Bengi on the performance of Blank: “As a player who played in the same team and position, I’m proud to see him do so well.”
Bae “Bengi” Seong-ung, the former starting jungler for SK Telecom T1, said he is proud of the growth of his former teammate Kang “Blank” Sun-gu.
SKT Blank: “The jungler’s success really piggybacks off of the performance of the laners, so I think that’s why I’ve been able to be the MVP many times.”
The now 12-0 jungler for SK Telecom T1, Kang “Blank” Sun-gu, credits his teammates more than himself for his success.
SK Telecom T1 substitute jungler Kang “Blank” Sun-gu offered an apology to his upcoming opponent for unsportsmanlike conduct that happened a year ago.
SKT Blank on heavy criticism in 2016: “At some point it was too much for me to handle. It wasn’t an easy process, but playing well was the answer.”
Few League of Legends players came under as intense scrutiny last year as Kang “Blank” Sun-gu. As a member of SK Telecom T1, Blank was constantly under heavy criticism as the weakest member on the team during his rookie season.
KT Rolster’s support Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong said that he was most cautious about SK Telecom T1’s jungler Kang “Blank” Sun-gu in an interview with Fomos’ Park Sang-jin.
In an interview with Daily eSports’ Nam Yun-sung, Blank talked about how much more comfortable he is this season.
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim caught up with SK Telecom T1’s Kang “Blank” Sun-Gu (in Korean and translated to English) after SKT earned a spot in the finals of the League of Legends World Championship.
Blank: “The night before games and tournaments, I tend to get this gut feeling as I sleep, and I had a good one (about the quarterfinals).”
SK Telecom T1 took down Royal Never Give Up in a commanding 3-1 in the quarterfinals to reach the League of Legends World Championship semifinals