Updated on January 2, 2:22 p.m. (GMT+8): Changed Liiv Sandbox’s team name to FearX.

Updated on December 12, 2023, 2:39 p.m. (GMT+8): Added LCK Spring 2024 player rosters of KT Rolster, Kwangdong Freecs, Liiv Sandbox, and OKSavingsBank BRION.

The League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) continues to assert its dominance, securing consecutive Worlds victories in 2022 with DRX and this year with T1.

T1, determined to clinch their 5th Worlds title, is maintaining their successful roster from the previous year.

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Meanwhile, DRX is undergoing significant changes in 2024 with a fresh approach, integrating rookie players into their team.

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Let’s take a look at the complete list of teams participating in the LCK Spring 2024, including all roster changes.

All players and teams competing in LCK Spring 2024

Dplus KIA

Dplus KIA ShowMaker holding up his fists in 2023 LCK Spring
Credit: LCK

Dplus KIA solidifies its roster for the upcoming season with key re-signings and strategic additions.

Worlds 2020 champion and mid laner Heo “ShowMaker” Su has committed to the team for another three years. ShowMaker, a member of the organization since his debut in 2017, has now been with Dplus KIA (formerly DAMWON Gaming) for six years.

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Kim “Kellin” Hyeong-gyu also extends his contract with the team, set to forge a new synergy with his bot lane partner, Kim “Aiming” Ha-ram.

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However, as part of the team’s strategic reshuffle, Dplus KIA bids farewell to Worlds 2022 champion Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu, Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu, and Kim “Canna” Chang-dong.

Hwang “Kingen” Seong-hoonTop laner
Choi “Lucid” Yong-hyeok Jungler
Heo “ShowMaker” SuMid laner
Kim “Aiming” Ha-ramBot laner
Kim “Kellin” Hyeong-gyuSupport


DRX Spring 2023 player roster
Credit: DRX

One of the biggest changes in 2024 was made by DRX. The team is placing its bets on the potential of rookie talent by promoting three players from its academy to the LCK.

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This rookie trio is set to join forces with Kim “Rascal” Kwang-hee, who has decided to extend his contract with DRX, as well as seasoned bot laner Park “Teddy” Jin-seong.

Kim “Rascal” Kwang-heeTop laner
Bae “Sponge” Young-junJungler
Song “SeTab” Kyeong-jinMid laner
Park “Teddy” Jin-seongBot laner
Son “Pleata” Min-wooSupport
Lee “Juhan” Ju-hanSubstitute player (jungler)
Kang “kyeahoo” Ye-hooSubstitute player (mid laner)


Gen.G LCK 2024 player roster
Credit: Gen.G

Gen.G’s roster changes in 2024 are led by the return of support player Son “Lehends” Si-woo. Adding strength to their lineup, Lehends will be joined by his former KT Rolster teammate, top laner Kim “Kiin” Gi-in.

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In the bot lane, Lehends will team up with Kim “Peyz” Su-hwan. Peyz, considered a prodigy among LCK fans, achieved the remarkable feat of becoming the youngest botlaner to secure an LCK title at just 17 years old. His outstanding performance in season 13 also earned him several individual accolades, including LCK Rookie of the Year.

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Gen.G continues to fortify its roster with the re-signing of mid laner Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon, a key player in the team’s consecutive LCK championships in season 13. Additionally, the team welcomes seasoned jungler and Worlds 2020 champion Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu to further enhance their competitive edge.

Kim “Kiin” Gi-inTop laner
Kim “Canyon” Geon-buJungler
Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoonMid laner
Kim “Peyz” Su-hwanBot laner
Son “Lehends” Si-wooSupport

Hanwha Life Esports

LCK roster changes 2024 featuring Hanwha Life Esports
Credit: Hanwha Life Esports

Another promising team on the horizon, Hanwha Life Esports brought the big guns with their new roster.

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The team’s foundation remains strong as Kim “Zeka” Geon-woo and Park “Viper” Do-hyeon have extended their contracts.

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Reuniting after four years, Viper joins forces with his former Griffin teammate Choi “Doran” Hyeon-joon.

Furthermore, the bot lane sees a promising tandem between Viper and support Yoo “Delight” Hwan-joong. This duo holds significant potential, given their impressive records in the league.

A notable addition to the roster is former Gen.G bot laner, Han “Peanut” Wang-ho.

Choi “Doran” Hyeon-joonTop laner
Han “Peanut” Wang-hoJungler
Kim “Zeka” Geon-wooMid laner
Park “Viper” Do-hyeonBot laner
Yoo “Delight” Hwan-joongSupport

KT Rolster

Kim "Deft" Hyuk-kyu (L) and Hong "Pyosik" Chang-hyeon of DRX pose onstage after victory against Edward Gaming at the League of Legends World Championship Quarterfinals on October 23, 2022 in New York City.
Credit: Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games

For KT Rolster, jungler Hong “Pyosik” Chang-hyeon makes a return to the Korean region after spending one year with Team Liquid in the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS).

Pyosik reunites with former teammates and fellow Worlds 2022 winners, Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu and Cho “BeryL” Geon-hee.

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Additionally, mid laner Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong re-signs with the team. The team also promoted rookie Lee “PerfecT” Seung-min from the Academy in the top lane.

Lee “PerfecT” Seung-minTop laner
Hong “Pyosik” Chang-hyeonJungler
Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seongMid laner
Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu Bot laner
Cho “BeryL” Geon-heeSupport

Kwangdong Freecs

Cuzz at LCK Summer 2021
Credit: LCK

Kwangdong Freecs is retaining its roster from season 13 to season 14 with the addition of a new jungler — Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chan.

“We look forward to seeing a great performance from him and ask for support from our fans,” Kwangdong Freecs wrote on X.

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Cuzz brings a wealth of experience, having played a crucial role in securing championships for teams such as T1, KT Rolster, and Longzhu Gaming (now DRX).

Lee “DuDu” Dong-juTop laner
Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chanJungler
Ko “YoungJae” Yeong-jaeJungler
Lee “BuLLDoG” Tae-youngMid laner
Kim “Taeyoon” Tae-yoonBot laner
Moon “Andil” Gwan-binSupport

FearX (formerly Liiv Sandbox)

FearX (formerly Liiv Sandbox) LCK roster changes in 2024
Credit: FearX

FearX (formerly Liiv Sandbox) has made significant changes in 2024 by signing two new players.

The team is introducing a fresh bot lane duo, featuring Park “Hena” Jeung-hwan and Lee “JeongHoon” Jeong-hoon.

In addition to the new signings, mid laner Clozer has re-signed with the esports organization for season 14.

Song “Clear” Hyeon-minTop laner
Kim “Willer” Jeong-hyeonJungler
Lee “Clozer” Ju-hyeonMid laner
Park “Hena” Jeung-hwanBot laner
Lee “JeongHoon” Jeong-hoonSupport

Nongshim RedForce

Nongshim RedForce LCK Spring 2024 player roster - 2023 LCK SUMMER - | T1 vs KDF | & | NS vs DK | DAY 41
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Nongshim RedForce has made minimal roster changes in 2024.

Notably, Park “DnDn” Geun-woo has extended his contract with the team until 2025. An “FIESTA” Hyeon-seo has renewed his contract, securing his place on the roster until the end of the current season.

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The team has also decided to part ways with substitute player (mid lane) Song “Quad” Su-hyeong.

Park “DnDn” Geun-wooTop laner
Lee “Sylvie” Seung-bokJungler
An “FIESTA” Hyeon-seoMid laner
Jung “Jiwoo” Ji-wooBot laner
Jeong “Peter” Yoon-suSupport

OKSavingsBank BRION

OKSavingsBank BRION player roster featuring Envyy and gideon
Credit: OKSavingsBank BRION

OKSavingsBank BRION has secured two South Korean players transferring from the League of Legends Pro League (LPL) — jungler Kim “gideon” Min-seong and bot laner Lee “Envyy” Myeong-joon.

Furthermore, the team is welcoming back familiar faces top laner Park “Morgan” Ru-han and support Lee “Effort” Sang-ho.

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In addition to these changes, mid laner Kim “Karis” Hong-jo has extended his contract until the end of season 14.

Park “Morgan” Ru-han Top laner
Kim “gideon” Min-seongJungler
Kim “Karis” Hong-joMid laner
Lee “Envyy” Myeong-joonBot laner
Lee “Effort” Sang-ho Support


Worlds 2023 champions T1 with the trophy
Credit: Riot Games

T1 is maintaining the winning formula by retaining the same player roster that secured them the Worlds 2023 trophy, making no changes in 2024.

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The decision includes the renewal of contracts for Choi “Zeus” Woo-je, Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong, and Ryu “Keria” Min-seok. Notably, this marks the third consecutive year for this roster, as they have been playing together since 2022.

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The team’s achievements speak volumes about the success of this roster, including clinching the LCK Spring 2022 championship, securing 2nd place in both the LCK Spring and Summer 2023 championships, and, for some players, achieving gold at the Asian Games 2022

Choi “Zeus” Woo-jeTop laner
Mun “Oner” Hyeon-junJungler
Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeokMid laner
Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeongBot laner
Ryu “Keria” Min-seokSupport

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