Newcastle United have signed South Korea captain Ki Sung-yueng from Swansea City on a two-year deal.
The midfielder, 29, will join the Magpies on July 1 after his contract expires, subject to visa clearance.
Ki played two games at the World Cup, but was injured in the 2-0 win over Germany which knocked the defending champions out.
"I'm pleased to welcome Ki to the club," said Newcastle boss Rafael Benítez.
"He is the captain of his country, a good character and he will be a good addition to the squad."
South Korea, who lost their opening two games at the World Cup, finished third in Group F and failed to qualify for the last 16.
Ki is the second summer arrival at St James' Park following the permanent signing of on-loan goalkeeper Martin Dubravka.