After a chaotic offseason where every single League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) experienced roster changes, the teams will finally start competing on January 12, 2022.

Every team hopes to exceed expectations this year, but Gen.G and T1 are likely to be the frontrunners.

Here’s the full roster of every LCK team competing in the LCK Spring Split 2022.

Full roster of every team competing in the LCK Spring Split 2022


DRX, LCK Spring Split 2022
Screenshot by Jonathan Yee/ONE Esports

After LCK Summer Split 2021, where they held a 2-16 record and finished in 10th place, the org brought back former bot laner Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu and will pair him with ex-DWG KIA and Worlds 2020 winner Cho “BeryL” Geon-hee.

Hwang “Kingen” Seong-hoonTop laner
Hong “Pyosik” Chang-hyeonJungler
Kim “Zeka” Geon-wooMid laner
Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyuBot laner
Kim “Taeyoon” Tae-yoonBot laner
Cho “BeryL” Geon-heeSupport


DWG KIA roster, LCK Spring Split 2022
Screenshot by Jonathan Yee/ONE Esports

The Worlds 2021 finalists’ first priority was to replace the retired top laner Kim “Khan” Dong-ha by signing Gen.G’s Noh “Burdol” Tae-yoon as well as Yoon “Hoya” Yong-ho from Fredit BRION.

Highly-rated prospects Seo “deokdam” Dae-gil and Kim “Kellin” Hyeong-gyu will also step in as the new bot lane and support in place of Jang “Ghost” Yong-jun and Cho “BeryL” Geon-hee.

With DWG KIA having retained their star jungler and mid laner, they will look to continue their dominance that started in 2020.

Noh “Burdol” Tae-yoonTop laner
Yoon “Hoya” Yong-hoTop laner
Kim “Canyon” Geon-buJungler
Heo “ShowMaker” SuMid laner
Seo “deokdam” Dae-gilBot laner
Kim “Kellin” Hyeong-gyuSupport

Fredit BRION

Credit: Fredit BRION

Former Griffin top laner Choi “Sw0rd” Sung-won and Worlds 2021 attendee Park “Morgan” Gi-tae will join Fredit BRION after Yoon “Hoya” Yong-ho left for DWG KIA.

Choi “Sw0rd” Sung-wonTop laner
Park “Morgan” Gi-taeTop laner
Eom “UmTi” Seong-hyeonJungler
Kim “Lava” Tae-hoon Mid laner
Park “Hena” Jeung-hwanBot laner
Yoo “Delight” Hwan-joongSupport


Gen G roster, LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: Gen.G on Twitter

Those who thought Gen.G could not possibly top Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong’s signing would have been surprised at Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon joining the team for the LCK Spring Split 2022

Former Griffin players Choi “Doran” Hyeon-joon and Son “Lehends” Si-woo, along with LGD jungler Han “Peanut” Wang-ho, round out the super roster that retained bot laner Park “Ruler” Jae-hyuk.

Choi “Doran” Hyeon-joonTop laner
Han “Peanut” Wang-hoJungler
Ko “YoungJae” Yeong-jaeJungler
Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoonMid laner
Park “Ruler” Jae-hyukBot laner
Son “Lehends” Si-wooSupport

Hanwha Life Esports

Hanwha Life Esports roster, LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: Hanwha Life Esports

Coming up with replacements for Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon and Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu was always going to be a tall order.

Hanwha Life Esports has signed Kim “Karis” Hong-jo and Lee “SamD” Jae-hoon as replacements. Kim “OnFleek” Jang-gyeom also joins as a substitute jungler to complement Kim “Willer” Jeong-hyeon.

Lee “DuDu” Dong-juTop laner
Kim “Willer” Jeong-hyeonJungler
Kim “OnFleek” Jang-gyeomJungler
Kim “Karis” Hong-joMid laner
Lee “SamD” Jae-hoonBot laner
Oh “Vsta” Hyo-seongSupport

KT Rolster

KT Aria, LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: KT Rolster

After impressing at international events in 2021, mid laner Lee “Aria” Ga-eul returned to Korea to join a revamped KT Rolster for the LCK Spring Split 2022.

Other notable acquisitions include ex-T1 jungler Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chan as well as top laner Kim “Rascal” Kwang-hee, and support Kim “Life” Jeong-min, who arrived from Gen.G.

Kim “Rascal” Kwang-heeTop laner
Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chanJungler
Kim “GIDEON” Min-seongJungler
Lee “Aria” Ga-eulMid laner
Kim “Aiming” Ha-ramBot laner
Oh “Noah” Hyeon-taekBot laner
Kim “Life” Jeong-minSupport

Kwangdong Freecs

Kwangdong Freecs roster, LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: Kwangdong Freecs

Former T1 bot laner Park “Teddy” Jin-seong is the biggest signing for Kwangdong Freecs, who are now sponsored by Kwangdong Pharmaceutical.

Choi “Ellim” El-lim, who spent several years in T1, also joins as their jungler for the LCK Spring Split 2022.

Kim “Kiin” Gi-inTop laner
Choi “Ellim” El-limJungler
Yoo “FATE” Su-hyeokMid laner
Park “Teddy” Jin-seongBot laner
Han “Leo” Gyeo-reBot laner
Ryu “Hoit” Ho-seongSupport
Kim “MapSSi” Do-yeongSupport


Liiv SANDBOX roster, LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: Liiv SANDBOX

After Park “Summit” Woo-tae joined Cloud9, Liiv SANDBOX brought the roleswapping former mid laner Kim “Dove” Jae-yeon to the top lane.

The others besides Kim “Croco” Dong-beom and Jeon “Howling” Ho-bin are new signings from the LCK Challengers League.

Kim “Dove” Jae-yeonTop laner
Jeon “Howling” Ho-binTop laner
Kim “Croco” Dong-beomJungler
Lee “Clozer” Ju-hyeonMid laner
Yoon “Ice” Sang-hoonBot laner
Lee “Envy” Myeong-joonBot laner
Kim “Kael” Jin-hongSupport

Nongshim RedForce

Nongshim RedForce roster, LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: Nongshim RedForce

Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong is seeking pastures new with Nongshim RedForce after two years with Gen.G. He’s joined by top laner Kim “Canna” Chang-dong from T1, as well as DWG KIA’s Jang “Ghost” Yong-jun

Rounding up the completely new roster is jungler Lee “Dread” Jin-hyeok.

Kim “Canna” Chang-dongTop laner
Lee “Dread” Jin-hyeokJungler
Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seongMid laner
Jang “Ghost” Yong-junBot laner
Lee “Effort” Sang-hoSupport
Jeong “Peter” Yoon-suSupport


T1 roster, LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: T1

With Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong and Choi “Zeus” Woo-je finally promoted to the starting roster, fans are eagerly anticipating a possible new dynasty for T1 in the LCK Spring Split 2022.

Of course, Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok remains, and is now the undisputed starter in 2022. The youthful roster will certainly look towards him for guidance and support.

Choi “Zeus” Woo-jeTop laner
Moon “Oner” Hyeon-joonJungler
Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeokMid laner
Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeongBot laner
Ryu “Keria” Min-seokSupport
Kim “Asper” Tae-giSupport

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