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For the first time, it seems that the LCK teams are willing to shell out the big bucks to not only keep their stars from leaving, but also bring them back home. From the rumors circulating around, it seems like the LCK is shaping up to be stronger than ever. The majority of teams fielding a roster that can compete for a Worlds spot, at the very least. 

This article will be updated daily with every confirmed LCK Offseason Roster Change for 2022. Check out our LCS and LEC articles as well!

Updated Daily. Last updated Dec. 16, 8:08 PM EST.  

Dec. 14

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Liiv SANDBOX sign Heo “PawN” Won-seok as a coach. PawN last played professionally in 2019 as the mid laner for Kingzone DragonX. 

Dec. 12

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Damwon KIA promotes Yang “Daeny” Dae-in to head coach of the LCK team and Kim “kk0ma” Jeong-gyun to athletic director. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Damwon KIA sign former Fredit BRION top Yoon “Hoya” Yong-ho as their second top laner for the LCK roster. 

Dec. 6

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Hanwha Life Esports sign rookie GEN Challenger mid laner Kim “Karis” Hong-jo with Kim “OnFleek” Jang-gyeom and Lee “SamD” Jae-hoon, their new jungler and bot laner, respectively. Hanwha will be fielding a 6-man roster, with Kim “Willer” Jeong-hyeon and OnFleek competing for the starting jungle spot. 

Dec. 4

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

DRX sign Kim “Zeka” Geon-woo as their mid laner and Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu and Cho “BeryL” Geon-hee as their bot lane duo. This marks Deft’s return to the team, with which he reached top 8 at Worlds 2020. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

DRX sign Sin “Shine” Dong-wook and Lee “Mowgli” Jae-ha as coaches and Kim “Kim” Jeong-soo as head coach. 

Dec. 3

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Legendary Korean top laner, Kim “Khan” Dong-ha, retires and signs with DAMWON KIA as a streamer. 

Dec. 2

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

T1 sign Bae “Bengi” Seong-woong as a coach for their LCK team and change Choi “Polt” Seong-hun role from general manager to general manager/head coach. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

T1 promote Choi “Zeus” Woo-je to starting top laner and Kim “Asper” Tae-gi as a substitute support for their LCK roster. 

Dec. 1

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

KT Rolster sign LJL superstar Lee “Aria” Ga-eul. This will be Aria’s first time playing in Korean league. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

DAMWON KIA sign the Nongshim bot lane duo Seo “deokdam” Dae-gil and Kim “Kellin” Hyeong-gyu and Generation Gaming top laner Noh “Burdol” Tae-yoon. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

DAMWON KIA re-sign mid-jungle duo Heo “ShowMaker” Su and Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu. 

Nov. 30

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Fredit BRION sign Park “Morgan” Gi-tae as their second top laner along with Choi “Sw0rd” Sung-won.

Nov. 25

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Nongshim RedForce sign Kim “Canna” Chang-dong and Jang “Ghost” Yong-jun as their top and bot laner, respectively. Both moves were surrounded with much drama and controversy. 

Nov. 24

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon joins Generation Gaming, marking the player’s fourth team in four years. He is reuniting with former Griffin teammates, Doran and Lehends. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Generation Gaming sign Go “Score” Dong-bin as their head coach and Won “Mafa” Sang-yeon and Kim “Museong” Moo-seong as coaches. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Nongshin RedForce sign Lee “Dread” Jin-hyeok and Lee “Effort” Sang-ho as their jungler and support. 

Nov. 23

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Generation Gaming sign Son “Lehends” Si-woo as their starting support, reuniting him with former Griffin teammate Doran. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Generation Gaming sign former KT top laner, Choi “Doran” Hyeon-joon, who had an excellent year despite being on a struggling KT roster. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

KT Rolster sign former GEN teammates, Kim “Rascal” Kwang-hee and Kim “Life” Jeong-min, as their new top laner and support, respectively. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Nongshim RedForce pick up Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong as their mid laner in exchange for trading Peanut to Generation Gaming. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Generation Gaming pick up Han “Peanut” Wang-ho as their new jungler in a trade with Nongshim RedForce. This is the second time Peanut is joining GEN after his 2019 stint with them. 

Nov. 22

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

DWG KIA reunite with their coach Lee “Zefa” Jae-min, hoping to capture a second World Championship together. 

Nov. 20

Afreeca sign a lot

Afreeca Freecs sign Choi “Ellim” El-lim, Yoo “FATE” Su-hyeok, Park “Teddy” Jin-seong, and Ryu “Hoit” Ho-seong to their roster. Every player except FATE are coming together from T1. 

Nov. 19

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

KT Rolster sign 3 time LCK winner Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chan as their jungler and Kim “Aiming” Ha-ram as their bot laner. 

Nov. 18

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Former KT Rolster mid laner Kim “Dove” Jae-yeon joins Liiv SANDBOX as their new top laner. 

Nov. 16

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Fredit BRION sign former Griffin player Choi “Sword” Sung-won as their starting top laner. 

Lck Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Liiv SANDBOX sign former T1 sub Lee “Clozer” Ju-hyeon as their starting mid laner. 

For more off-season information, check out our articles on confirmed rosters for 2022 and our comprehensive lists of the roster moves for each region: