Seol Ki-Hyeon is a South Korean international football player who currently features for the English Premier League club Fulham. He can play either as a winger or as a striker.
Seol Ki-Hyeon started his professional club career in Belgium for Royal Antwerp in 2000 and was successful in the 2000-2001 season, scoring 10 goals in 25 league matches. He was signed by Belgian powerhouse Anderlecht in 2000 and played for four years there, scoring 34 goals in 72 league matches. He also played in the UEFA Champions League for Anderlecht and scored a hat-trick for them in the Belgian Cup.
Seol Ki-Hyeon then moved to England in 2004. He was signed by Wolverhampton Wanderers and was impressive in his two seasons for Wolves, scoring 13 goals in 69 league matches.
He was then signed by Reading in 2006 and was hugely impressive for the Royals in the Premiership in the 2006-2007 season. He was signed by Fulham in the summer of 2007 but he has been unable to secure a first xi berth.
Seol Ki-Hyeon made his international debut for South Korea and has played 77 matches for his nation so far, scoring 18 goals so far. He featured prominently for his nation at the 2002 World Cup finals.