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Seol Ki-hyeon was born on 8 January, 1979 in Jeongseon-gun, South Korea. Discover Seol Ki-hyeon's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 41 years old?

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Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 8 January 1979
Birthday 8 January
Birthplace Jeongseon-gun, South Korea
Nationality South Korea

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Seol Ki-hyeon Height, Weight & Measurements

At 42 years old, Seol Ki-hyeon height is 1.87 m .

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Height 1.87 m
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Who Is Seol Ki-hyeon's Wife?

His wife is Yoon Mi (m. 2002)

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Wife Yoon Mi (m. 2002)
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Seol Ki-hyeon Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Seol Ki-hyeon worth at the age of 42 years old? Seol Ki-hyeon’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from South Korea. We have estimated Seol Ki-hyeon's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2020 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
Salary in 2019 Under Review
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On December 26, 2019, Seol Ki-Hyun was appointed as manager of Gyeongnam FC.


Seol announced retirement on 2 March 2015 in order to become interim manager of Sungkyunkwan University. A retirement ceremony took place in Korea Republic–Jamaica match on 13 October 2015.


On 24 January 2012, Seol joined Incheon United after refusing a contract extension with Ulsan.


On 16 February 2011, he agreed a one-year contract with K-League side Ulsan Hyundai FC to be a regular in the starting lineup. He fired Ulsan to victory in the 2011 K-League Cup by scoring in the final against Busan I'Park.


On 17 January 2010, he completed a move to Pohang Steelers. His first tournament for Pohang Steelers was the 2010 Lunar New Year Cup in Hong Kong. He got 7 goals in K-League and He was top goalscorer of regular league in Pohang.


Seol left Reading for Fulham on 31 August 2007 for an undisclosed fee on a three-year contract, with Liam Rosenior going the other way. Reading boss Steve Coppell admitted that strained relations between him and Seol led to the move. At the time of his Fulham career, Seol wrote on his blog on the club's official website, where he has "been living in Sutton in Surrey for a few months now with his family. There's actually a big Korean community nearby". He did not score his first goal for Fulham until 16 August 2008 against Hull City, despite Fulham eventually losing 2–1. Seol signed an initial 6-month loan move to Al-Hilal in Saudi Arabia with a view to a permanent move on 14 January 2009 Seol stated he desired to stay at Fulham to win his place in the squad, and he went on to score his second goal for the club against FK Vetra in the Europa League. In January 2010, to increase first-team football playing time and to improve his chance to be included in the Korean last-23 in 2010 FIFA World Cup, Seol engaged in loan talks with the Hong Kong First Division Club South China but no deal was agreed. It was announced on 15 January that Seol Ki-Hyeon's contract with Fulham had been cancelled by mutual consent.


Disappointed with the failure of Wolves to win promotion from The Championship, Seol sought a move to the Premier League following the 2006 FIFA World Cup, despite having two years of his contract left. He was reported as saying "At this stage, I'm frustrated not to be in the Premiership. I think there will be some good news after the World Cup."

Seol eventually joined newly promoted Premier League club Reading on 12 July 2006 for a fee of £1 million (rising to £1.5 million based on certain criteria). He scored his first Premiership goal as Reading won 2–1 at Sheffield United on 16 September 2006. He scored his second goal for Reading against West Ham United, proving to be only goal of the match. His third goal for Reading, his first at home, came on 18 November 2006 in the 2–0 win against Charlton Athletic. He scored his fourth goal against Blackburn, the last game of the season.

Seol was voted by Reading fans as the official Player of the Month for August 2006. He was also nominated for the 2002 Ballon d'Or


In 2004, Seol moved to England, joining Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers. He made over 30 appearances by the end of the 2004–05 season, scoring a few goals too. The Wolverhampton coach at the time, Glenn Hoddle, preferred Seol as one of his first-choice strikers, using him in a wide, supporting role to the main strikers.


Seol played in his first World Cup in front of his home crowd, South Korea being co-hosts with Japan for the 2002 finals. He was a key member of the squad during the tournament, memorably scoring the equalizer against Italy in the knock-out stage.

Seol was sponsored by sportswear company Nike and appeared in Nike commercials. In a global Nike advertising campaign in the run-up to the 2002 World Cup in Korea and Japan, he starred in a "Secret Tournament" commercial (branded "Scopion KO") directed by Terry Gilliam, appearing alongside football players such as Thierry Henry, Ronaldo, Edgar Davids, Fabio Cannavaro, Francesco Totti, Ronaldinho, Luís Figo, and Hidetoshi Nakata, with former player Eric Cantona the tournament "referee".


After one successful season with Royal Antwerp (2000–01), he moved to Anderlecht. He played in the UEFA Champions League, and in the Belgian Super Cup, he scored a hat-trick in the space of 12 minutes.


Seol Ki-Hyeon (born 8 January 1979), also known as Seol Ki-Hyun, is a South Korean former professional footballer who played as a forward, and who currently is the interim manager of Sungkyunkwan University. He is also the first South Korean footballer to score in the history of the UEFA Champions League, during his time at R.S.C. Anderlecht.