As per the rules of the Joseon Circuit, after every two Gym Leaders defeated, Trainers will battle a member of the Elite Four to check the strength of their Pokémon. When the time finally comes to battle the Pokémon League, Trainers are able to battle the Elite 4 in any order that they would like, so long as they collect all four of the keys from each of the Elite Four's chambers.Dillon - BUG Master
(JP: キョーリ Kyōri
A gentle young man who loves music and bug Pokémon. He is always down to jam, and he likes to write songs and experiment with different chords. He does get flustered when trying to come up with lyrics on the spot, and he often comes up with silly lyrics that make no sense. (He always vlogs these.) Dillon had considered joining a pop boy band when he was younger, but he didn't think a life of stardom was for him and his trusty guitar. He does admire the work of other musicians, like Jinsung.
His Key Stone is attached to his Mega Necklace.
His name comes from "dill", a type of herb, and pill bug.
- VespiquenGeorgia - GHOST Master
(JP: アムソニア Amusonia
Georgia is a scholar of cultural relations, with an emphasis on the cultural history of the Joseon region. She studies closely alongside Joseon's other academics - Seul-ki, Prof. Poplar, and Nate are all academic colleagues. Georgia finds interest in the way that Joseon's Ghost Pokémon reflect the significance of the region's history, and thus has an affinity for them. Prof. Poplar is actually currently helping her write a thesis on the history of Pokémon/human interactions in the region.
Her Key Stone is attached to her Mega Tablet's home button.
Her name comes from "ghost" and from the "Georgia pancake," a type of flower.
- MismagiusMiran - STEEL Master
(JP: ナツメグ Nutmeg
Goalie for the Joseon region's national women's soccer team, Miran is known for her steel-hard defenses and reflexes. People call her skills legendary, but she gets stressed out when she hears this. After all, she believes that there's always room to improve. She tirelessly trains in all aspects of soccer with her Pokémon, practicing passes and guarding the goal, as well as striking, since she thinks an intimate knowledge of all aspects of the game is essential to both offense and defense. Sometimes even her Pokémon have trouble keeping up with her drills!
Her Key Stone is in her pocket. Technically that would make her shorts her Mega Pants.
Her name comes from "iron," and from the family Myristicaceae
- SkeletronYeong-ok - GRASS Master
(JP: ヨーギョク Yōgyoku
Yeong-ok is a painter, and they like to go out into nature to paint landscapes. People aren't sure if their paintings were inspired by Grass-type Pokémon, or if their paintings inspired them to train those Pokémon. Yeong-ok insists that they had a long affinity for the natural world since they were young. Gym Leader Amber cites Yeong-ok as one of her idols and inspirations, and the two of them had met outside of League-related business at art conventions. Though they got along very well, their Pokémon took a while to warm up to each other! Their pronouns are (they/them/theirs
Their Key Stone is embedded in their Mega Portfolio.
Their name comes from "oak."
- LilligantChampion ??????
The champion of the Joseon region. She's pretty cool.