Ssol thanked the ROX Tigers for Kongdoo Monster reaching the LCK

Ssol thanks ROX Tigers for being good practice partners, helping Kongdoo Monster re-qualify for LCK

Kongdoo Monster AD Carry Seo “Ssol” Jin-sol thanked the ROX Tigers for indirectly helping his team reclaim a spot in League Champions Korea.

September 14, 2017

Kongdoo’s Ssol: “Zefa really focused on me, and he’s been working with me on drafting and the laning phase.”

The return of Lee “Zefa” Jae-min continues to pay dividends for Kongdoo Monster’s performance.

March 30, 2017

Kongdoo head coach MC on beating KT: “The players played very well, but I want to dedicate this victory to (Zefa).”

Kongdoo Monster’s head coach couldn’t have offered a larger appreciation than he did during Sunday’s post-game interview.

March 28, 2017

Kongdoo Monster coach, who battled cancer, returns to team after second health-related absence

Lee “Zefa” Jae-min has returned to Kongdoo Monster after his most recent health issues.

March 21, 2017

Kongdoo head coach: “I think I’ll be able to sleep peacefully tonight.”

Kongdoo Monster finally ended its long losing streak Wednesday, taking a 2-1 win against the Jin Air Green Wings. In an interview with OSEN’s Ko Yong-jun, coach Jang “MC” Min-chul shared his relief with his team’s first win of the season.

February 15, 2017
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Kongdoo Monster keeps its roster for 2017

Among the crazy offseason roster shuffles, Kongdoo Monster will keep its roster intact. Kongdoo announced its roster through Twitter, saying that all their players have chosen to stay with the team, as well as their new head coach Jang “MC” Min-chul. The lineup is Kim “Roach” Kang-Hee in the top lane, Son “Punch” Min-hyuk in […]

December 5, 2016
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Kongdoo Monsters’ GuGer: “I was jealous of CoreJJ.”

Kongdoo Monster support player Kim “GuGer” Do-Yeop said Tuesday he is jealous of Samsung Galaxy’s support Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-In.

November 9, 2016

Kongdoo Monster coach quits to coach Overwatch team

Kongdoo Monsters coach Kim Mok-Gyum has quit his coaching position to go manage an Overwatch team, writes Fomos’ Choi Min-Sook. e-mFire, the company managing the Kongdoo Monsters in League Challengers Korea, announced Friday that coach Kim has stepped away from his position due to “personal reasons.” Coach Kim has been a coach for various Korean […]

October 28, 2016

Two players leave Kongdoo Monster for “personal reasons”

Seok “Hipo” Hyun-Joon and Kim “Crush” Joon-Seo have left the Kongdoo Monsters “due to personal reasons.”

October 20, 2016
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Kongdoo Monster coach fighting cancer as team re-qualified for LCK

Behind Kongdoo Monsters’ revival to re-qualify for League Champions Korea after being relegated in the spring was the struggle of one of its coaches to beat cancer, writes Fomos’ Park Sang Jin.

September 16, 2016