in 46(4)'
MF 14 South Korea Park Hee-Do Substituted in 46(8)'
MF 16 South Korea Ha Dae-Sung Substituted in 46(5)'
MF 22 South Korea Woo Seung-Je Substituted in 46(2)'
FW 10 Brazil Lucio Substituted in 46(6)'
FW 12 Brazil Índio Substituted in 46(9)'
FW 18 South Korea Lee Seung-Ryul Substituted in 46(7)'
0
0
Manager:
South Korea Choi Kang-Hee
FC BARCELONA:
GK 13 Spain José Pinto Substituted off 46(1)'
DF 16 Spain Ilie Sánchez Substituted off 29(1)'
DF 3 Spain Sergi Gómez Substituted off 46(2)'
DF 18 Argentina Gabriel Milito Substituted off 46(3)'
DF 19 Brazil Maxwell Substituted off 46(4)'
MF 4 Mexico Jonathan dos Santos0 Substituted off 46(5)'
MF 6 Spain Sergi Roberto Substituted off 46(6)'
MF 21 Brazil Adriano Substituted off 29(2)'
FW 17 Spain Eduard Oriol
FW 9 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović Substituted off 46(7)'
FW 27 Spain Benja Booked
Substitutes:
GK 25 Spain Rubén Miño Substituted in 46(1)'
DF 2 Brazil Daniel Alves Substituted in 29(2)'Substituted off 46(8)'
DF 5 Spain Marc Muniesa Substituted in 46(2)'
DF 12 Spain Albert Dalmau Substituted in 46(9)'
DF 22 France Éric Abidal Substituted in 46(4)'
MF 8 Spain Víctor Sánchez Substituted in 46(6)'
MF 14 Spain Martí Riverola Substituted in 46(5)'
MF 15 Mali Seydou Keita Substituted in 46(8)'
FW 10 Argentina Lionel Messi Substituted in 29(1)'Substituted off 46(9)'
FW 11 Spain Nolito Substituted in 46(7)'
FW 28 Spain Cristian Tello Substituted in 46(3)'
Manager:
Spain Josep Guardiola

Man of the Match:
South Korea Lee Dong-Gook

Assistant referees:
Jung Hae-Sang
Kim Yong-Soo
Fourth official:
Kim Jong-Hyuk

Sharing Love Clinic[edit]

2011[edit]

2011 K-League All-Star Game was not held due to 2011 South Korean football betting scandal. Twenty-three selected players were to donate their talents to Gomduri football team of footballers with cerebral palsy in Paju National Football Center.[1]

2011 All-Star members[2]
Managers South Korea Park Kyung-Hoon (Jeju)
Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards

South Korea Jung Sung-Ryong (Suwon)
South Korea Lee Woon-Jae (Chunnam)

South Korea Hong Chul (Seongnam)
South Korea Park Yong-Ho (Seoul)
South Korea Yoo Kyoung-Youl (Daegu)
South Korea Kwak Tae-Hwi (Ulsan)
South Korea Bae Hyo-Sung (Incheon)
South Korea Kim Jae-Sung (Pohang)

South Korea Seol Ki-Hyeon (Ulsan)
South Korea Kim Young-Hoo (Gangwon)
South Korea Yoon Bit-Garam (Gyeongnam)
Brazil Santos (Jeju)
South Korea Kim Jung-Woo (Sangju)
South Korea Han Jae-Woong (Daejeon)
Brazil Eninho (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Han Sang-Woon (Busan)

South Korea Shin Young-Rok (Jeju)
South Korea Kim Eun-Jung (Jeju)
South Korea Lee Dong-Gook (Jeonbuk)
Montenegro Dejan Damjanović (Seoul)
South Korea Kim Dong-Sub (Gwangju)

K-League vs 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea[edit]

2002 FIFA World Cup 10th anniversary match.

2012[edit]

5 July 2012
UTC+9 19:00
Team 2012 6 – 3 Team 2002
Eninho Goal 14'58'
Lee Dong-Gook Goal 17'20'68'
Ha Dae-Sung Goal 66'
Choi Yong-Soo Goal 25'
Park Ji-Sung Goal 30'
Hwang Sun-Hong Goal 70'
Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 37,155
Referee: Lee Sam-Ho
TEAM 2012
TEAM 2002
TEAM 2012:
GK 12 South Korea Kim Young-Kwang
DF 3 Brazil Adi
DF 23 Australia Bosnar
DF 4 South Korea Yoo Kyoung-Youl
DF 2 South Korea Choi Hyo-Jin
MF 8 Brazil Eninho
MF 16 South Korea Ha Dae-Sung
MF 13 South Korea Yoon Bit-Garam
MF 9 South Korea Lee Seung-Gi
MF 22 South Korea Kim Hyeung-Bum
FW 20 South Korea Lee Dong-Gook
Substitutes:
GK 1 South Korea Jung Sung-Ryong
GK 21 South Korea Kim Yong-Dae
DF 5 South Korea Kwak Tae-Hwi
DF 15 South Korea Hong Jeong-Ho
DF 17 South Korea Shin Kwang-Hoon
DF 19 South Korea Jung In-Hwan
DF 27 South Korea Kim Chang-Soo
MF 6 South Korea Lee Hyun-Seung
MF 7 South Korea Kang Seung-Jo
MF 14 South Korea Kim Jung-Woo
FW 11 South Korea Lee Keun-Ho
FW 18 South Korea Kim Eun-Jung
Manager:
South Korea Shin Tae-Yong
TEAM 2002:
GK 1 South Korea Lee Woon-Jae
DF 7 South Korea Kim Tae-Young
DF 4 South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul
DF 20 South Korea Hong Myung-Bo
MF 13 South Korea Lee Eul-Yong
MF 5 South Korea Kim Nam-Il
MF 6 South Korea Yoo Sang-Chul
MF 22 South Korea Song Chong-Gug
FW 21 South Korea Park Ji-Sung
FW 18 South Korea Hwang Sun-Hong
FW 9 South Korea Seol Ki-Hyeon
Substitutes:
GK 12 South Korea Kim Byung-Ji
GK 23 South Korea Choi Eun-Sung
DF 15 South Korea Lee Min-Sung
MF 2 South Korea Hyun Young-Min
MF 3 South Korea Choi Sung-Yong
MF 8 South Korea Choi Tae-Uk
FW 11 South Korea Choi Yong-Soo
FW 19 South Korea Ahn Jung-Hwan
0
0
0
0
Manager:
Netherlands Guus Hiddink

Man of the Match:
South Korea Lee Dong-Gook

Assistant referees:
South Korea Kim Kye-Soo
South Korea Kim Hyun-Goo

Fourth official:
South Korea Song Min-Seok

Match rules

  • 70 minutes (35 minutes each half)
  • No extra-time and penalty shootout
  • No limit on substitutions (Team 2002)
  • For Team 2002, be allowed re-substitutions

Classic vs Challenge[edit]

2013[edit]

Team Classic
Team Challenge

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2011 K리그 올스타 사랑나눔 클리닉". Yonhap (in Korean) (Naver). 2011-08-01. Retrieved 2011-08-26. 
  2. ^ "프로축구연맹, 2011 K리그 올스타 명단 확정". Asiatoday (in Korean). 2011-07-28. Retrieved 2011-08-26. 

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