Following a busy 2021-2022 offseason filled with transfers and promotions, the majority of organizations competing in League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) are sticking to their Spring rosters for the upcoming Summer Split, which starts on June 15.

Teams are looking to go the distance for the final Split of the year to qualify for Worlds 2022. T1, Gen.G, DWG KIA, and ⁠Hanwha Life Esports previously qualified for Worlds 2021, and are favorites to represent the region again.

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

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


DRX roster for LCK Summer Split 2022
Credit: DRX

Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu and Cho “BeryL” Geon-hee turned DRX into a powerhouse, ending the regular Spring season in 4th place with a strong 11-7 record, a massive improvement from the team’s 10th place finish in LCK Summer Split 2021.

While DRX had an early exit in the Spring playoffs, it looks like they’ll be sticking to the same squad for Summer 2022.

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 for LCK Summer Split 2022
Credit: DWG KIA

DWG KIA is looking to dominate once again in the LCK Summer Split 2022 with the highly-awaited return of top laner Jang “Nuguri” Ha-gwon, who was part of the team’s 2020 World Championship lineup.

The top laner last played for LPL’s FunPlus Phoenix in 2021, and took some time off this Spring. Nuguri reunites with Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu and Heo “ShowMaker” Su to bring back the chemistry that put DWG on the map.

Noh “Burdol” Tae-yoonTop laner
Jang “Nuguri” Ha-gwonTop laner
Kim “Canyon” Geon-buJungler
Heo “ShowMaker” SuMid laner
Seo “deokdam” Dae-gilBot laner
Kim “Kellin” Hyeong-gyuSupport

Fredit BRION

UmTi of Fredit BRION
Credit: Fredit BRION

Fredit BRION held their ground in the 2022 Spring Split with a solid 8-10 record, securing their first-ever LCK playoffs appearance.

The team is gradually building its reputation with Kim “Lava” Tae-hoon leading BRO’s offensive efforts.

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


Gen.G 2022 roster posing for photo
Credit: Gen.G

Gen.G had a jaw-dropping 2021-2022 offseason, bringing in key players like Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon and Son “Lehends” Si-woo to complement 2017 World Championship winner Park “Ruler” Jae-hyuk.

The risky move turned out to be a big success, as Gen.G went on to finish the Spring Split in 2nd place with a 15-3 record. In the playoffs, Ruler and the crew bested DWG KIA, but eventually fell to the perfect-record T1 squad in the finals.

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 Esport Karis during LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: LCK Flickr

After top players Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon and Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu moved to Gen.G and DRX respectively, Hanwha Life Esports continues to develop their starting lineup with young prospects.

A squad made up mostly of Challenger and Academy players, HLE struggled to keep up and finished 10th in the LCK Spring Split 2022 with a 3-15 record.

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

VicLa announcement of KT Rolster in LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: KT Rolster

KT Rolster is still finding its footing in the LCK.

The team decided to call up Lee “VicLa” Dae-kwang from the Challengers team to sub for starting mid laner Lee “Aria” Ga-eul. With VicLa showing potential during the season grind, he could be the final piece that inches them closer to a Summer playoffs appearance.

Kim “Rascal” Kwang-heeTop laner
Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chanJungler
Kim “GIDEON” Min-seongJungler
Lee “VicLa” Dae-kwangMid laner
Lee “Aria” Ga-eulMid laner
Kim “Aiming” Ha-ramBot laner
Kim “Life” Jeong-minSupport

Kwangdong Freecs

Kwangdong Freecs Teddy during LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: LCK Flickr

Kwangdong Freecs is looking stronger than ever with Yoo “FATE” Su-hyeok and Park “Teddy” Jin-seong taking control of the team’s mid and bot lanes respectively.

The team put their game face on in the LCK Spring 2022 playoffs, taking down DRX 3-2 in the quarterfinals, but lost to T1 in the next match.

Heading into LCK Summer Split 2022, Kwangdong Freecs brings in some new blood with support player Jeong “Moham” Jae-hun from sister team KDF Challengers.

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
Jeong “Moham” Jae-hunSupport


Liiv SANDBOX Clozer during LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: LCK Flickr

Liiv SANDBOX welcomes the return of bot laner Lee “Prince” Chae-hwan, who previously played for the organization in the 2021 season, who will be playing alongside 18-year-old support Kim “Kael” Jin-hong.

Kim “Dove” Jae-yeonTop laner
Kim “Croco” Dong-beomJungler
Lee “Clozer” Ju-hyeonMid laner
Lee “Prince” Chae-hwanBot Laner
Lee “Envy” Myeong-joonBot laner
Kim “Kael” Jin-hongSupport

Nongshim RedForce

Nongshim RedForce Bdd during LCK Spring Split 2022
Credit: LCK Flickr

Despite fielding a completely new squad with top-performing players like Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong and Jang “Ghost” Yong-jun, Nongshim RedForce was not able to find the right team dynamic in the LCK Spring Split 2022.

The team remains unchanged in hopes of having a better performance in the LCK Summer Split 2022.

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 at MSI 2022
Credit: Riot Games/Getty Images

“If it ain’t broke, then don’t fix it.”

T1 dominated the LCK Spring Split 2022 with a perfect 18-0 record, and went on to win the LCK Spring playoffs with only one game loss.

While T1 wasn’t able to bring home the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI 2022) trophy, the team will be looking forward to Summer and Worlds 2022 qualification.

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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