South Korea international Dong-Jun Lee has joined German side Hertha Berlin from K League side Ulsan Hyundai.
The attacker has joined the Bundesliga side after a fee of just under €1m was agreed between the two clubs.
Lee is a right-footed attacker who can play on either flank, or through the middle as a center forward.
The 25-year-old started his career as a youth-team player at Busan IPark before moving to Soongsil University Seoul in 2015.
He moved back to Busan IPark in 2017 and made a total of 94 first-team appearances, scoring 24 goals in all competitions.
He was their Player of the Season in the 2018/19 season as the team finished second in K League 2 and earned promotion to K League 1 via the playoffs.
Following his good form, he joined Ulsan Hyundai in February 2021 and made 37 appearances in total, scoring 12 goals in all competitions.
Shortly after his move to Ulsan, Lee was handed his international debut by South Korea in a friendly against Japan in March 2021.
To date, he has won four international caps and has also represented his country at the Olympic Games in Japan in the summer of 2021.
After just under a year at Ulsan, Lee has now taken the big step to move abroad and to play in one of the biggest European leagues.
He has signed a contract with Hertha until 2025.
On signing Lee, Hertha’s sporting director Fredi Bobic said: “Dong-Jun is a very interesting kind of player who we are looking forward to having here. He’s very quick, agile, a strong dribbler who knows where the goal is and despite his size, can impose himself and is a good header of the ball. I’m pleased that we can welcome him to Hertha BSC and I’m looking forward to seeing him in action.”