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Bengi: “I don’t think I’ll go drinking with (Wolf) again.”

SK Telecom T1’s former jungler and three time world champion said he doesn’t plan on drinking with Wolf any time soon.

Before the Korean representatives for the League of Legends Allstars event flew out to Barcelona, during a brief video interview with Daily eSports, Bae “Bengi” Seong-ung said that based on the very emotional outburst from Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan, he won’t be drinking with his old support again.

“I guess Wolf was very sad because I was leaving,” he said. “I didn’t know he’d go that far. I don’t think I’ll go drinking with him again.”

On the question of whether he himself shed any tears during his good bye party, Bengi laughed and said that wasn’t the case, unlike another that really took it hard.

“I didn’t cry at all,” he said. “Someone else on the team cried, and it was tough because he started crying after drinking. I was amazed by him, almost to the point where it would be better if I couldn’t recall.”

Bengi continued to break hearts with cold truths as he also addressed the photo that was floating on Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong’s Facebook of the two of them, and said that the two of them aren’t remarkably close.

“He told me that he wanted to take a picture, and that’s when I noticed he just wanted to upload it on Facebook,” he said. “We’re not close at all, we just kind of say hello.”

On the topic of a new team for him to go to, Bengi didn’t share a lot of information.

“I’ve gotten a number (of offers),” he said. “I haven’t decided where to go though.”


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