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 Classic Winners (1983–present)[edit]

Season Goalkeeper (GK) Defenders (DF) Midfielders (MF) Forwards (FW)
1983
South Korea Cho Byung-Deuk (Hallelujah) South Korea Park Sung-Hwa (Hallelujah)
South Korea Kim Chul-Soo (POSCO)
South Korea Chang Woe-Ryong (Daewoo)
South Korea Lee Kang-Jo (Yukong)
South Korea Cho Kwang-Rae (Daewoo)
South Korea Park Chang-Sun (Hallelujah)
South Korea Park Yoon-Ki (Yukong)
South Korea Lee Kil-Yong (POSCO)
South Korea Lee Chun-Seok (Daewoo)
South Korea Kim Yong-Se (Yukong)
1984
South Korea Oh Yun-Kyo (Yukong) South Korea Chung Yong-Hwan (Daewoo)
South Korea Park Kyung-Hoon (POSCO)
South Korea Park Sung-Hwa (Hallelujah)
South Korea Chung Jong-Soo (Yukong)
South Korea Park Chang-Sun (Hallelujah)
South Korea Huh Jung-Moo (Hyundai)
South Korea Cho Young-Jeung (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Choi Soon-Ho (POSCO)
South Korea Lee Tae-Ho (Daewoo)
South Korea Baek Jong-Chul (Hyundai)
1985
South Korea Kim Hyun-Tae (Lucky-Goldstar) South Korea Chang Woe-Ryong (Daewoo)
South Korea Han Moon-Bae (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Kim Chul-Soo (POSCO)
South Korea Choi Kang-Hee (Hyundai)
South Korea Park Sang-In (Hallelujah)
South Korea Lee Heung-Sil (POSCO)
South Korea Park Hang-Seo (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Kim Yong-Se (Yukong)
Thailand Piyapong Pue-on (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Kang Deuk-Soo (Lucky-Goldstar)
1986
South Korea Kim Hyun-Tae (Lucky-Goldstar) South Korea Kim Pyung-Seok (Hyundai)
South Korea Cho Young-Jeung (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Park No-Bong (Daewoo)
South Korea Choi Kang-Hee (Hyundai)
South Korea Cho Min-Kook (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Lee Heung-Sil (POSCO)
South Korea Yoon Sung-Hyo (Hanil Bank)
South Korea Kim Yong-Se (Yukong)
South Korea Chung Hae-Won (Daewoo)
South Korea Ham Hyun-Gi (Hyundai)
1987
South Korea Kim Poong-Joo (Daewoo) South Korea Gu Sang-Bum (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Choi Gi-Bong (Yukong)
South Korea Chung Yong-Hwan (Daewoo)
South Korea Park Kyung-Hoon (POSCO)
South Korea Kim Sam-Soo (Hyundai)
South Korea Noh Soo-Jin (Yukong)
South Korea Lee Heung-Sil (POSCO)
South Korea Choi Sang-Kook (POSCO)
South Korea Chung Hae-Won (Daewoo)
South Korea Kim Joo-Sung (Daewoo)
1988
South Korea Oh Yun-Kyo (Hyundai) South Korea Choi Kang-Hee (Hyundai)
South Korea Choi Tae-Jin (Daewoo)
South Korea Son Hyung-Sun (Daewoo)
South Korea Kang Tae-Sik (POSCO)
South Korea Choi Jin-Han (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Kim Sang-Ho (POSCO)
South Korea Hwangbo Kwan (Yukong)
South Korea Lee Kee-Keun (POSCO)
South Korea Ham Hyun-Gi (Hyundai)
South Korea Shin Dong-Chul (Yukong)
1989
South Korea Cha Sang-Kwang (Lucky-Goldstar) South Korea Lim Jong-Heon (Ilhwa)
South Korea Cho Yoon-Hwan (Yukong)
South Korea Choi Yun-Kyum (Yukong)
South Korea Lee Young-Ik (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Lee Heung-Sil (POSCO)
South Korea Cho Duck-Je (Daewoo)
South Korea Kang Jae-Soon (Hyundai)
South Korea Yoon Sang-Chul (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Cho Keung-Yeon (POSCO)
South Korea Noh Soo-Jin (Yukong)
1990
South Korea Yoo Dae-Soon (Yukong) South Korea Lim Jong-Heon (Ilhwa)
South Korea Choi Young-jun (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Choi Tae-Jin (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Lee Jae-Hee (Daewoo)
South Korea Choi Jin-Han (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Lee Heung-Sil (POSCO)
South Korea Choi Dae-Shik (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Yoon Sang-Chul (Lucky-Goldstar)
South Korea Lee Tae-Ho (Daewoo)
South Korea Song Ju-Seok (Hyundai)
1991
South Korea Kim Poong-Joo (Daewoo) South Korea Chung Yong-Hwan (Daewoo)
South Korea Park Hyun-Yong (Daewoo)
Poland Tadeusz Swiatek (Yukong)
South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok (Hyundai)
South Korea Lee Young-jin (LG)
South Korea Kim Joo-Sung (Daewoo)
South Korea Choi Kang-Hee (Hyundai)
South Korea Lee Sang-Yoon (Ilhwa)
South Korea Lee Kee-Keun (POSCO)
South Korea Ko Jeong-Woon (Ilhwa)
1992
Tajikistan Valeri Sarychev (Ilhwa) South Korea Hong Myung-Bo (POSCO)
South Korea Lee Jong-Hwa (Ilhwa)
South Korea Park Jung-bae (LG)
South Korea Shin Hong-Gi (Hyundai)
South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok (Hyundai)
South Korea Shin Tae-Yong (Ilhwa)
South Korea Park Tae-Ha (POSCO)
South Korea Shin Dong-Chul (Yukong)
South Korea Park Chang-Hyun (POSCO)
South Korea Lim Keun-Jae (LG)
1993
Tajikistan Valeri Sarychev (Ilhwa) South Korea Choi Young-Il (Hyundai)
South Korea Lee Jong-Hwa (Ilhwa)
South Korea Yoo Dong-Kwan (POSCO)
South Korea Kim Pan-Keun (Daewoo)
South Korea Shin Tae-Yong (Ilhwa)
South Korea Kim Dong-Hae (LG)
South Korea Lee Sang-Yoon (Ilhwa)
South Korea Kim Bong-Gil (Yukong)
South Korea Cha Sang-Hae (POSCO)
South Korea Yoon Sang-Chul (LG)
1994
Tajikistan Valeri Sarychev (Ilhwa) South Korea An Ik-Soo (Ilhwa)
South Korea Yoo Sang-Chul (Hyundai)
South Korea Hong Myung-Bo (POSCO)
South Korea Huh Ki-Tae (Yukong)
South Korea Hwangbo Kwan (Yukong)
South Korea Shin Tae-Yong (Ilhwa)
South Korea Ko Jeong-Woon (Ilhwa)
South Korea Yoon Sang-Chul (LG)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Rade Bogdanović (POSCO)
South Korea Kim Kyung-Rae (Buffalo)
1995
Tajikistan Valeri Sarychev (Ilhwa) South Korea Choi Young-Il (Hyundai)
South Korea Hong Myung-Bo (Pohang)
South Korea Huh Ki-Tae (Yukong)
South Korea Ko Jeong-Woon (Ilhwa)
South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok (Hyundai)
South Korea Shin Tae-Yong (Ilhwa)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Amir Teljigović (Daewoo)
South Korea Kim Pan-Keun (LG)
South Korea Hwang Sun-Hong (Pohang)
South Korea Roh Sang-Rae (Jeonnam)
1996
South Korea Kim Byung-Ji (Ulsan) South Korea Yoon Sung-Hyo (Suwon)
South Korea Kim Joo-Sung (Busan)
South Korea Huh Ki-Tae (Bucheon SK)
South Korea Shin Tae-Yong (Cheonan)
Romania Pavel Badea (Suwon)
South Korea Hong Myung-Bo (Pohang)
South Korea Ha Seok-Ju (Busan)
South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok (Ulsan)
Serbia Rade Bogdanović (Pohang)
Russia Sergey Burdin (Bucheon)
1997
South Korea Shin Bum-Chul (Busan) South Korea Kim Joo-Sung (Busan)
Brazil Maciel (Jeonnam)
South Korea An Ik-Soo (Pohang)
South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok (Ulsan)
South Korea Shin Jin-Won (Daejeon)
South Korea Kim In-Wan (Jeonnam)
South Korea Lee Jin-Haeng (Suwon)
South Korea Jung Jae-Kwon (Busan)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radivoje Manic (Busan)
Ukraine Serhiy Skachenko (Jeonnam)
1998
South Korea Kim Byung-Ji (Ulsan) South Korea An Ik-Soo (Pohang)
Brazil Maciel (Jeonnam)
South Korea Lee Lim-Saeng (Bucheon SK)
South Korea Ko Jong-Soo (Suwon)
South Korea Yoo Sang-Chul (Ulsan)
South Korea Baek Seung-Chul (Pohang)
South Korea Ahn Jung-Hwan (Busan)
South Korea Jung Jeong-Soo (Ulsan)
South Korea Kim Hyun-Seok (Ulsan)
Serbia and Montenegro Saša Drakulić (Suwon)
1999
South Korea Lee Woon-Jae (Suwon) South Korea Kang Chul (Bucheon SK)
South Korea Kim Joo-Sung (Busan)
Brazil Maciel (Jeonnam)
South Korea Shin Hong-Gi (Suwon)
South Korea Seo Jung-Won (Suwon)
South Korea Ko Jong-Soo (Suwon)
Russia Denis Laktionov (Suwon)
South Korea Ko Jeong-Woon (Pohang)
South Korea Ahn Jung-Hwan (Busan)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Saša Drakulić (Suwon)
2000
South Korea Shin Eui-Son (Anyang LG) South Korea Kang Chul (Bucheon SK)
South Korea Lee Lim-Saeng (Bucheon SK)
South Korea Kim Hyun-Soo (Seongnam)
Brazil Maciel (Jeonnam)
Brazil Andre (Anyang LG)
South Korea Shin Tae-Yong (Seongnam)
South Korea Jeon Kyung-Jun (Bucheon SK)
Russia Denis Laktionov (Suwon)
South Korea Choi Yong-Soo (Anyang LG)
South Korea Kim Do-Hoon (Jeonbuk)
2001
South Korea Shin Eui-Son (Anyang LG) Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Urumov (Busan)
South Korea Kim Hyun-Soo (Seongnam)
South Korea Kim Yong-hee (Seongnam)
South Korea Lee Young-Pyo (Anyang LG)
South Korea Shin Tae-Yong (Seongnam)
South Korea Seo Jung-Won (Suwon)
South Korea Song Chong-Gug (Busan)
South Korea Nam Ki-Il (Bucheon SK)
South Korea Woo Sung-Yong (Busan)
Brazil Sandro (Suwon)
2002
South Korea Lee Woon-Jae (Suwon) South Korea Kim Hyun-Soo (Seongnam)
South Korea Kim Tae-Young (Jeonnam)
South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Hong Myung-Bo (Pohang)
South Korea Shin Tae-Yong (Seongnam)
South Korea Lee Chun-Soo (Ulsan)
Brazil Andre (Anyang LG)
South Korea Seo Jung-Won (Suwon)
South Korea Kim Dae-Eui (Seongnam)
South Korea Yoo Sang-Chul (Ulsan)
2003
South Korea Seo Dong-Myung (Ulsan) South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Kim Tae-Young (Jeonnam)
South Korea Kim Hyun-Soo (Seongnam)
Brazil Santos (Pohang)
South Korea Shin Tae-Yong (Seongnam)
South Korea Lee Seong-Nam (Seongnam)
South Korea Lee Kwan-Woo (Daejeon)
South Korea Kim Nam-Il (Jeonnam)
South Korea Kim Do-Hoon (Seongnam)
Brazil Magno Alves (Jeonbuk)
2004
South Korea Lee Woon-Jae (Suwon) Brazil Santos (Pohang)
South Korea Yoo Kyoung-Youl (Ulsan)
Argentina Javier Musa (Suwon)
South Korea Kwak Hee-Ju (Suwon)
South Korea Kim Dong-Jin (Seoul)
Brazil Tavares (Pohang)
South Korea Kim Do-Heon (Suwon)
South Korea Kim Dae-Eui (Suwon)
Brazil Nádson (Suwon)
Brazil Mota (Jeonnam)
2005
South Korea Kim Byung-Ji (Pohang) South Korea Lim Joong-Yong (Incheon)
South Korea Yoo Kyoung-Youl(Ulsan)
South Korea Cho Yong-Hyung (Bucheon SK)
South Korea Kim Young-chul (Seongnam)
South Korea Lee Chun-Soo (Ulsan)
South Korea Lee Ho (Ulsan)
South Korea Kim Do-Heon (Seongnam)
South Korea Cho Won-Hee (Suwon)
South Korea Park Chu-Young (Seoul)
Brazil Leandro Machado (Ulsan)
2006
South Korea Park Ho-Jin (Suwon) South Korea Jang Hak-Young (Seongnam)
Croatia Mato Neretljak (Suwon)
South Korea Choi Jin-Cheul (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Kim Young-chul (Seongnam)
South Korea Kim Do-Heon (Seongnam)
South Korea Lee Kwan-Woo (Suwon)
South Korea Baek Ji-Hoon (Suwon)
Brazil Popo (Busan)
South Korea Woo Sung-Yong (Seongnam)
South Korea Kim Eun-Jung (Seoul)
2007
South Korea Kim Byung-Ji (Seoul) Brazil Adilson dos Santos (Seoul)
Croatia Mato Neretljak (Suwon)
South Korea Hwang Jae-Won (Pohang)
South Korea Jang Hak-Young (Seongnam)
Brazil Tavares (Pohang)
South Korea Lee Kwan-Woo (Suwon)
South Korea Kim Gi-Dong (Pohang)
South Korea Kim Do-Heon (Seongnam)
South Korea Lee Keun-Ho (Daegu)
Brazil Cabore (Gyeongnam)
2008
South Korea Lee Woon-Jae (Suwon) Brazil Adilson dos Santos (Seoul)
Croatia Mato Neretljak (Suwon)
South Korea Park Dong-Hyuk (Ulsan)
South Korea Choi Hyo-Jin (Pohang)
South Korea Kim Hyeung-Bum (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Cho Won-Hee (Suwon)
South Korea Ki Sung-Yueng (Seoul)
South Korea Lee Chung-Yong (Seoul)
South Korea Lee Keun-Ho (Daegu)
Brazil Edu (Suwon)
2009
South Korea Shin Hwa-Yong (Pohang) South Korea Kim Sang-Sik (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Kim Hyung-Il (Pohang)
South Korea Hwang Jae-Won (Pohang)
South Korea Choi Hyo-Jin (Pohang)
South Korea Choi Tae-Uk (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Ki Sung-Yueng (Seoul)
South Korea Kim Jung-Woo (Seongnam)
Brazil Eninho (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Lee Dong-Gook (Jeonbuk)
Brazil Denilson (Pohang)
2010
South Korea Kim Yong-Dae (Seoul) Brazil Adilson dos Santos (Seoul)
South Korea Hong Jeong-Ho (Jeju)
Australia Saša Ognenovski (Seongnam)
South Korea Choi Hyo-Jin (Seoul)
Colombia Mauricio Molina (Seongnam)
South Korea Yoon Bit-Garam (Gyeongnam)
South Korea Koo Ja-Cheol (Jeju)
Brazil Eninho (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Kim Eun-Jung (Jeju)
Montenegro Dejan Damjanović (Seoul)
2011
South Korea Kim Young-Kwang (Ulsan) South Korea Park Won-Jae (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Kwak Tae-Hwi (Ulsan)
South Korea Cho Sung-Hwan (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Choi Chul-Soon (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Yeom Ki-Hun (Suwon)
South Korea Yoon Bit-Garam (Geyongnam)
South Korea Ha Dae-Sung (Seoul)
Brazil Eninho (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Lee Dong-Gook (Jeonbuk)
Montenegro Dejan Damjanović (Seoul)
2012
South Korea Kim Yong-Dae (Seoul) Brazil Adilson dos Santos (Seoul)
South Korea Jung In-Hwan (Incheon)
South Korea Kwak Tae-Hwi (Ulsan)
South Korea Kim Chang-Soo (Busan)
Colombia Mauricio Molina (Seoul)
South Korea Ha Dae-Sung (Seoul)
South Korea Hwang Jin-Sung (Pohang)
South Korea Lee Keun-Ho (Ulsan)
South Korea Lee Dong-Gook (Jeonbuk)
Montenegro Dejan Damjanović (Seoul)
2013
South Korea Kim Seung-Gyu (Ulsan) Brazil Adilson dos Santos (Seoul)
South Korea Kim Chi-Gon (Ulsan)
South Korea Kim Won-Il (Pohang)
South Korea Lee Yong (Ulsan)
South Korea Go Moo-Yul (Pohang)
South Korea Lee Myung-Joo (Pohang)
South Korea Ha Dae-Sung (Seoul)
Brazil Leonardo (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Kim Shin-Wook (Ulsan)
Montenegro Dejan Damjanović (Seoul)
2014
South Korea Kwon Sun-tae (Jeonbuk) South Korea Hong Chul (Suwon)
South Korea Kim Ju-young (Seoul)
Australia Alex Wilkinson (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Cha Du-ri (Seoul)
South Korea Lim Sang-hyub (Busan)
South Korea Koh Myong-jin (Seoul)
South Korea Lee Seung-gi (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Han Kyo-won (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Lee Dong-gook (Jeonbuk)
Brazil Santos (Suwon)
2015
South Korea Kwon Sun-tae (Jeonbuk) South Korea Hong Chul (Suwon)
Croatia Matej Jonjić (Incheon)
South Korea Kim Kee-hee (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Cha Du-ri (Seoul)
South Korea Yeom Ki-hun (Suwon)
South Korea Lee Jae-sung (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Kwon Chang-hoon (Suwon)
South Korea Song Jin-hyung (Jeju)
South Korea Lee Dong-gook (Jeonbuk)
Brazil Adriano (Seoul)
2016
South Korea Kwon Sun-tae (Jeonbuk) South Korea Chung Woon (Jeju)
Spain Osmar Barba (Seoul)
Croatia Matej Jonjić (Incheon)
South Korea Ko Kwang-min (Seoul)
Brazil Leonardo (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Lee Jae-sung (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Kwon Chang-hoon (Suwon)
Brazil Ricardo Lopes (Jeonbuk)
South Korea Jung Jo-gook (Gwangju)
Brazil Adriano (Seoul)

K League Challenge Winners (2013–present)[edit]

Season Goalkeeper (GK) Defenders (DF) Midfielders (MF) Forwards (FW)
2013
South Korea Kim Ho-Jun (Sangju) South Korea Choi Chul-Soon (Sangju)
South Korea Kim Hyung-Il (Sangju)
South Korea Lee Jae-Seong (Sangju)
South Korea Oh Beom-Seok (Police)
South Korea Yeom Ki-Hun (Police)
South Korea Lee Ho (Sangju)
South Korea Choi Jin-Soo (Anyang)
South Korea Kim Young-Hoo (Police)
South Korea Lee Keun-Ho (Sangju)
Brazil Alex (Goyang)
2014
South Korea Park Ju-won (Daejeon) South Korea Lee Jae-kwon (Ansan)
South Korea Heo Jae-won (Daegu)
South Korea Yoon Won-il (Daejeon)
South Korea Rim Chang-woo (Daejeon)
South Korea Kim Ho-nam (Gwangju)
South Korea Lee Yong-rae (Ansan)
South Korea Choi Jin-soo (Anyang)
South Korea Choi Jin-ho (Gangwon)
Brazil Adriano (Daejeon)
Brazil Alex (Gangwon)
2015
South Korea Cho Hyun-woo (Daegu) South Korea Park Jin-po (Sangju)
South Korea Shin Hyung-min (Ansan)
South Korea Kang Min-soo (Sangju)
South Korea Lee Yong (Sangju)
South Korea Ko Kyung-min (Anyang)
South Korea Lee Seung-gi (Sangju)
South Korea Cho Won-hee (Seoul E)
South Korea Kim Jae-sung (Seoul E)
Brazil Johnathan (Daegu)
South Korea Joo Min-kyu (Seoul E)
2016
South Korea Cho Hyun-woo (Daegu) South Korea Jeong Woo-jae (Daegu)
South Korea Hwang Jae-won (Daegu)
South Korea Lee Han-saem (Gangwon)
South Korea Jung Seung-yong (Gangwon)
South Korea Waguininho (Bucheon)
South Korea Lee Hyun-seung (Ansan)
South Korea Hwang In-beom (Daejeon)
South Korea Cesinha (Daegu)
South Korea Kim Dong-chan (Daejeon)
Brazil Willian Popp (Busan)

K League 30th Anniversary Legends Best XI (2013)[edit]

Goalkeeper (GK) Defenders (DF) Midfielders (MF) Forwards (FW)
TajikistanSouth Korea Shin Eui-son (Seongnam, Seoul) South Korea Choi Kang-hee (Pohang, Ulsan)
South Korea Kim Tae-young (Jeonnam)
South Korea Hong Myung-bo (Pohang)
South Korea Park Kyung-hoon (Pohang)
South Korea Kim Joo-sung (Busan)
South Korea Shin Tae-yong (Seongnam)
South Korea Yoo Sang-chul (Ulsan)
South Korea Seo Jung-won (Seoul, Suwon)
South Korea Hwang Sun-hong (Pohang, Suwon)
South Korea Choi Soon-ho (Pohang, Seoul)

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