Queens Park Rangers have this morning confirmed the signing of defender Yu Suk-Young on a permanent deal.
The defender has penned a three and a half year contract at Loftus Road, and joins Loic Remy and Tal Be Haim at the club this January.
Suk-Young joins for an undisclosed fee from K League side Chunnam Dragons, and will be able to make his debut once he obtains his visa.
The twenty-two year old who plays left back, will fight for a starting berth at the Premier League's bottom side with Armand Traore and Clint Hill.
The South Korean International will join up with fellow native Park Ji-Sung in London, and doesn't look like being the last to arrive this window, with moves for Christopher Samba, Peter Crouch and Rolando still on the cards for Harry Redknapp.
The defender has already played in England, after taking part in the Olympics for his country last year, earning a Bronze medal.