PraY on his gut feeling about Game 4: “I had a strong feeling that Khan was going to carry us.”
Longzhu Gaming’s AD Carry Kim “PraY” Jong-in said that he had a feeling that the team’s rookie top laner Kim “Khan” Dong-ha was going to carry the team to a championship in Game 4 of the LCK summer split finals.
Stepping out from behind the shadow of the Tigers, a new Longzhu rises to the top of LCK
Han “Peanut” Wang-ho runs into his former teammate, Kang “GorillA” Beom-hyeon, accidentally.
Highlights of Longzhu Gaming’s LCK final press conference
Longzhu Gaming stunned SK Telecom T1 in the finals of the League Champions Korea summer playoffs.
GorillA to Wolf, playfully: “I’m tired of seeing him. I want to see less of him but he keeps making his way up the tournament.”
Longzhu Gaming support Kang “GorillA” Beom-hyun jokingly said that he was quite tired of seeing SK Telecom T1’s Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan in the League Champions Korea finals.
Longzhu coach Hirai on playing SKT in LCK finals: “We have been in multiple promotional tournaments, which is an even higher stress situation.”
Longzhu coach Kang “Hirai” Dong-hoon said even though SK Telecom T1 has more experience heading into this weekend’s League Champions Korea summer final, his team has seen its share of high pressure games.
Bdd’s breakout split came after a peculiar path
Like so many things in professional League of Legends, the story of mid laner Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong begins with Faker.
GorillA on former ROX teammates in the LCK playoffs: “We’ll have fun watching them fight among themselves on their way to us.”
All five members of last year’s ROX Tigers have made the League Champions Korea playoffs on different teams.
LZ GorillA: “We still have matches against KT and Samsung, so we need to stall the early celebration and focus on doing well in the coming matches.”
With the unexpected rise of Longzhu Gaming in the League Champions Korea summer split, mid laner Kwak “BDD” Bo-seong said that the whole team is secretly excited to win the tournament.
GorillA on playing Janna: “I don’t think she’s a good champion.”
Longzhu Gaming’s support Kang “GorillA” Beom-hyun said that one of the most banned supports in ranked play isn’t all that great on the professional stage.
Bdd on how his LCK goals changed: “PraY said ‘You were aiming for the playoffs? You should look at taking the tournament!’ So I am now also doing so.”
Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong, the mid laner for Longzhu Gaming, said he recently changed his goals and aspirations for the summer split after a conversation with Kim “PraY” Jong-in.